Ian Williams wins Canada's top literary award for fiction
Boeing pitches guarantee of billions of dollars of work for Canadian firms if its Super Hornet is picked by Canada
Despite highs and lows, the shows go on at Sydney's Highland Arts Theatre
Transit Cape Breton introduces new bus hubs, better connections and increased frequencies
Windsor's Long Pond, where hockey began, is up for sale
Psychologist says Nova Scotian former hockey captain was in a drug-induced delirium during Calgary attack
Family, friends of Triston Reece pack courtroom for first appearance of man accused of murder
A Halifax man accused in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man in July was in court Monday morning. Kaz Henry Cox, 40, was charged last week with first-degree murder in Triston Michael Edward Reece's July 26 death. Reese died in ...
Canada's De Havilland inks order for 20 turboprops; bets on Middle East, Africa
By Allison Lampert (Reuters) - De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd said on Monday it landed an order for 20 Dash 8-400 turboprops from lessor Palma Holding, as the planemaker bets on airline and energy sector demand in the Middle East and Africa to ...
Northern Pulp, affiliate company owe Nova Scotia government more than $85 million
Northern Pulp and an associated company owe the province more than $85 million. While the company and the Nova Scotia government have acknowledged the existence of outstanding debts to the taxpayer, neither have been willing to disclose the ...
We’koqma’q woman says cousin's death inspired her to lead provincial organization
Annie Bernard-Daisley is the first woman from We’koqma’q to lead the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association and says she is driven to provide better access to services for women in communities across Nova Scotia, with the death of ...
Calgary Drop-In Centre sees 47 per cent drop in chronic homelessness
A year-and-a-half-long push by the Drop-In Centre to get homeless Calgarians into their own housing has resulted in a 47 per cent drop in chronic homeless clients, the facility says. Sandra Clarkson, executive director of the shelter, said the ...
Why the Australians are better at buying new warships than Canadians: report
Canada could have a thing or two to learn from the Australians when it comes to buying warships, a new report claims. Ian Mack, a retired rear admiral and director-general in the Department of National Defence, released a paper via the Canadian ...
Calgary man pleads guilty in 2018 hit-and-run death of Manitoba teen
A Calgary man admitted he was high on methamphetamine when he struck and killed a 15-year-old boy in a hit-and-run collision north of Winnipeg last August. Justin Joseph Little pleaded guilty Wednesday in a Winnipeg courtroom to charges that ...
Calgary-area UCP MLAs say they won't support conscience rights bill
A controversial private member’s bill meant to extend protection for physicians’ conscience rights will not be supported by a pair of Calgary-area MLAs, who’ve spoken out against the bill in its current form. Introduced in the legislature by ...
Union sets Nov. 19 strike date on Canadian National Railway if talks fail
(Reuters) - Canada's Teamsters labor union has given Canadian National Railway notice that it intends to strike starting Nov. 19, the two parties said on Saturday, following a stalemate in contract negotiations. The company, the largest Canadian ...
Supreme Court of Canada dismisses appeals of Calgary men convicted in Strasser-Hird murder
Appeals of two men convicted in the swarming death of Calgary teen Lukas Strasser-Hird were dismissed by the Supreme Court of Canada Friday. Franz Cabrera and Assmar Shlah were convicted of second-degree murder by a Calgary jury in June 2016, ...