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CBRM bringing back blossoms and banners
Earlene MacMullin has learned to stop and smell the flowers — literally — since being elected to Cape Breton Regional Municipality council. Midway through her first term, the Northside representative for District 2 successfully ...
Dartmouth man facing multiple impaired driving-related charges
A Dartmouth man is facing several impaired driving-related charges after nearly hitting a Halifax Regional Police vehicle on Roleika Drive on Wednesday night. According to a police news release, the officers were responding to a report of a ...
Living through COVID-19 while being poor in Halifax
Life has been strange the last few months, as we've secluded ourselves away from others, helping to flatten the curve as we waited out the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It wasn't easy for anyone, but, as we start to ease back into a ...
Will Justin Trudeau unveil a four-day work week in Canada?
The idea of the long-desired four-day work week has gained more attention as Canadians near the end of Month 3 in coronavirus lockdown, but don’t expect three-day weekends just yet, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday. “Right now we’re ...
'Zombie fires' reigniting in Arctic could be sign of bigger blazes to come, scientists say
‘Zombie fires’ in the Arctic are reigniting and could be a sign of bigger blazes to come this summer, scientists say. The flames, which have been burning underground since last year’s record blazes in the region, were first spotted ...
Twillingate making things safer for child with hearing impairment
Laine Broderick is as adventurous as any other three-year-old. He has found his legs and enjoys showing off his running ability any time he can. “(Laine) is a cute and charming kid,” said his mother, Julie-Anne Broderick of ...
Gander open air pantry is about helping people
The brown box sitting on Sherri Dove’s front lawn in Gander draws your attention first. Propped on a steel rod, it takes you an instant to notice the words "Take what you need" carved into the top of the box and the canned food ...
Peter MacKay pitches temporary elimination of GST for restaurants, tourism industry as part of economic recovery
OTTAWA — Conservative leadership candidate Peter MacKay has released his plan for economic recovery and job creation coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic and it includes the idea of reducing or eliminating the GST temporarily for hard-hit sectors ...
No worries about long-term care facilities in Newfoundland and Labrador: Haggie
ST. JOHN'S — In light of a scathing report Tuesday about conditions in long-term care homes in Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador Health Minister Dr. John Haggie on Wednesday assured families in this province they have nothing to ...
Metrobus ridership in St. John's region down 85 per cent during pandemic
St. John's Transportation Commission chair Coun. Ian Froude described the first quarter of 2020 as “extremely unique and challenging” at Metrobus. Froude provided an update on the situation at Metrobus during Wednesday ...