What COVID-19 has taught us about long-term care
Building an equal future for women in Atlantic Canada
SaltWire Selects: Stories you don't want to miss
SPECIAL REPORT: Facets of family violence
Have you tried the SaltWire News app?
UPDATED: COVID-19 news and numbers
Continuing coverage: Mass shooting in Nova Scotia
What's working for businesses in 2021?
Rapid testing could help fight the third wave, but slow-moving bureaucracy has delayed rollout
Mooney's Bay stabbing results in arrests
BBC flooded by viewer complaints after cancelling Friday programming to cover Prince Philip's death
Ottawa police launch homicide task force to review cold cases
Summerside man faces child pornography-related charges
Summerside woman charged for driving while over three times the legal limit
Analysis: Canadian navy inquiry into bondage comments by senior officers shows military can’t be trusted to investigate itself: critics
Bienvenue: meet the newcomers learning French in P.E.I.
Richard Xu and Sarah Huang were eager to learn after coming to Canada. English lessons weren’t needed because they were already fluent. But they didn’t know any French. Living in the bustling city of Beijing, China, with its population ...
VIDEO: Charlottetown elementary school students deal with real-life financial challenges
Ten-year-old Rylie Allen says making financial decisions sure is hard work. “I don’t know how adults do it,’’ the Grade 5 student at West Royalty Elementary School told The Guardian as his class recently participated in a ...
IRAC hears appeal for 30-megawatt wind farm rejected by rural P.E.I. council
The P.E.I. Energy Corporation (PEIEC) says a municipality went against its own bylaws when denying a 30-megawatt wind farm expansion. "This was a very technical application that was placed before this small, rural municipality, and they ...
New language app makes Mi'kmaw language more accessible for children and parents
SYDNEY — A recently released smartphone app is the newest resource for learning the Mi'kmaw language. Ksite'taqn, which means "precious child" in Mi'kmaw, was developed by Mi'kmaw Kina'matnewey, the organization ...
Service changes underway at CBRM hospitals
SYDNEY — Nova Scotia Health has some changes planned for Cape Breton hospitals that may not be make everyone happy but it should improve overall health care for Cape Bretoners, according to a memo to staff obtained by the Cape Breton Post In ...
VIDEO: Cape Breton's 'CEO of Positivity' prepares for surgery
INVERNESS, N.S. — A Cape Breton man who has gained millions of fans as the "CEO of Positivity" on social media will be heading to Toronto for life-enhancing surgery. Nick Dismatsek, 20, of Inverness suffers from neurofibromatosis ...
April 11: Nova Scotia reports five new cases of COVID-19
Nova Scotia reported five new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 40. Four of those cases are in the central zone. Two of them are related to travel outside Atlantic Canada and the other two are ...
Cape Breton astronomers celebrate International Dark Sky Week at observatories
HUNTINGTON, N.S. — Cloudy days are astronomer Stan Williams’s least favourite. The owner and manager of the Two Rivers Observatory in Huntington, on the Mira River, thrives when the sky is clear for his telescope. “An average ...
‘There’s a lot of buried history’: Feds invest $1 million into Dalhouse University's Black history education project
For years, Black Canadian researchers and activists have been calling for more Black history education to be researched and taught across the country. And on Thursday, their calls were heeded. The federal government announced a ...
St. Lawrence muskie population threatened by invasive gobies
The apex predator of the St. Lawrence River, the mighty muskellunge, has been brought low by a small, bottom-dwelling invasive fish, the round goby. The homely goby is the prime suspect in a population crash among the native population of ...