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Yard sailing through Revenue Canada waters
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N.L. man denied entry to bar because of neck tattoos
Lawyer appears for Nova Scotia man accused of yelling obscenity at TV reporter
BUDGET 2018: Liberals champion their values in 2018 budget aimed at long-term vision
Norris murder trial in final phase in Newfoundland Supreme Court
Jury finds Cape Breton doctor not negligent in infant's brain damage
Brand of lean ground beef recalled due to possible presence of E. coli
OTTAWA — A brand of lean ground beef is being recalled because of possible E. coli contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the Good Boucher brand beef was sold in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and P.E.I., but may have ...
N.S. spends $39.6 million on compensation for doctors, plan to reduce wait-lists
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil will spend $39.6 million on increased compensation for family doctors and developing incentives to reduce patient wait-lists. Part of the funding — $13.9 million — will go toward increasing amounts ...
Via Rail to launch process to buy new trains with federal funding announcement
ETOBICOKE, Ont. — Via Rail is preparing to launch a process to replace aging trains on its main Canadian corridor after federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced funding Monday by the government. The national passenger service says it ...
Former NBA player's ex-wife won't face death if convicted
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The ex-wife of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright won't face the death penalty if convicted of killing him more than seven years ago in Tennessee. Shelby County prosecutor Paul Hagerman said before a hearing Monday that Sherra Wright ...
5G wireless telecommunication corridor slated for Ontario, Quebec
OTTAWA — The governments of Canada, Ontario and Quebec are partnering with some of the world's digital heavyweights to usher in the next generation of wireless technology. A $400-million public-private investment will create a corridor of 5G wireless ...
Green party appoints veteran journalist Jo-Ann Roberts as deputy leader
HALIFAX — Green party Leader Elizabeth May has appointed veteran journalist and broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts as the party's deputy leader. May made the announcement Monday at a news conference in Halifax. Roberts ran as the Green party candidate in ...
Federal committee to examine human trafficking at cross-country hearings
HALIFAX — A federal committee is in Halifax today to hear stories from survivors of human trafficking and people who provide support to victims of what some call a form of modern slavery. It is the first cross-country stop for the 12 members of ...
Horsepower: Horses seen travelling down highway in Georgia
TUCKER, Ga. — Several horses travelled down a highway in Georgia and motorist had to hold their horses. News outlets report that a total of 10 horses decided to take to the streets and ended up blocking traffic on Highway 78 near North DeKalb Mall on ...
Pitbull to speak at United Nations about global water crisis
NEW YORK — Grammy Award-winning rapper Pitbull is heading to the United Nations to discuss the global water crisis on World Water Day. The organization Clean Water Here announced on Monday that the international pop star will be named Clean Water ...
Pastor reminds Halifax police brutality, disrespect are not part of their jobs
HALIFAX — A Halifax pastor used a service against racial discrimination to urge police to never use brutality or unnecessary roughness in carrying out their duties. Rhonda Britton told officers gathered at the Cornwallis Street Baptist ...