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Newfoundland and Labrador signs on with suicide prevention project
A national program aimed at suicide prevention was launched this morning in Grand Bank, on the Burin Peninsula. ...
Not enough time says Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – The period for submissions on upcoming changes to the outdated Municipalities Act has been extended, but not by enough for some. Grand Falls-Windsor Mayor Barry Manuel said while the ...
Tim Cook makes 1st visit to Canada as Apple CEO, visits Toronto students
TORONTO — Apple Inc.'s Tim Cook visited Canada for the first time as CEO Monday, surprising students at a downtown Toronto Apple store to highlight the importance of learning to code, and dropping in on a group of ...
Lawyers slam 'de-facto expulsion' of university student guilty of sex charge
CALGARY — The Criminal Trial Lawyers' Association is criticizing what it calls the de-facto expulsion of a University of Calgary student convicted of a sexual offence. "It flies in the face of the University of Calgary's discipline policies," the ...
One dead, one still missing as family swept away in Vancouver Island creek
CAMPBELL RIVER, Canada — Searchers on Vancouver Island are hopeful but admit they are bracing for the worst after three people on a family outing on an all-terrain vehicle were swept away while crossing a creek near Campbell ...
Town of St. Lunaire-Griquet honours Gerald Hillier for municipal work
Residents of the Town of St. Lunaire-Griquet came out to show their appreciation for a long-time community leader. ...
Company apologizes for prompting bomb scare at airport
NEWARK, N.J. — The creators of a reality show say they were shooting an episode about a vacuum device used to compress luggage when the gadget prompted a fake bomb alert at a New Jersey airport. NJ.com reports that federal officers at Newark Liberty ...
Guilty plea: Court told man left mother on floor for days before she died
WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg man has admitted to leaving his 89-year-old mother, covered in her own feces and urine, lying on the floor of the home they shared for several days until she died. Ron Siwicki, 65, pleaded guilty Monday to criminal ...
Trudeau arrives at Davos to pitch investment opportunities in Canada
ZURICH — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Switzerland on Monday to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, where he will try to persuade the world's richest to invest in Canada and to respect women's and workers' rights. The prime ...
Emergency official: 5 missing after Oklahoma rig explosion
QUINTON, Okla. — Five people are missing after a fiery explosion ripped through an eastern Oklahoma drilling rig on Monday, sending plumes of black smoke into the air and leaving a derrick crumpled on the ground, emergency officials said. More than ...