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Judge rules Roman Catholic corporation not liable for 1950s abuse at Mount Cashel
The corporation is not liable because a senior priest likely didn't believe boys who reported it, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Prominent family's luxury home ruffles feathers in Battery neighbourhood of St. John's
Construction of a private home at the western edge of the Battery overlooking the harbour is not setting well with those who currently live in the area.
'They're doing it right on the street': New gas-sniffing crisis grips Natuashish Innu
Fifteen years after the Innu of Davis Inlet were moved to a fresh start in nearby Natuashish, leaders are once again fighting to keep kids as young as 11 from sniffing gas.
Quebec and N.L.: Why peace won't come quickly between Canada's uneasy neighbours
Headlines were made last month when Quebec began talking about possibly "burying the hatchet" over the lopsided Churchill Falls hydro deal, but there is deep skepticism in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Muskrat Falls opponents say it's a test of Trudeau's aboriginal reconciliation
Supporters of a growing movement to blockade the Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador over methylmercury concerns say it's a test of Justin Trudeau's bid to reconcile with aboriginal people.
Border phone search raises privacy, charter issues, say lawyers
Several thorny questions still haven't been answered in the case of a Quebec man who refused to give border officers his cellphone pass code, say privacy and technology lawyers.
Trudeau won't commit to a Supreme Court judge from Atlantic Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says regional representation is important but won't commit to ensuring the country's top court has a judge from Atlantic Canada.
Newfoundland commemorates Churchill's summit with Roosevelt that shaped history
Ship Harbour, Newfoundland was the scene of a secretive summit 75 years ago that helped shape the course and aftermath of the Second World War.
Conservatives face federal shutout in Newfoundland and Labrador
If Newfoundland and Labrador isn't the ultimate political wasteland for federal Conservatives, it's inhospitably close.
Premiers commit to commission recommendations after meeting with native leaders
Canada's premiers are meeting Wednesday in central Labrador with leaders of the country's aboriginal groups.