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Whitbourne RCMP arrest impaired driver from Grand Falls-Windsor
On Monday, Dec. 10 at approximately 11:30 a.m., Whitbourne RCMP received an anonymous tip of a man who was staggering as he was walking back to his vehicle and was thought to be impaired. Police attended and conducted a traffic stop on the ...
Climate change, receding glaciers increase landslide risk on B.C.'s Mount Meager
VANCOUVER — Climate change is causing glaciers atop Mount Meager in British Columbia to shrink, increasing the chances of landslides and even a new eruption, says an expert studying the volcano. Glyn Williams-Jones, a volcanologist ...
Car thefts on rise in Canada as thieves target trucks, SUVs: insurance board
TORONTO — A new report says choosy car thieves are setting their sights on Ford trucks and high-end SUVs as the number of automotive thefts continues to rise across the country. The Insurance Bureau of Canada says in its annual ...
Bail hearing for Huawei CFO continues for third day in Vancouver court
VANCOUVER — The bail hearing for Huawei's chief financial officer continues for a third day today in a Vancouver court, as lawyers argue about her bail and whether she poses a flight risk. Meng Wanzhou's lawyer argued Monday ...
Driver takes off in wrong car, fuels it up and then returns it to rightful owner
HALIFAX — It was a case of automotive mistaken identity involving an inattentive driver and a friendly settlement of fuel. Halifax RCMP say they received a call Sunday evening from a person who went into a business in Hammonds Plains, ...
RCMP remove impaired driver from the road in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
On Friday, Dec. 7 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP were patrolling the town checking for impaired drivers. Police conducted a traffic stop on a pickup truck and found a 21-year-old man to be impaired. He provided breath ...
Eat sulphur, breathe rust: Scientists find life deep underground
Scientists are releasing results of a decade's worth of research that has uncovered a vast and mysterious world of microbes deep underground that could help explain how life began on Earth and how it might look on other planets. "The ...
Budget 2019: St. Anthony eyes water upgrades, new fire hall
There was only one item on the agenda for last week’s regular town council meeting, but it was the big one. St. Anthony council unanimously adopted its $2.9 million 2019 budget Nov. 27. In presenting the numbers, Coun. Darl Scott ...
Police investigate break-in at Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's Vancouver home
VANCOUVER — A Vancouver home that a court heard is owned by a recently arrested Huawei executive and her husband was broken into early Sunday morning. Vancouver police say the break-in was reported just before 5:30 a.m. at the home on West 28th ...
Plan to wipe out tuberculosis in Inuit communities shifts to prevention
OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott says a plan aimed at eliminating tuberculosis from Inuit communities shows the federal government is "getting its act together." Philpott, together with the leader of Canada's national Inuit ...