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Dildo residents object to sex store using town as backdrop for products
Catalina man sentenced in assault case, attempted murder charges dropped
ANALYSIS: Muskrat Falls Inquiry evidence says we should demand better
Jimmy Kimmel now honorary mayor of Dildo, N.L., promises to visit
Nova Scotia pedophile Fenwick MacIntosh out of jail, living next to playground
Stolen purse turns up after nearly 40 years hiding in Halifax
VIDEO: Cape Breton hospitality brings Vermont tourists back
The waves rocked the boat as Còig musician Chrissy Crowley played her fiddle and fellow musician Colin Grant showed off his step-dancing skills. Video shows Grant laughing as he tries not to fall overboard the Keeping Traditions as it rides ...
UPDATE: Deportation Heritage Minute shot in Annapolis Valley debuts on National Acadian Day
He doesn’t think it could be more fitting for a Heritage Minute that tells the story of the Acadian Deportation to be released on National Acadian Day ...
Newfoundland and Labrador premier joins push to have Jimmy Kimmel visit
The push to coax American talk show host Jimmy Kimmel to visit this province has been so strong, even the premier is getting in on it. On his Twitter page this morning, Premier Dwight Ball posted, “Hey @jimmykimmel, what are you waiting for? ...
Nova Scotian returns wallet found in Newfoundland with $1,000 in cash, refuses to keep money as reward
An Alberta man says his faith in humanity has been restored after his lost wallet with credit cards and more than $1,000 in cash was found in Newfoundland by a Nova Scotian tourist and mailed back to him. Bob Gillard said he made an eight-day trip ...
Fredericton Police commemorate one-year anniversary of shooting
On the one-year anniversary of the Fredericton shooting, a statement by local police recognized the compassion shown by Fredericton residents in the wake of the tragedy. On August 10, 2018, Donnie Robichaud, 42, and Bobbi-Lee Wright, 32, ...
RCMP officer shoots and kills driver of stolen vehicle in Truro
The province’s Serious Incident Response Team said Sunday that no new information is being released yet about a case that started out as a report of a stolen vehicle and ended in a fatal shooting by a Mountie in Truro early ...
From air cadet to fighter pilot: Clarenville’s Lt-Col. Mark Hickey earns Meritorious Service Medal from Canadian Air Force
Ever since he was a young child living in Gander, Lt.-Col. Mark Hickey says he had a fascination with airplanes. “My folks and my family say that, at four or five years old, I was always pointing at the airplanes at Gander International ...
Atlantic Canada’s alt-right fringe
Widely known for its friendly people and hospitality, Atlantic Canada isn’t the first place that comes to mind as a breeding ground for the alt-right. But experts say the current political climate and rise of extreme right-wing ideologies in ...
Dildo residents thrilled after Jimmy Kimmel features town
Dean Reid is quick to crack a joke when asked his thoughts on his and his fellow Dildo residents’ recent international fame. “It’s perfect. Everyone is pretty excited about it,” he said, laughing. “I’m still ...
Staring at a gull could help save your snacks, U.K. study finds
Lock eyes with a herring gull and you’re less likely to lose your lunch, a new study says. University of Exeter researchers placed a clear bag of chips along the ground of coastal areas of Cornwall, U.K., and studied how long it took ...