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Meteorites found in Canada cannot be removed from the country without permit

An American museum will have to navigate export laws if it tries to buy portions of a meteorite believed to have landed in New Brunswick last month.

Police in India search for suspects in connection with Akwesasne drowning deaths

Police in India say they are looking for three men in connection with the deaths of a family from Gujarat who perished trying to cross into the United States by boat through Akwesasne, Que., in March.

Indian authorities aim to extradite Canadians to face charges over Manitoba border deaths

Indian authorities have started the process to extradite two Canadians to face charges after a family of four froze to death in southern Manitoba while trying to cross into the United States, a police officer says.

One of the last of his generation, WW II vet dies in Fredericton

Originally from Ontario, Angus Hamilton, who served as a radar technician in Southeast Asia during the Second World War and returned home to a successful career in the civil service and academia, has died in Fredericton at the age of 100.

A giant sandpiper sculpture has returned to an N.B. town — but its fate is uncertain

A giant sculpture of a semipalmated sandpiper once again looks over Dorchester, N.B., after being paid for by an unnamed group. However, the municipality of Tantramar said it was reinstalled without permission.

Family of Indian nationals who died in Quebec shocked by river crossing attempt

An Indian national who died with his family last week when a boat capsized in the St. Lawrence River during what authorities believe was an attempt to enter the United States was "mortally afraid of water," says his cousin.

Indian police identify family of 4 whose bodies were found in St. Lawrence River near Akwesasne

The four Indian nationals whose bodies were among eight pulled from the St. Lawrence River last week had been travelling in Canada on a tourist visa, a police official from their home state said Monday.

Remote Labrador location potential training ground for astronauts

The conditions at the Mistastin crater are kind of like those on the moon.

An Indian family of 4 died trying to cross into U.S. last year. Their surviving relatives still have questions

Baldev Patel's son, 39-year-old Jagdish Baldevbhai Patel, was found dead along with his wife and two children on Jan. 19, 2022, near a border crossing between Manitoba and the United States.

Atlantic provinces see rapid growth in immigration, Census figures show

Census dats shows the Atlantic provinces have become a magnet for immigrants.