Truro women present Songs for a Winter's Night
Yoga Dance marks winter solstice in Truro
Truro's Holiday Heroes go to work
Chances are it will be a green (not white) Christmas for Nova Scotia
Bearcats end three-game losing streak
Truro native Jared McIsaac cracks Team Canada junior roster
Singing Walmart greeter has P.E.I. customers tapping their feet
Cannabis legalization voted Canadian Press's Business Story of the Year
2018 Christmas Lights map
I didn't know selling Percocet was illegal, Shane Leonard tells St. John's court
WestJet says it’s working with P.E.I. customer after mistake scrapped Cuba vacation
Nova Scotia pulp mill granted injunction to stop fishermen's blockade of surveys
Some ferry crossings between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia cancelled for Dec. 19
Bumpy ride sends two to hospital
Nova Scotia justice, originally from P.E.I., dies after brief battle with cancer
Health Canada moves to restrict alcohol in single-serve sugary drinks
MONTREAL — Health Canada is taking measures to crack down on sugary high-alcohol drinks like the one consumed by a Quebec teen who died last winter. The federal health agency says research suggests these single-serve products are creating a ...
Liberals say they are looking at ways to provide minimum income to all Canadians
OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals haven't shut the door on a guaranteed-income program in their search for ways to help workers adapt to an unsteady and shifting labour market. In separate interviews, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Social Development ...
Thunder Bay police board accepts anti-Indigenous racism findings; plans apology
Faced with withering criticism from two separate reviews, the police oversight board in Thunder Bay, Ont., has now accepted findings of racism within both the board and police service itself and said it planned a formal apology. At a board ...
Politicians more than half of Canadian Press newsmakers through the years
The Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team has been chosen as the 2018 Canadian Press Newsmaker of the Year. Here is a list of past newsmakers as chosen in an annual poll of newsrooms across the country: 2017: Gord Downie, ...
List of concerns disability advocates have about Accessible Canada Act
A list of concerns disability advocates have expressed about the federal government's Accessible Canada Act: — Bill C 81 does not include timelines, which advocates say are essential to ensure that key ...
Advocates say Accessible Canada Act is too weak to be effective
The cautious optimism that prevailed in Canada's disabled community when the federal government tabled historic accessibility legislation earlier this year has given way to widespread concern that the law won't lead to meaningful change. Major ...
NewsAlert: Five boys face charges in investigation into incidents at St. Michael's College School
TORONTO — Police have laid more charges in an investigation into allegations of sex assault at an all-boys' private school in Toronto. They say five youth have now been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault — four of them are ...
Tragedy and inspiration: Humboldt Broncos team chosen Newsmaker of the Year
Many died, several struggled in recovery and some hit the ice again. The Humboldt Broncos hockey team, changed forever after a highway crash in April, has been chosen as Canada's Newsmaker of the Year in 2018. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey ...
Third Canadian detained in China not believed to be linked to other detentions
OTTAWA — A third Canadian has been detained in China but federal sources say the government has no reason to believe the case is linked to the recent detention of two other Canadians in the country. Consular officials are ...
In the news today, Dec. 19
Four stories in the news for Wednesday, Dec. 19 ——— APPEAL COURT TO RULE IN B.C. TERROR CASE British Columbia's Appeal Court is scheduled to release a decision today on a couple whose guilty verdict over plotting to blow up ...