Doug Ford's triumphant PCs gather for first caucus meeting
As premier-designate Doug Ford forges ahead with his plans even before formally taking power, his victorious Progressive Conservative candidates arrive at the Legislature Tuesday for their first caucus meeting since the election.
Cycling PEI questions proposed bike lane on Fitzroy Street
Cycling PEI's executive director Mike Connolly said the city's proposal for a two-way bike lane is good in theory but will be hard to implement.
Moove over cows, these dairy farmers are gone cracked
When Newfoundland and Labrador offered up extra quota for egg production, Pauline Duivenvoorden and Phil MacLean were eager to become new entrants in the industry.
Mineral deposits at Voisey's Bay 'exquisite,' says geology professor
Questions about the fate of mining operations at Voisey's Bay over the past year have been replaced by unbridled hope and enthusiasm.
Doctor's diagnosis leads her to push harder for early lung cancer screening
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Ex-MP received 'secret' cut of $12.4M deal in resort town run by his sister, OPP probe alleges
Facebook's 'unpleasant underbelly' policed by thousands of content reviewers worldwide
No swimming allowed as N.B. hopes for Blue Flag designation for clean water at Parlee Beach
Auto tariffs could cost Canada 160,000 jobs, TD estimates
Inviting 'very difficult conversations': Why the AGO welcomes debate over Indigenous art
Hudson's Bay, other stores pressured to dump Trump products, amid tariff tiff
Quebec replaces high school history text to include more Indigenous content
'It kills that mass market': Burgeoning British bourbon market braces for EU tariffs on U.S. exports
Children's distress may help Trump bargain for his border wall
Viral video of drivers running red light in school zone raises safety concerns
Military warnings about hearing loss may be falling on deaf ears
Health authority decision to skip recruitment event based in part on outdated info
Tuesday will bring an end to high humidity