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N.W.T. leaders worry wildfires, low water will mean even longer delay for much-needed housing units

Seniors in five N.W.T. communities expecting to move into new homes earlier this spring will now have to wait until at least summer, because of wildfires...

PC candidate says comments on recruiting doctors from India and Pakistan weren’t meant to be derogatory

Lin Paddock, the Progressive Conservative candidate in the upcoming Baie Verte-Green Bay byelection, said Tuesday that comments he made about recruiting doctors in India...

Repairs near completion at Rissers Beach Provincial Park after storm damage

Eight months after post-tropical storm Lee tore through Rissers Beach Provincial Park on Nova Scotia's South Shore, repairs are moving into the final stages.  Rissers...

Billy Cann to seek federal Conservative nomination in Cardigan

A former provincial NDP candidate intends to seek the federal Conservative nomination in the eastern P.E.I. riding of Cardigan.Billy Cann announced his decision on Sunday.Cann ran...

Judge to rule by early June whether Policy 713 case can continue

A judge is expected to rule within the coming days whether a case launched by a Moncton-area school district, challenging a provincial gender identity policy,...

B.C.’s Site C dam should have minimal impact on N.W.T. water levels, hydrologist says

A hydrologist with the N.W.T. government says that filling B.C.'s Site C dam on the Peace River will have minimal impact on waterways downstream, including...

Police in St. John’s take part in long-running memorial service for colleagues killed in line of duty

1 hour agoNewsDuration 1:05This is National Police Week. On Wednesday, members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary participated in the Peace Officers’ Memorial Day Service....

4 accused in Halifax teen murder case appear in N.S. youth court

Lawyers for four Nova Scotia teenagers crammed into a tiny courtroom on Monday morning to discuss next steps in the murder case against their...

Northern lights provide spectacular show over P.E.I.

Many on P.E.I. flocked to the beach on Friday, but not to go swimming or lie in the sand.It was around midnight, and they were...

3½ years in prison sought for man who fatally stabbed suspected thief

A judge has been asked to sentence an Elsipogtog First Nation man to 3½ years in prison for killing a 36-year-old from the eastern New Brunswick community almost...

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N.W.T. leaders worry wildfires, low water will mean even longer delay for much-needed housing units

Seniors in five N.W.T. communities expecting to move into new homes earlier this spring will now have to wait until at least summer, because of wildfires...

PC candidate says comments on recruiting doctors from India and Pakistan weren’t meant to be derogatory

Lin Paddock, the Progressive Conservative candidate in the upcoming Baie Verte-Green Bay byelection, said Tuesday that comments he made about recruiting doctors in India...

Repairs near completion at Rissers Beach Provincial Park after storm damage

Eight months after post-tropical storm Lee tore through Rissers Beach Provincial Park on Nova Scotia's South Shore, repairs are moving into the final stages.  Rissers...