Carmichael Stewart House Museum plans for the summer season
Chamber of Commerce presents unique booklet to newcomer centre
Bridge playing events in Pictou County dedicated to Alzheimer’s awareness
Pictou County Vital Signs hosts sounding board meeting
Elmer MacKay joins Cecil Clarke’s leadership campaign
Stellarton piper joins Ottawa’s Ceremonial Guard
Yarmouth County municipal units to apply for infrastructure funding for upgrades to ferry terminal facility
Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber prop from 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back' being displayed in Cavendish
Theme song released as countdown hits 50 days
NRHS hands out the hardware
Pictou County man walks the walk
Busy fishing derby brings many out to Sunny Brae area
'Ideological sex clubs:' Alberta gay-straight alliance law faces court challenge
EDMONTON — Alberta's law banning schools from telling parents when their children join a gay-straight alliance faces its first legal challenge. A Court of Queen's Bench judge in Medicine Hat, Alta., is to hear arguments ...
I didn't consent, woman tells court martial of Halifax military cop
HALIFAX — A military officer has told a Halifax court martial she did not consent to sex with a military policeman charged with sexual assault. The woman had testified Monday she no idea how Sgt. Kevin MacIntyre made it into her hotel room ...
Crown recommends 150-year prison term for Quebec City mosque shooter
QUEBEC — The man who gunned down six Muslim men in a Quebec City mosque deserves to spend 150 years in prison, a Crown prosecutor said Tuesday as he recommended Alexandre Bissonnette receive the longest sentence in ...
Opioid death toll in Canada nearly 4,000 last year, new data shows
OTTAWA — Nearly 4,000 Canadians died from apparent opioid overdoses last year, with men the most likely victims and fentanyl the clear culprit, new government figures show. The numbers released Tuesday came as the federal government announced ...
Commons committee calls on Liberals to subject parties to privacy laws
OTTAWA — A committee of MPs is calling on the federal government to make political parties and players subject to federal privacy laws to prevent nefarious actors from manipulating Canadian elections. Political parties are only bound by ...
NewsAlert: opioid death toll nearly 4,000 last year, new data shows
OTTAWA — New government figures show that nearly 4,000 Canadians died from apparent opioid overdoses last year, with men the most likely victims and fentanyl the clear culprit. The numbers are being released as the government unveils plans to ...
Canadians sign letter opposing U.S. Arctic drilling in wildlife sanctuary
Thousands of Canadians are asking American regulators not to allow oil drilling in an Alaskan wildlife sanctuary that is home to a crucial transboundary caribou herd. The request comes in a letter delivered Tuesday, the last day for comments to ...
N.S. housing wait also long for poor without disabilities, witness testifies
HALIFAX — A human rights hearing heard today that public housing wait times for thousands of Nova Scotians can go on for years, much as it often does for people with intellectual disabilities awaiting a home. Government lawyers ...
Trump assails Canadian tariffs, accuses people of smuggling U.S. goods home
OTTAWA — U.S. President Donald Trump launched another trade tirade against Canadians, accusing them Tuesday of sneaking their American shopping back home — all because of what he calls "massive" tariffs on American goods. Speaking to a ...
Bucks' Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown sued the city of Milwaukee and its police department Tuesday, saying officers' use of a stun gun during his arrest for a parking violation constitutes excessive force and that they targeted him because he is ...