Air Canada cuts 2 late-night flights to St. John's
Air Canada is eliminating two late-night flights that arrive at St. John's International Airport, although the carrier says it will be able to serve customers better with larger aircraft during more popular runs from Halifax and Toronto.
Man killed, woman injured in overnight shooting downtown
Multiple shots rang out around 12:15 a.m. on King Street W., near Brant Street.
Most auto thefts crimes of opportunity says RNC
The RNC says nearly 300 cars were stolen this year and most of the thefts were crimes of opportunity and out on a joyride. Police urge people not to leave the keys in the ignition and lock car doors. And don't leave keys too close to the door at home.
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High hopes for secretive working group's report on rescuing Saint John
A special working group is expected to issue recommendations in January on solutions for the City of Saint John's long-term financial problems.
How love, luck and first responders saved a life at a St. John's salon
Two sisters in their 80s went out to get their hair done. They came back with a new appreciation for life, chance and EMTs.
Melnyk didn't want to pay for new arena, Trinity claims
Trinity Development and its founder John Ruddy are countersuing Eugene Melnyk and his sports company for $1 billion, effectively killing any chance of the two ever redeveloping LeBreton Flats or building a new downtown hockey arena.
Busing costs drive school boards deep into deficit
Two eastern Ontario school boards say students could suffer if the province doesn't help them absorb a sudden increase in transportation costs forced on them by recent arbitration.
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Woman charged with witchcraft just 2 days before offence scrubbed from law
A northern Ontario woman was charged with fake witchcraft just two days before the archaic offence was removed from the Criminal Code.
Banning Huawei from building new 5G wireless network won't really hurt Canada's big telecom firms
If the federal government moves to ban Huawei from Canada's 5G network, it is unlikely to have a major financial impact on two of the country's top communication companies who have partnered with the China-based firm, analysts say.
Summerside making affordable housing crunch a top priority
Weeks after being sworn in, the new council is making plans to create an affordable housing policy.
One on One with Markus - Gary Beech
Toward the end of high school, Gary Beech didn’t exactly have a plan as to what he was going to do after graduation.
Canadian yellow vest protests unlike French movement, despite similar attire: U of S prof
A Saskatchewan political science professor says the yellow-vest protesters are 'different' than the original movement they've taken their symbolism from.
University clean room to aid in nano-technology research
University engineers developing micro-technology components will have a room to make them soon.
Avenir Centre funding unsettled as group disputes its original commitment
The doors are open and fans are attending games by the thousands, yet a key part of how Moncton plans to pay for the Avenir Centre still hasn’t been settled.
'It helps to help': Organ donor's mom urges more families to say yes to donation
Nova Scotia used to be a provincial leader in organ donation, but in recent years it has fallen behind. Last year, there were only 16 organ donors, and 12 families declined consent. Now there are calls to change the system to identify more organ donors and create a culture where every family talks about donation.
City admits Downtown Sudbury parking app won't be ready by end of 2018
CBC Sudbury has learned plans for an app to pay for metered parking in downtown Sudbury has been delayed after initially being promised to be operational by the end of 2018.
Public Wi-Fi coming to Queen West next spring
The Queen Street West Business Improvement Association is bringing Wi-Fi to the area in a bid to boost business.
Acura asks vehicle owners to pay to diagnose possible defect
A Cape Breton man is accusing Acura of “gouging” customers after he was informed he would be required to pay for an oil change needed to diagnose a manufacturer's defect.
Drugmaker GSK to split after striking Pfizer consumer health deal
GlaxoSmithKline plans to split into two businesses — one for prescription drugs and vaccines, the other for over-the-counter products — after forming a new joint venture with Pfizer's consumer health division.