RCMP close Highway 101 at Berwick for 'unfolding situation'
Nova Scotia RCMP have closed Highway 101 at exits 15 and 16 in Berwick this morning due to an "unfolding situation." It is expected to be closed for most of the day, police said.
Canadian detained in China says International Crisis Group
A former Canadian diplomat who once worked in China has been detained there, according to the International Crisis Group. It says it is aware of reports that Michael Korvig, its North East Asia senior adviser, is being held and ICG is trying to secure his release.
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Thunder Bay Police Services Board swears in first Indigenous chair
Celina Reitberger, the first Indigenous chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board was sworn in Monday. Reitberger, a member of Fort William First Nation, was appointed to the board by the provincial government in December 2017.
Ready for more snow? Avalon Peninsula under another winter storm watch
High winds and more than 15 centimetres of snow expected starting Wednesday afternoon
Calgary mayor furious county may ask Alberta to halt 'critical' Springbank flood mitigation
Rocky View County will consider Tuesday whether to ask the province to delay a major flood mitigation project upstream from Calgary — a move the city's mayor is calling "ludicrous."
Canadian Music Class Challenge: 2018 top 10 finalists revealed
From more than 1,000 entries down to 70 — these are the top 10 finalists in each category of the 2018 Canadian Music Class Challenge!
Minimalism: Upper-class luxury or liberating lifestyle?
In a world of stuff, there's a movement that sells the idea of space as a path to happiness. But some critics see this lifestyle trend as self-centered, and say it includes its own kind of consumerism that only people with money can afford.
How an Island DJ is hoping to bring more women to electronic music
Crystal Kennedy is hoping to turn the table on P.E.I.'s music scene with her upcoming event, SHE.
Saint Joseph's Oratory defends its 'Millennial Nativity'
Saint Joseph's Oratory is defending its modern, "hipster" take on the nativity scene, saying that Christmas tableaus of Jesus's birth have always kept with the times.
British government aims for vote on Brexit withdrawal before Jan. 21
Britain's Parliament will vote on whether to approve Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal before Jan. 21, her spokesperson told reporters on Tuesday.
Orléans school investigating how 4-year-old wandered away
Two members of the public found the boy walking alone near École élémentaire catholique Arc-En-Ciel last week.
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Dennis Oland's defence wanted to have blood, DNA evidence from brown jacket thrown out
Dennis Oland's defence team wanted to have forensic evidence from his blood-stained brown sports jacket deemed inadmissible at his murder retrial, but realized the judge was bound by a higher court decision on the issue, recently released court documents show.
Holiday time for loved one with dementia needs flexible plan, care home chief says
Joy Birch of Highview Residences in Kitchener offers advice on how to plan ahead for celebrating the holidays when you have a loved one with dementia. Number one: be nimble in planning, as busy events can be overwhelming.
1 year after Fond-du-Lac crash, airline CEO vows 'we will never be in this situation again'
A de-icing machine is now in place at the Fond-du-Lac airport, where a West Wind Aviation passenger flight crashed nearby just under a year ago. One person died two months after the crash.
Calgarians plan to hit the malls in more subdued manner this Christmas
With a shadow hanging over Alberta's economy, it appears many Calgarians are taking a more conservative approach to holiday shopping this year.
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The gift of giving back: Keeping the Christmas spirit alive with your kids
As kids write their lists to Santa, it's important to remember those in need. But once the Christmas tree is packed away, how can we help teach our kids to keep that spirit alive?
Dease Pool to be shuttered for 2019 swimming season
The oldest public pool in Thunder Bay, Ont., will not see anymore belly flops or cannonballs.
At least 2 corrections officers suspended from N.W.T. jail
The territorial government would not confirm the number of employees suspended or the nature of the investigations.
First meeting of newly elected Charlottetown Council marked by confusion and debate
Monday night's first meeting of the newly elected Charlottetown council has left Mayor Phillip Brown disappointed.
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Lack of accessible apartments forces Summerside man to live in motel
A Summerside man with a disability says a shortage of accessible apartments is forcing him to live in a motel.
Extra money budgeted for lawyers as St. John's faces more lawsuits
Simply put: the city is facing more litigation.
Google accelerating demise of Plus after new security flaw affected 52 million
Google is still having trouble protecting the personal information on its Plus service, prodding the company to accelerate its plans to shut down a little-used social network created to compete against Facebook.