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Council gives green light to covert former home of The Western Star into apartment complex in Corner Brook
Cook’s Brook West Trestle closing for repairs
One bear trap removed, but two still set in and around Corner Brook
Excitement building as Corner Brook businesses, organizations prepare for influx of Come Home Year visitors
VIDEO: Centenarian Trixie Hines still active at 104 years of age
Proposed development like ‘knocking down Cabot Tower’: historian
Grey Cup seats slowly filling up as kickoff approaches
Only days before the kickoff of the 107th Grey Cup, hundreds of tickets are still available — but the price doesn’t appear to be a concern for those who already secured their seats at the game. Canadians, including Troy Denton and his wife Pam, ...
Tuffy the horse trots into Calgary hotel, keeping annual tradition alive
He didn’t come in on a Maserati, but Tuffy the horse found his way down the old town road and into a Calgary hotel Thursday evening, keeping alive a 72-year tradition dating to the 1940s. Horses typically don’t belong in hotel lobbies or bars, ...
Man accused of robbing store, attempting to rob bank in Mount Pearl appears in court
A 51-year-old Mount Pearl man suspected of robbing a convenience store and attempting to rob a bank on Wednesday has waived his right to a bail hearing. Robert Murray made a court appearance in St. John's Thursday morning, where the Crown ...
NDP calls for moratorium on Ragged Beach development
The controversy surrounding development of Ragged Beach in Witless Bay hit the House of Assembly once again on Thursday. Those opposed to development on the beach held a protest on Thursday morning, halting trucks that are there to build an ...
PCs walk out of House of Assembly after minister refers to Tory MHA's divorce
The Tory caucus stormed out of the House of Assembly on Thursday afternoon after a testy exchange between Finance Minister Tom Osborne and Cape St. Francis MHA Kevin Parsons. Osborne was beginning an address to the House, related to a poll that ...
Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie calls for his own leadership review
Progressive Conservative Leader Ches Crosbie has asked for a leadership review for himself. Crosbie issued the call the day before the Progressive Conservative party holds its annual convention in Gander over the weekend. The PC ...
Patterson sent to prison for 2 years in Halifax drunk driving incident
A 24-year-old New Brunswick man has been sentenced to two years in prison for driving drunk, running down and killing Wray Hart in south-end Halifax in January 2018. Dennis Donald James Patterson had pleaded guilty in September to impaired ...
Dartmouth man, New Waterford boy to be reunited on the runway
A Dartmouth man will be reunited with a young New Waterford boy Friday to relive a life-changing experience. Dimitri Neonakis, a businessman and pilot, hopes — weather permitting — to be taking Brett Costigan, 7, for a free airplane ...
Decline in student enrolment slowing in Cape Breton
While student numbers are continuing to decline at Cape Breton English-language schools, the speed of the decrease appears to be slowing. Under the Strait Regional Centre for Education, enrolment for the 2019-20 school year stands at 5,952. ...
Reorganization means dedicated eyes will be overseeing ACOA file
The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) will have a dedicated parliamentary secretary in the 43rd Canadian Parliament. Who that will be remains a mystery. Canada has six regional development agencies including ACOA, Western Economic ...