The Western Star
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
Young worshippers grow gospel church in Charlottetown
Submissions continue in class-action case against military
Submissions continued to be heard Friday on the second day of a two-day hearing to approve a proposed $900 million settlement of a military sexual misconduct class action. The hearing is taking place at the Federal Court in Ottawa. Halifax law ...
4 1/2 years in jail for man involved in $1-million drug bust
He may have been more of a lieutenant in the drug operation than the captain, but Blayne Roper played enough of a role in a cocaine and oxycodone trafficking scheme to earn himself 4 1/2 years behind bars. The 30-year-old, who was sentenced this ...
‘Really disappointed’: Ontario man’s dying wish to visit Newfoundland goes unfulfilled
Add it to his lifetime of challenges: Mike Sloan can’t fulfil his dying wish. The London, Ont., man hoped to visit Newfoundland before he dies, but complications stemming from his cancer means he can’t fly. The 49-year-old was ...
NDP candidates propose $800-million dental plan
New Democratic Party candidates Jack Harris and Anne Marie Anonsen were in St. John’s on Friday to make their pitch on their party’s plan for dental care. The dental care program would expand dental coverage to families with ...
Cabinet turns down sale of P.E.I. golf course to company with ties to Hells Angels
A P.E.I. golf course looking to sell keeps having that sale denied by provincial cabinet for reasons that remain unclear. The owner of Glen Afton Golf Course had been in discussions with a company that lists a former member of the Charlottetown ...
Acquittal entered for Frenchvale man on prostitution charge
A Frenchvale man has been acquitted on a charge of communicating for the purpose of obtaining sexual services. Arthur Gordon Pentecost, 60, was among 18 men charged with such an offence after a second undercover operation by Cape Breton Regional ...
Sydney Mines man charged with weapon and driving offences
A 24-year-old Sydney Mines man has been remanded until the end of the month after being charged with driving and weapon offences. Kyle Joseph Reynolds of Young Street is charged with impaired driving, refusing a breathalyzer demand, possession of a ...
Eagles launch Mini Screechers kids fan club
The Cape Breton Eagles have launched a new program ahead of the start of the 2019-20 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League regular season. The team recently kicked off its Mini Screechers fan club for children 12 and under. A seasonal ...
Volleyball Level 1 officials clinic scheduled for Saturday
There will be volleyball Level 1 officials clinic taking place this weekend in Sydney. The clinic will be held Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at Cape Breton University. The practical part of the course will take place Sept. 27-28 and Oct. 4-5 ...
Sokolov returns to Eagles after originally being ruled out for weekend
The Cape Breton Eagles received some unexpected news late Thursday afternoon. Russian forward Egor Sokolov was reassigned to Cape Breton after being released from the Columbus Blue Jackets main camp. On Wednesday, Eagles head coach Jake ...