The Journal Pioneer
Getting a grip on graffiti in St. John's: City creates task force to tackle century-old concern
Wedding ring lost in Bras d’Or Lake on first anniversary found 11 years later on same day
Crown says man has ‘absolutely no remorse’ for Mount Pearl attack on ex-girlfriend
Page felt 'compelled' to act on environmental racism in Nova Scotia
Halifax police officer arrested
Newfoundland and Labrador farmers must call in conservation officer to manage moose: minister
VIDEO: Royal Navy’s largest-ever aircraft carrier visits Halifax
The Royal Navy’s 65,000-tonne warship, its biggest ever, arrived in Halifax on Thursday for an historic first visit. HMS Queen Elizabeth is being joined in the harbour by other ships from the UK Carrier Strike Group, on a deployment called ...
Novice driver suspended 21 years ago taken into custody in St. John's
Police hope a man who was supposed to have been learning to drive finally learned his lesson. According to the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, the 51-year-old was stopped by a patrol officer early Thursday morning in the west end of St. ...
Munching moose destroying crops in Newfoundland, but province says they can’t be shot: farmer
Moose are apparently devouring vegetable crops in some parts of the province, and farmers claim a change in provincial policy removes their long-standing right to shoot the moose at night. Kent Fudge of Wooddale in central Newfoundland and ...
Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister accused of racism following leaked voice mail
A leaked voice mail has revealed comments by cabinet minister Perry Trimper that lawyers working for the Innu Nation call “racist” and “dehumanizing.” The Innu Nation posted a five-minute audio file of a voice mail left by ...
North Sydney man whose loneliness was eased through compassion dead at 67
A lonely North Sydney man whose life changed through compassion shown by people from as far away as Texas has died. Clyde Harvey, 67, died Sept. 4 at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Palliative Care unit in Sydney, after battling lung cancer the ...
Ellen Page gets behind camera to combat environmental injustice
Early in the new documentary There’s Something in the Water, Shelburne resident Louise Delisle takes filmmakers Ellen Page and Ian Daniel on a tour of her neighbourhood, a largely African-Nova Scotian community which for decades bordered on a ...
Rural Cape Breton fence dispute to be resolved in city boardroom
A dispute over roaming livestock may sound like the basis of a rough and tumble western movie, but it appears one such local quarrel will be resolved in a city hall boardroom. The disagreement involves a group of Mill Creek residents who say an ...
Pace of outage restoration slows in Nova Scotia
The pace of restoration slowed Thursday as Nova Scotia Power turned its attention to smaller outages across the province. As of 4 p.m. on Thursday, the number stood at about 28,000, only about 5,000 fewer than the early morning count. That was a ...
Halifax sex shop robbery sparks manhunt
Police are hunting for a middle-age man who robbed a Halifax sex shop Thursday at knife-point. “At approximately 2:15 p.m. police received a report of a robbery that had occurred at Pleasures and Treasures located at 6232 Quinpool Road in ...
Wedding weathers the storm after hurricane Dorian douses Pictou County couple's plans
This marriage has already weathered a storm, and thanks to some local businesses and families who came together the bride and groom have a sunny start. The wedding was originally scheduled to take place on Sept. 7, but on the morning of the big ...