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Melvin associate faces 15 charges from weekend car crash in Halifax
An associate of the Melvin crime family faces weapons and impaired driving charges from a car crash in Halifax on the weekend. Andrew Jason Hudder, 34, of Halifax is accused of fleeing from police Saturday in a Volkswagen Jetta while in possession ...
St. John's approves new Churchill Square design
The design plan to give Churchill Square new life was given the official green light from St. John’s city council Monday. But work may not get underway for several months. The project will be added to the city’s long list of capital ...
Federal budget 2021 pledges $101 billion for child care and recovery spending as debt ratio skyrockets
OTTAWA — In their first full budget since the COVID-19 pandemic devastated Canada’s economy, the Liberals are promising $101 billion in massive new spending on a national child-care program, support programs for affected businesses and ...
Rogers customers can't make calls, use data in countrywide outage
Rogers Communications Inc.’s chief technology officer is apologizing after a countrywide outage on Monday left many of its customers unable to make calls, text or use network data. Outage hotspots appeared to be most concentrated in southern ...
Newfoundland and Labrador to benefit from sustained pandemic relief
The first 2021 federal budget in two years offered little in direct aid to help pull Newfoundland and Labrador out from under its crippling debt, but its heavy emphasis on continued COVID-19 relief and beefed up social programs will be ...
Sydney walk-in clinic on verge of closing if funding cannot be secured
The Sydney walk-in clinic will not be closing at the end of the month but its future operation still has a critical diagnosis. “Dr. (Mohsen) Yavari contacted us Friday and said he would keep it open longer to give us more time to try ...
REPLAY: Chrystia Freeland delivers Canada's federal budget
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will present a budget April 19 at about 5 p.m. ADT. with billions of dollars for pandemic recovery measures as COVID-19 infections skyrocket, $2 billion toward national child care, and new taxes ...
All eyes on Cogeco after CRTC's landmark wireless ruling
All eyes are on Cogeco Inc. following a decision issued last week by Canada’s telecommunications regulator meant to encourage more competition in the wireless market. In the long-awaited ruling, the Canadian Radio-television and ...
New Brunswick reports nine new COVID-19 cases April 19
FREDERICTON, N.B. – New Brunswick public health reported nine new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, April 19. In a release, public health said one new case is in health zone 1 (Moncton region), and involves an individual aged 20-29. ...
Newfoundland reports three new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, April 19
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland continued inching upward on Monday with three new infections reported. Combined with four cases announced over the weekend and no new recoveries, the province now has 25 active cases — ...