Employee in Pictou robbed at knife point in parking lot
Premier McNeil responds to MLAs' letter about Northern Pulp controversy
Minor flooding in Blue Acres
Lack of public consultation ahead of Northern Pulp’s submission of ...
Northern Pulp, Part 1: Successive governments signed away Nova Scotia ...
New Glasgow man pulls fake gun during arrest on child porn charges
New Glasgow teenager named bantam female athlete of the year by Athletics Nova Scotia
Pictou County Scotians game postponed
HEADLINES & SIDELINES: When the Saints go marching in
Crushers hosting Wildcats at Pictou County Wellness Centre
Crushers new owners thrilled to have MHL franchise
Scotians roll over Blues in home-and home series
Ice proves an unlikely challenge for top figure skaters after N.B. storm
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Some of Canada's top figure skaters were stranded in New Brunswick by weather this week, scrambling to find a way home and suffering some less-than-graceful routines on the ice- and rain-covered streets of Saint John. "It ...
Winnipeg Blue Bombers sign OL Michael Couture to contract extension
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers signed Canadian offensive lineman Michael Couture to a one-year extension Tuesday. The six-foot-four, 295-pound native of Burnaby, B.C., was scheduled to become a free agent next month. Couture, taken No. 10 ...
Kevin Gilmore takes over for Joey Saputo as president of Montreal Impact
Montreal Impact owner Joey Saputo is stepping down as president of the MLS club, handing those duties to Kevin Gilmore. A 54-year-old Saguenay, Que., native, Gilmore has worked in executive roles with the Montreal Canadiens, the Los Angeles ...
Canada missing Milos Raonic, Vasek Pospisil for Davis Cup tie in Slovakia
MONTREAL — Canada will be short-handed for a Davis Cup qualifier in Slovakia next month. Milos Raonic is not on the list of players to represent Canada in the clay-court tie Feb. 1-2. The Thornhill, Ont., product is No. 17 in the world and was ...
Rugby Canada Hall of Fame a family affair for hard-nosed forward Hans de Goede
Hans de Goede, a hard-nosed lock forward who captained Canada at the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987, is headed to Rugby Canada's Hall of Fame. He will be joined by fellow internationals Mark Wyatt, Scott Stewart and Julie ...
Canadian talent abound on newly revamped Vancouver Whitecaps squad
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps may need to stock up on maple syrup now that there are so many Canadians on the roster. Head coach Marc Dos Santos said he didn't plan on filling the team with homegrown talent, but 11 of ...
Vancouver's Rebecca Marino drops opener at Oracle Challenger
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Canada's Rebecca Marino lost 6-4, 6-4 to Mexico's Renata Zarazua in a first-round match at the Oracle Challenger on Tuesday. The 258th-ranked Zarazua converted on both of her break-point opportunities en route to the ...
B.C. women step up late for win over Northern Ontario at Canadian juniors
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — B.C. scored two in the eighth end and one in the ninth to post a 7-4 win over Northern Ontario in Canadian junior curling championships women's action on Tuesday morning. The win for skip Sarah Nicole Daniels pushed B.C.'s ...
Ten players looking to boost their stock at CHL Top Prospects Game
TORONTO — For one night only, the players come to the scouts. NHL scouts from all 31 clubs will be in attendance when 40 draft-eligible skaters suit up in the Canadian Hockey League's annual Top Prospects Game on ...
Scottish midfielder Adam Wilson pinching himself at Toronto FC training camp
Adam Wilson was playing Xbox in a Louisville hotel room during the MLS SuperDraft, waiting to move into his new apartment. "I was a week into school. I had already come to terms with myself that I wasn't getting drafted and I was going back to ...