Mining association eyes Staples Brook land
Kennetcook man arrested on child pornography charges
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Debert genealogist publishes book on the area’s people and history
Truro students raise money for education in Ecuador
Truro woman becomes part of a team through Toastmasters
Body exhibit at Museum of Natural History peels back the skin
Truro snowboarder finds success and passion in winter pastime
Truro woman celebrates her eightieth birthday on the tennis court
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Sydney lawyer warns of potential legal peril associated with offering rewards
Halifax RCMP investigating theft of Snap-on tire changing equipment
Elderly woman’s death ruled a homicide, no charges to be laid
Halifax police charge man in connection with parking spot scam
Work site collision in Queensland claims one life
Co-accused in Kentville murder trial says he shot couple after Greenwood shot them
NAFTA's Chapter 11 dispute mechanism too costly for Canada at $314M, says report
A progressive group says it's baffled that the Canadian government has worked at the NAFTA negotiating table to protect a dispute resolution system that allows companies to sue governments, estimating it has cost Canadian taxpayers $314 million. The ...
Ontario man ran site that peddled billions of pieces of personal data: RCMP
OTTAWA — An Ontario man faces several criminal charges for allegedly peddling information from an online database containing 1.5 billion usernames and passwords. The arrest announced Monday by the RCMP provides a glimpse into the murky ...
Quebec provincial police beef up cold case squad to try to crack unsolved deaths
MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police will significantly hike the number of officers assigned to its cold case squad in the coming months as it aims to tackle a backlog of unsolved slayings dating back more than 50 years. The unit's ...
Efforts underway to break up ice jams that flooded Quebec City neighbourhood
QUEBEC — Authorities warned Monday there could be more evacuations after weekend flooding forced residents out of about 40 homes in a Quebec city neighbourhood. Heavy equipment had to be brought in to ...
Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan dead at 46
LONDON — Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of Irish band The Cranberries, died suddenly on Monday. She was 46. O'Riordan died in London, where she was recording, publicist Lindsey Holmes said. The cause of death wasn't immediately ...
Cult movie 'Heathers' gets TV makeover, Doherty cameos
PASADENA, Calif. — The 1988 cult movie "Heathers" and the title characters get makeovers in a new TV series. In the big-screen dark comedy, the queen bees who shared the name Heather were three white high school students by played by Shannen Doherty, ...
Toronto police say hijab-cutting incident didn't happen, investigation closed
TORONTO — An 11-year-old girl's claim that a scissors-wielding man approached her on the way to school and cut her hijab has turned out to be untrue, Toronto police said Monday as they closed their investigation into what was suspected to be a hate ...
'Gigantic and beautiful': Eagle population attracts crowds to N.S. community
SHEFFIELD MILLS, N.S. — Dozens of eagles dot the branches of tall trees overlooking a snow-covered Nova Scotia farm field, a bitter wind cutting through their wings as they take turns leaving their perches to swoop through blue ...
Former hostage Joshua Boyle awaits bail hearing
OTTAWA — A bail hearing for former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle could be weeks away after a brief court appearance by video link today relating to assault charges. Boyle is due back in Ontario court Jan. 26, while his lawyers press for disclosure ...
Singapore requests U.K. extradite a Canadian accused of robbing a bank
LONDON — Authorities in Singapore say they're working to have a Canadian man who is accused of robbing a bank in their country extradited from the United Kingdom. A statement from Singapore's Attorney General's Chambers and its Ministry of Home ...