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Visiting surfers making pandemic waves at Martinique Beach
New Cape Breton University campus centre to honour legacy of Donald Marshall Jr.
New opportunities for Cape Breton University nursing program with Centre for Discovery and Innovation
Enrolment numbers up at French-language school board in P.E.I.
Dozens of firearms charges for North Bedeque man
Rural Cape Breton's political landscape in midst of change
Melanie Sampson chuckles as she talks about the first informal meeting of Richmond County’s five new municipal councillors. “We met up in a restaurant and people were coming up to us and asking if we were the new council because it ...
One new COVID-19 case in Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador announced one new confirmed case of COVID-19 Monday. The one new confirmed case is a woman in the Eastern Health region, age between 50-59 years of age, the Department of Health and Community Services said in a news ...
Conservative motion threatens Canada’s access to COVID-19 vaccines, Trudeau Liberals warn
OTTAWA – The Liberals are warning a Conservative push for greater transparency around vaccines, personal protective equipment and rapid testing contracts risks Canada’s relationship with suppliers and could hinder Canada’s access to ...
Secrecy over DND contracts prevents public from determining whether work is actually being done: defence union
As much as $250 million in maintenance, cleaning and other contracts at military bases can’t be properly scrutinized by the public to determine if the work is actually being done, warns the main union representing employees at National Defence. ...
UPDATED: Cape Breton University unveils plans for $80-million Centre for Discovery and Innovation
Cape Breton University unveiled a bold COVID-19 recovery plan on Monday that will include the construction of an $80 million campus centre it hopes will spur university growth and a population rise around the island. President David Dingwall ...
Hydrogeologist model suggests high capacity wells could reduce streamflows by 40 per cent in Wilmot River
A model developed by a hydrogeologist suggests that, in a dry growing year, expanded agricultural irrigation from high capacity wells could have a significant impact on water levels in Island streams. Yefang Jiang, a hydrogeologist with ...
Oct. 26 update: One new COVID-19 case reported in Nova Scotia, exposure advisory issued
Nova Scotia reported a new case of COVID-19 on Monday. The new case, which was among 285 tests done Sunday, is in the central zone and is a close contact to a previously reported travel-related case. But the number of total active cases now ...
Saskatchewan's main parties need better leadership on climate change: Policy report
As voters get set to cast their ballots today at the polls, a new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) says there’s a glaring contradiction in how people here treat climate change and fossil fuel ...
A man of good character: Law society answers whether a tiger can change his stripes
As he completed his degree at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Suresh Sriskandarajah filed his membership application to the Law Society of Ontario, a required step to work as a lawyer. Like all would-be lawyers, he was asked eight questions as ...
Private member's bill targets pandemic-related airline refunds
Air passenger advocates have taken their ticket refund battle to the House of Commons. A Quebec MP on Friday introduced a private member’s bill that would amend the Canada Transportation Act to spell out that airlines that cancel a service ...