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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Bridgewater area man faces charges in Oak Island tour ticket scam
'There's no question, this funding is locked in' Feds commit $100 million to Boat Harbour remediation
Ottawa commits $100 million to Boat Harbour remediation project
Cape Breton resident learns about airline check-in deadlines the hard way
A Howie Centre woman says she didn’t have to leave the ground to encounter some airline turbulence. On Tuesday, Paula Hines learned about airport deadlines the hard way, after being denied boarding for her WestJet flight to Toronto, after ...
Wildfire forces Newfoundland woman and family from Alberta home
As a nurse, clinical educator and former volunteer with the fire department, Robyn Dwyer is used to dealing with all kinds of stressful situations. But when the native Newfoundlander and her family were forced Monday to evacuate from the town ...
Rainy, cool weather has been bad for Nova Scotia farmers
“You’ve seen the weather, you physically just can’t drive (farm equipment) on the ground.” - Philip Keddy, Charles Keddy farms The weather has been pretty miserable for anyone ...
Quebec man gets 10 years on Nova Scotia cocaine charge
A Quebec man arrested after a huge drug seizure on the South Shore in September 2017 has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Luc Chevrefils, 60, of Saint-Zotique was found guilty last December of possession of 250 kilograms of cocaine for the ...
Girl recounts horror of shooting that killed Sydney Mines’ Blair Harris
She plucked his eyebrows and pierced his ears on the night he died. Blair Harris was like a big brother to her. “He always liked to look good for the ladies,” the teenager recalled with a quiet laugh. “He was so sweet, the ...
No serious injuries as driver clips bull moose on Trans-Canada near St. John's
There were no serious injuries after an SUV crashed into a ditch Friday night when the driver apparently swerved to avoid a moose. The incident happened at about 9:30 p.m. on the Trans-Canada Highway just east of Paddy’s Pond near St. ...
Senate committee sinks Bill C-69 amendments limiting petroleum board powers
Members of the fishing industry and environmental groups say they feel ignored after a Senate committee struck down proposed amendments to legislation that would have limited the power of offshore petroleum boards in environmental assessments. The ...
Gonorrhea on the rise in Eastern Newfoundland
A noticeable increase in the number of gonorrhea cases in eastern Newfoundland has prompted Eastern Health to issue a reminder about the importance of safer sex practices. Safer sex practices include the regular use of condoms and oral dams and ...
NL VOTES: Liberals win, and lose, Newfoundland and Labrador election
Dwight Ball has made history — but maybe not in the way he wanted to. “No one can say my political career has been boring,” Ball told a crowded ballroom at the Greenwood Inn in Corner Brook. For the first time since 1971, ...
All about that bass: Nova Scotia man hooks monster fish in Annapolis River after tidal station shutdown
The sun was just breaking over the Annapolis River on Tuesday morning when Chad Cook cast his line. It was a sleepy beginning to what would be another long day on the river. He’d fish until the tide dropped, go dig clams for six hours, ...