AMONG FRIENDS: Pictou artist’s creations set in stone
AT THE LIBRARY: Reaping the rewards of summer reading
OUTDOOR WORLD: Colours to attract fish
Fredericton says good-bye to fallen officers
Fredericton police officers remembered for commitment to duty
CINDY DAY: Cleaning the air, one drop at a time
Female passenger of vehicle dies following two-vehicle collision on Highway 103 in Yarmouth County
Spiritual leader brings messages of inspiration
Former head of Atlantic Police Academy remembers officer killed in Fredericton
Fredericton mayor says community will heal as Brookside neighbours express shock
Vigil held near site of Fredericton shooting
Quakes cut power, topple buildings on Indonesian island
SEMBALUN, Indonesia — A strong earthquake has cut power across the Indonesian island of Lombok and destroyed buildings as the tourist hotspot tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people. The shallow magnitude 6.9 ...
Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Couillard march in Montreal's Pride parade
MONTREAL — Thousands of cheering spectators lined the streets of Montreal on Sunday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued what has become a yearly tradition of walking in the city's colourful Pride ...
Range of reactions to possible holiday to mark legacy of residential schools
The federal government's intention to enact a statutory holiday aimed at remembering the legacy of Canada's residential school system has drawn mixed reactions from Indigenous Canadians, with responses to the plan ranging from cautious ...
Privacy issue with online pot sales after legalization needs watching: experts
TORONTO — Buyers who have to provide personal information to purchase recreational pot online after legalization this fall should be able to rely on existing laws to protect their privacy but the issue needs to be watched closely to ...
Aretha Franklin came to Washington to sing - and for history
Throughout her career, Aretha Franklin often returned to the nation's capital for performances that at times put her in line with key moments of U.S. History. The "Queen of Soul" sang for diplomats, welcomed emperors and brought one president — ...
Two young brothers suffer serious injuries in Montreal dog attack
MONTREAL — Two young brothers were seriously injured on Sunday when they were bitten by a dog in Montreal. Police say the boys' family had agreed to look after the dog, which belonged to an acquaintance, in their apartment in the city's ...
Wildfire smoke from B.C. gets in the way of mountain scenery for tourists
JASPER, Alta. — Smoke from wildfires that's blanketing parts of Alberta does more than just irritate the eyes and throats of visitors to the province's mountain parks — it obscures the spectacular scenery that many have ...
'Hard on water:' Smoke not the only long-range effect of wildfires
Smoke isn't the only way wildfires affect people and places far from the flames. Researchers are studying how blackened forests affect ecosystems and water quality far downstream just as hundreds of blazes in British Columbia are darkening skies as ...
'It's time for us to heal:' Fredericton begins to move forward after shooting
FREDERICTON — The start of a new week marks a time for Fredericton to begin healing as a community, the city's police chief said Sunday, as officers cleaned up a makeshift memorial dedicated to two constables gunned down earlier this ...
100s of S. Koreans to enter North to reunite with loved ones
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — About 200 South Koreans and their family members prepared to cross into North Korea on Monday for heart-wrenching meetings with relatives most haven't seen since they were separated by the turmoil of the Korean War. The ...