Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
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Senate committee sinks Bill C-69 amendments limiting petroleum board powers
Gonorrhea on the rise in Eastern Newfoundland
NL VOTES: Liberals win, and lose, Newfoundland and Labrador election
All about that bass: Nova Scotia man hooks monster fish in Annapolis River after tidal station shutdown
Busy as usual forest fire season predicted in Atlantic Canada
Feds poised to declare national climate emergency
Discovery Aspiring Geopark holds public information sessions ahead of site visit
The public needn’t fear any changes or regulations coming to the Bonavista Peninsula area if the Discovery Aspiring Geopark Inc. (DAGI) becomes certified as a UNESCO Global Geopark — because there won’t be any. In a series of ...
Some New Brunswick students held inside schools Wednesday
An incident between students from two New Brunswick schools caused three institutions to be placed under “hold and secure” protocol for a portion of the morning Wednesday, May 15. At around 10:30 a.m. JMA Armstrong High ...
Halifax Regional Municipality auditor flags $36,000 in inappropriate credit card purchases by staff
A host of electronic purchases amounting to more than $36,000 were inappropriately charged to Halifax Regional Municipality credit cards over a 37-month period ending in December. “I don’t think that cellphone cases that are costly, ...
Better days ahead for mistreated Nova Scotia dog injured by porcupine quills
It turns out Bear might have the heart of a lion. When Nova Scotia SPCA enforcement officers first saw the dog in late April, things looked bleak. Bear’s face was filled with porcupine quills, and he had been neglected for so long that the ...
PICTOU COUNTY COLD CASE: Who killed Kevin Martin?
Sometimes, Bonnie Thomas watches a court case come to conclusion on television and hears the family of a murder victim testify that they forgive their loved one’s killer. She swears she couldn’t do it. Certainly not for the ...
Muskrat Falls departures tied to management style: witness
Des Tranquilla was a Muskrat Falls site manager during the formative years of the project, for about 24 months from 2013 to 2015. He arrived with a depth of experience, including with large structures like Astaldi’s “integrated cover ...
‘I’m no hero,’ says St. John's cabbie who saved four lives
For someone being hailed as a hero for saving four lives over the weekend, Mike Stapleton hasn’t slept much in the last two nights. “I keep hearing the screams in my head,” the 63-year-old told The Telegram Tuesday. “I ...
Halifax Explosion survivor James Claes dies at 101
One of the last known Halifax Explosion survivors has died. James Claes was three months old on Dec. 6, 1917. His mom carried him and his older brother to the basement of their north-end home, where they stayed until after the ...
VIDEO: Ducklings rescued from storm drain in Truro
Five youngsters were reunited with their mother on Mothers’ Day. The tiny ducklings fell through a grate into a storm drain on Robie St., and a group of people- including Truro Police Const. Wendy Cormier- took part in a rescue. “I ...
Canning parents pushing for more housing options for son with disabilities
Brendon Purdy-Smith’s aging parents wish the future for their son with developmental delays looked as bright as his signature tie-dyed t-shirts. ...