NSLC releases cannabis prices
Healing, dying, death and grief to be addressed at Truro gathering
Release of two eagles held in memory of AVC graduate Dr. Helene Van ...
Walk Off The Earth coming to the RECC
Truro library traffic increases dramatically during past year
Could cannabis become a main-stream treatment for cancer?
A big night out in Truro for two 'sisters'
Truro woman running online store with delivery service
Improv group parodies male strippers
Man who jumped into Toronto shark tank wanted for assault: police
Young Timberlea man charged after van going wrong way side-swipes RCMP cruiser
Wind warning forces cancellation of P.E.I. ferry crossings
‘Green flu’ cases expected to rise in Nova Scotia
Cause of Cox Institute fire in Bible Hill remains public mystery
Correction: Five things about what's legal and what's not in Canada's new pot law
Fate of Manitoba politician accused of sexual comments may be decided next week
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government caucus is to meet next week to discuss inappropriate comments reportedly made by one of its members. Justice Minister Cliff Cullen says the Tory caucus will review the facts surrounding comments made by ...
Owner of mistakenly donated cash sought by thrift store in West Kelowna, B.C.
WEST KELOWNA, B.C. — A charity in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley is trying to reunite some mistakenly donated money with its original owner, and it's not the first time this year that someone has inadvertently contributed cash. West Kelowna ...
Feds aiming to select preferred design for $60B warships by end of month
OTTAWA — Canada's most-expensive military project is about to enter a new phase as the government is on the verge of picking its preferred design for the country's $60-billion fleet of new warships. Defence insiders say the government wants ...
Federal government tables bill to transform prisoner segregation
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government tabled legislation today to transform the way it separates inmates in federal correctional institutions from the general prison population. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the bill is the result of recent ...
Parents, not just government, will talk to their kids about pot, Trudeau says
OTTAWA — With just hours to go before pot is legal in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says parents will play a role in talking to their kids about the drug. Trudeau says a regulated market for marijuana — a pillar of his 2015 election ...
Cancelling cap and trade will result in $3 billion in lost revenue: FAO
TORONTO — The cancellation of the cap-and-trade system will cost $3 billion in lost revenue over the next four fiscal years, Ontario's fiscal watchdog said Tuesday, warning the decision would push the provincial ...
Toronto police welcome to apply to march in Pride Parade again, organizers say
Toronto's Pride Parade has lifted a ban on uniformed police officers participating in the colourful annual event, saying the force was welcome to apply to be a part of next summer's festivities. The relationship between Pride Toronto ...
Powerful winds blow through Atlantic Canada, disrupting ferry services
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Powerful winds are disrupting services in parts of Atlantic Canada as an intense weather system blows through the region. Marine Atlantic ferries were on hold and some Newfoundland communities were postponing garbage ...
Abbott-brand nutrition beverages, such as Ensure, recalled for bacteria concerns
OTTAWA — Abbott Nutrition is recalling a number of its canned nutritional beverages due to possible bacterial contamination. The Chicago-based company is recalling products under its Ensure Plus, Jevity and TwoCal brands, among others. Full details ...
Michael Oxford charged for threatening violence against Corner Brook judge
A Corner Brook man who became verbally aggressive after being denied bail has been charged with threatening the provincial court judge who ordered him to remain in custody. Michael Oxford, 56, was denied bail by Judge Kymil Howe last Thursday. ...