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Drunk woman drives herself to P.E.I. hospital
Retired nurse and husband donate $100,000 to P.E.I.'s Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Privatizing home care on P.E.I. concern for union
Irish Moss Festival being bullied, says Tignish mayor
Margaret Andrade throws her hat in the ring for P.E.I. NDP leadership
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Frosty Night fireworks bring large crowd to Victoria Row
Former Ontario PC leader says he grew the party, so he should get to lead it
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The former leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives says he helped grow the party to unprecedented levels, so he should be the one to lead it into the upcoming election. Patrick Brown was forced out of his position last month ...
Russia: 5 dead in church shooting; police kill suspect
MAKHACHKALA, Russia — A gunman opened fire with a hunting rifle on churchgoers leaving a service in Russia's Dagestan region, killing five people and wounding four others, then was shot and killed by police, authorities say. The shootings took place ...
Music industry struggles to shake ugly legacy of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll
TORONTO — Allegations of sexual misconduct swirling around pop-rockers Hedley have put the spotlight on an industry long defined by the mantra of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll — but several music veterans believe a powerful sea ...
'Behind in our preparation:' Nunavut rushing to meet pot deadline
IQALUIT, Nunavut — With marijuana legalization only months away, members of Nunavut's new government are finally discussing how the territory will handle the change. "We do feel behind in our preparation," said Dan Carlson, Nunavut's deputy ...
Saskatchewan's first mental hospital closing its doors after 100 years
NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask. — At its peak, the massive red-brick complex with a scenic view of he North Saskatchewan River was a community unto itself. Saskatchewan Hospital, which first opened to patients in 1914, had its own barns, ...
Oilsands tech touted for pipeline capacity boost still years from deployment
CALGARY — Two years after a blue-ribbon panel called on the Alberta government to encourage partial upgrading of bitumen from the oilsands to enhance value and free up more pipeline room for exports, the idea remains years away from ...
Murder trial of former Newfoundland athlete enters final phase this week
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Anne Norris appears an unlikely killer. The former elite Newfoundland athlete, whose father was once the province's top civil servant, admits she repeatedly hit Marcel Reardon in the head with a hammer early ...
Russian athlete suspected of doping at Olympics
GANGNEUNG, Korea, Republic Of — The Russian delegation at the Pyeongchang Olympics has announced that one of its athletes has failed a drug test. Two Russian state news agencies cited Konstantin Vybornov, spokesman for the "Olympic Athletes from ...
New Brunswick teen behind good-deed movement #BeccaToldMeTo dies of cancer at 18
RIVERVIEW, N.B. — A New Brunswick teenager who turned a terminal prognosis into a online movement that has inspired acts of kindness across the globe has died of brain cancer. Rebecca Schofield of Riverview, N.B., died in ...
Sajjan asks Trudeau to meet Indian politician behind Sikh separatist controversy
AGRA, India — The Canadian government is now seeking a meeting with the Indian politician who publicly accused members of Trudeau's cabinet of being connected to the Sikh separatist movement. While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family spent ...