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Mennonite farming couple introduces grass-fed and finished beef to P.E.I. from their ...
New York-style pizza shop, Satellite Pizza, opens in Confederation Court Mall
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Ukrainian man details family’s experience after immigrating to Canada
Body found in New Waterford Lake
N.L. man denied entry to bar because of neck tattoos
Lawyer appears for Nova Scotia man accused of yelling obscenity at TV reporter
Woman inspired by special Bell Island foster mother
BUDGET 2018: Liberals champion their values in 2018 budget aimed at long-term vision
Minneapolis officer charged in shooting of Australian woman
MINNEAPOLIS — A Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman in July minutes after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault behind her home was charged Tuesday with murder and manslaughter. Officer Mohamed Noor ...
First lady to hold first public event on cyberbullying
WASHINGTON — Melania Trump is hosting executives from major online and social media companies to discuss cyberbullying and being safe on the internet. During the 2016 presidential campaign, she identified online bullying as the issue she would pursue ...
N.S. surplus boosted by marijuana sales, as province plans modest spending hikes
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Liberal government is counting on cash from marijuana sales to help it deliver a third consecutive balanced budget, which includes modest spending increases for a heavily stressed health ...
Spy agencies to explore Facebook data scandal as Canada hints at tougher laws
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is turning to its spy agency and high-tech cybersleuths to ensure the privacy rights of Canadians are being protected as revelations swirl about Facebook data being exploited for political gain. And ...
Police release photos of suspected truck in Aboriginal man's hit-and-run death
FREDERICTON — Police have released pictures of a GMC pick-up truck suspected to have been involved in a hit-and-run death that has left a New Brunswick First Nation grieving and seeking justice. RCMP Cpl. Jullie Rogers-Marsh says the ...
Google launches news initiative to support media, combat fake news
TORONTO — Google is putting fake news in its crosshairs as it rolls out a news initiative aimed at stopping the spread of misinformation and helping publishers attract more subscribers. The technology company said Tuesday it will spend $392 ...
Pakistan bans TV host for 3 months over false report
ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's supreme court has banned a TV host from appearing on-air for three months over his false report that the rape and murder of a young girl was linked to an international network for child pornography. Shahid Masood was also ...
Renee Zellweger transforms into Judy Garland for film
LONDON — Renee Zellweger has transformed her looks and is working on her singing skills as she starts a new film about Judy Garland. Principal photography for "Judy" is underway in London, and the producers have released a photo of the Academy Award ...
Officials: Mississippi governor to appoint a woman to Senate
JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi's governor will appoint the state's agriculture commissioner to fill the Senate vacancy that will soon be created when veteran Sen. Thad Cochran retires, three state Republicans told The Associated Press on Tuesday. Cindy ...
Study urges hospitals to reduce paper documents to protect patient privacy
TORONTO — Hospitals should step up their efforts to protect patient privacy by trying to generate less paper and ensure confidential files are shredded rather than recycled, a new study suggested Tuesday. The research, undertaken by staff at ...