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Town of Clarenville addresses destruction of The Wave
Eastern Health expects new recruits will benefit internal medicine at Carbonear hospital
Bay Roberts RCMP investigating overnight home invasion
Natuashish woman sentenced to 18 months for impaired driving death
Happy Valley-Goose Bay man charged in stabbing incident
Montreal man found guilty of manslaughter in death of ailing wife
MONTREAL — A Montreal man who was convicted on Saturday of killing his ailing wife said he'd finally be able to mourn her after a jury found him guilty of the lesser of the two possible charges against him. Tears rolled down Michel Cadotte's ...
As U.S. plans in Syria shift, Canada tries to plan for own forces in Iraq
OTTAWA — The commander of Canada's special forces says officials are watching closely to see what impact U.S. plans to withdraw hundreds of soldiers from Syria could have on Canada's mission in neighbouring Iraq. In an interview with The Canadian ...
Two women found dead after fire sweeps through Cape Breton home
DOMINION, N.S. — Two women have been found dead after a house fire in Cape Breton. Police say the home on Villa Nova Drive in Dominion, N.S., was fully engulfed when officers arrived to assist the fire department at about 12:30 p.m. on ...
No one injured after Syrian family of eight flees burning Fredericton home
FREDERICTON — A Syrian family of eight was forced to flee their burning home in Fredericton Saturday morning. Platoon Capt. Mike Mizner says crews were called to a bungalow on the city's north side just after 11:30 a.m. He says all eight ...
Court rejects B.C.'s request to declare Alberta oil export law unconstitutional
CALGARY — A judge has dismissed the British Columbia government's request to declare unconstitutional an Alberta law that could restrict the flow of refined oil products to B.C. The attorney general of B.C. alleged in a statement ...
A 'warm embrace' for grieving parents at funeral of seven young fire victims
HALIFAX — One by one, seven small white caskets were carried inside a cavernous waterfront hall on Saturday, where thousands of mourners gathered for an emotional embrace of grieving parents who lost their children in a devastating house ...
Man faces criminal negligence charge in hit-and-run death of pedestrian
HALIFAX — A Bedford man has been arrested in a hit-and-run that killed a pedestrian early Friday in Dartmouth. A 57-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene on Pleasant Street. Police say they got a tip about a parked car that might have ...
Five young men arrested after gun spotted near sunny Halifax beach
HALIFAX — Police say multiple people were seen passing a gun around near a sunny beach in Halifax's Point Pleasant Park on Saturday afternoon. Police say the call came in at about 3:30 p.m., and officers spotted what they describe as an associated ...
New immigration projects offer caregivers pathway to permanent residence
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is launching two new immigration pilot programs that will allow caregivers to come to Canada with their families while also offering them the opportunity to become permanent residents. Under the newly ...
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers push for emails from Trudeau, senior staff
OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team is pushing for access to emails and other communications from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and senior members of his staff as the clock ticks down to the next phase of the high-profile case. Those ...