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Auditor walks through construction report
Coady wants rate mitigation plan revealed before election
Sex offender lists are private in Canada, but should they be?
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Parts of Black Tickle without power since Saturday
Tears, flowers at impromptu memorial for Syrian children killed in Halifax fire
HALIFAX — Dozens of people gathered outside the charred remnants of a suburban Halifax home Tuesday night to mourn the loss of seven children killed in a fast-moving fire and to show support for the injured, grieving parents left behind. They carried ...
Former Nalcor CEO did not have copy of SNC-Lavalin report
Forensic auditors with Grant Thornton say there’s no evidence former Nalcor Energy CEO Ed Martin ever received a copy of a 2013 SNC-Lavalin risk report for the Muskrat Falls Project. The report warned of greater-than-expected cost risks on the ...
A list of deadly Canadian fires
Seven children, all members of a Syrian family who arrived in Canada about two years ago, died in an early morning house fire Tuesday in Halifax, the worst fire toll in recent memory in Nova Scotia. Some other deadly Canadian fires: — January 2018: ...
Make sure measles shots up to date, Public Health Agency says in wake of B.C. outbreak
TORONTO — Canada's top doctor is urging Canadians who haven't been vaccinated against measles to get their shots in the wake of a B.C. outbreak of the disease and the always present danger of cases being imported into the ...
Pipelines, UN, immigration feature as protest convoy reaches Parliament Hill
OTTAWA — A convoy of Canadians fed up with the Liberal government rolled into Ottawa Tuesday with demands as varied as their vehicles. The United We Roll convoy began in Red Deer, Alta., on Valentine's Day and made its way east over four days with ...
Canadian men's rink hammers Italy at world junior curling championships
LIVERPOOL, N.S. — Canada's Tyler Tardi is back on the winning track at the world junior curling championships. Tardi's B.C.-based rink beat Italy's Luca Rizzolli 10-3 in the Tuesday afternoon draw, pushing Canada (3-2) into a five-way tie for second ...
Parks Canada field unit and road to Nain major topics at AGM
The mayor of L’Anse au Clair is the new chair of the Combined Councils of Labrador (CCL). Chad Letto was nominated for chair by acclamation during the CCL’s annual general meeting (AGM) in Happy Valley-Goose Bay from Feb. 6-9. This ...
New Strait of Belle Isle ferry experiences nearly week-long delay
STRAIT OF BELLE ISLE, N.L. It’s been a difficult first month for the MV Qajaq W. For nearly a week, the new passenger ferry that went into service for the Strait of Belle Isle on Jan. 27 was stranded due to bad weather. From ...
The Muskrat Falls Inquiry (Phase II)
With Phase I in the books, the Commission of Inquiry into Muskrat Falls has moved into Phase II. Once again, we've tasked reporter Ashley Fitzpatrick with coverage. To make this information a little easier to find and digest, we're ...
Burin Peninsula RCMP investigate fatal collision on Route 220 near Point May
On Monday, Feb. 18, at approximately 9:40 p.m., Burin Peninsula RCMP received a report of a single-vehicle motor vehicle collision on Route 220 near Point May. A 35-year-old man, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the vehicle and ...