Rick Hillier gets new job advising Ottawa defence firm — company says that shouldn't interfere with vaccine rollout
Yarmouth RCMP still seeking information from the public to help locate Zack Lefave
Jan. 27 update: Nova Scotia reports four new COVID-19 cases as mobile testing moves to rural communities
MY TAKE WITH SHELDON MacLEOD: Turning frustration to action on homelessness
Nova Scotia Court of Appeal to hear arguments on cell death Thursday
IRAC approves increase in water and sewer rates for Town of Kensington
COVID expert paid by teachers' union is 'deeply concerning,' Doug Ford says
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says it is “deeply concerning” that the elementary teachers’ union paid consultation fees to an epidemiologist who sits on the province’s COVID-19 science advisory table. A Toronto Sun article published Tuesday reported ...
Ammunition charges in Nova Scotia mass shooting adjourned until March for pleas
Three individuals were arraigned in Dartmouth provincial court Wednesday on charges of supplying ammunition to the Nova Scotia man who committed Canada’s worst mass shooting last April. The shooter’s common-law spouse, Lisa Diana ...
Crapaud bridge replacement begins today
The Crapaud bridge replacement on Route 13 will begin Wednesday, Jan. 27. A temporary bridge will be constructed to maintain two-way traffic. However, trailers will not be allowed to use this structure during this time. The target completion ...
Black smoke seen for kilometres after hot tar sparks Halifax construction site fire
Firefighters extinguished a fire at a construction site that sent heavy black smoke billowing high over Halifax mid-morning Wednesday. Deputy Chief David Meldrum said firefighters were called to the scene at the corner of Columbus ...
Works continues on new library in Charlottetown
Two heavy equipment operators prepare the area where the plaza/main entrance of the new Charlottetown Library Learning Centre will be located. Plans also call for a new glass addition to go on the front of the building, which faces Queen ...
Canada PM Trudeau says EU's transparency measures will not affect vaccine deliveries
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he spoke with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday, and she assured him the bloc's measures to track vaccine exports would not affect deliveries to Canada. ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Wednesday, Jan. 27
Weather There will be a mix of sun and cloud across the province Wednesday with onshore flurries in the afternoon and a north wind gusting to 30 km/h. Today's high is -1 C. P.E.I. forecast for Jan. 27 to Feb. 2, ...
N.B. office building notorious as bloody crime scene in Oland murder up for sale
A commercial building in New Brunswick that has been microscopically examined, photographed, scrutinized and widely publicized as a crime scene over two high-profile murder trials is up for sale. The listing of 52 Canterbury St. in downtown ...
Millions of allocated COVID funds remain unspent by P.E.I. government
A new report says the federal government is doing the heavy lifting when it comes to COVID-19-related spending in P.E.I. The report also says the P.E.I. government has left millions of dollars in federal transfers earmarked for COVID-19 related ...
Review calls for more transparency around expense program for former governors general
OTTAWA — The federal government should ensure more transparency around the expense program for former governors general, says an independent report ordered after the National Post reported on the issue in 2018. Not only are the expenses hidden ...