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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
Confederation Building parking lot turns into electric car showroom before debate on new charging network for Newfoundland and Labrador
Investigation launched by police watchdog after woman hospitalized following arrest
The arrest and subsequent hospitalization of a southern Alberta woman has launched an investigation by the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team. On Sunday morning at roughly 10:45 a.m., the Blood Tribe Police Service had responded to a ...
Wandering Glenns making Grey Cup debut in Calgary
Kevin Glenn holds a distinct honour in the world of sports. When the quarterback retired from the Canadian Football League in June on his 40th birthday, he did so after having spent time with every one of the league’s nine teams. The ...
Man who assaulted woman, threatened to cut off her limbs asks judge to set him free
Addressing the court at his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Tim Blake apologized for driving when he wasn’t allowed to. He apologized for driving dangerously, for fleeing from police officers and for breaching court orders. Blake said nothing ...
Offload delays, no downtime and other problems are stressing out metro St. John’s paramedics
Offload delays in which paramedics are left waiting in hospital corridors to hand over their patients to staff have ballooned from minutes to hours in just a few years at overcrowded St. John’s emergency rooms. “When I started here, we ...
In wake of Bloc surge, Quebec MPs take prominent roles in new Liberal cabinet
OTTAWA — The threat of western alienation has been top of mind ahead of the swearing-in of the new Liberal cabinet, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also given Quebec MPs a more prominent role around his cabinet table. The Liberals hoped to ...
Trauma researchers focus on Nova Scotian who came back from death and coma in amazing shape
Curtis Coley is a living miracle. He's a son who the province's medical trauma director says had less than one per cent chance of surviving horrific injuries sustained in a car crash. He's a young man who died three times and ...
Cities face pushback over same anti-Semitism definition backed by federal government
OTTAWA — The federal government adopted a new definition of anti-Semitism as part of its anti-racism strategy unveiled last spring, but two Canadian cities that have moved to adopt the same definition are facing pushback from those who believe it ...
Studying the secret lives of lobsters, eels in Cape Breton waters
Mi’kmaq researchers are listening in on the secret lives of lobsters and eels in the Bras d’Or Lake. Skyler Jeddore of the Unama’ki Institute of Natural Resources, which is the voice of the five island First Nation communities, ...
Major defence procurements and Phoenix pay fiasco will keep rookie MP busy
Rookie MP Anita Anand was named to one of the federal government’s toughest portfolios on Wednesday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rearranged his cabinet. Anand, a lawyer, takes over as Minister of Public Services and Procurement, replacing ...
Glace Bay teacher's adopt-a-family program inspires students and parents to give
People in Glace Bay are learning all about the holiday spirit, thanks to a local teacher. For the past 22 years, Lisa Roach has organized an adopt-a-family program to make sure all children receive gifts on Christmas morning. Her students raise ...