Emma Smit-Geraghty to speak at Truro Women & Wellness event
Do your alpaca research before bringing them home: Middle Stewiacke ...
Questions raised over lack of SANE expansion to Truro
Suspect arrested after robbery in Stewiacke
Jazz musician performing in Truro to raise funds for First United ...
Colchester County makes contribution to CMHA building campaign
Three people face charges following drug seizure in Truro
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Truro drag queen among Babes on Blades
Thieves take collectibles from Lunenburg County home, leave dog out in the cold
Charlottetown woman whose dying wish was featured in The Guardian dies of cancer
Convicted killer Philip Pynn released to Nova Scotia halfway house
Teenage girls punch, spit on woman in downtown Halifax
Ex-Liberal candidate in Burnaby, B.C., says volunteer wrote controversial post
Axe-your-ex event not welcome in St. John’s
High court ruling allows long-term expats to vote in February byelections
TORONTO — Expat Canadians with ties to one of three ridings now in the throes of byelections may be eligible to vote no matter how long they've been abroad given last week's Supreme Court of Canada ruling. While the government got ahead of the high ...
Approaching winter storm prompts warnings for residents of the Maritimes
FREDERICTON — An intense winter storm is forecast to descend on the Maritimes on Sunday, and the New Brunswick government is warning residents to prepare for power outages. Environment Canada says a low-pressure system approaching from ...
Nova Scotia legislature to resume Feb. 28, Speakers office announces
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia legislature will resume late next month. The Speakers office said today the second session of the 63rd general assembly will resume on Feb. 28. The NDP said in a statement it will put what it calls the health care "crisis" ...
RNC search for missing man James Kenny
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is asking for the public's assistance in locating a man for whom there is concern about his well-being. The RNC say James Kenny left his Mount Pearl home on foot some time overnight. A missing person's ...
Decision on Huawei role in 5G network won't be influenced by China's threats
SHERBROOKE, Que. — Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government's decision on whether to ban Huawei technology from being used in Canada's next generation 5G wireless network will not be influenced by threats of retaliation from ...
Nova Scotia RCMP say 43-year-old man shot at home by three masked men
HEAD OF CHEZZETCOOK, N.S. — RCMP are searching for three suspects after 43-year-old Nova Scotia man was shot in the stomach at his home. The Mounties say the victim was unable to identify his attackers, but investigators do not believe ...
Halifax police ask public for help in solving 20-year-old killing
HALIFAX — Police in Halifax are asking for the public's help as they continue to investigate a cold-case shooting death 20 years ago. On Jan. 19, 1999, police responded to a report of an injured man at 88 Queen Street in Dartmouth. Inside an ...
Quebec government to make carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in schools
MONTREAL — The Quebec government says it will move to make carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in all of the province's schools. In the meantime, Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge says he's asking all educational institutions to confirm ...
Former P.E.I. care facility faces the wrecking ball
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - The Prince Edward Home is coming down this year. The province expects to have the tender for a demolition application to the city in February and for the work to begin early this spring. “The building, as you ...
British sailor acquitted in gang rape case at Halifax-area military base
HALIFAX — A British sailor accused in an alleged gang rape at a Halifax-area military base has been acquitted. ...