Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
The Guardian's Quick Question
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
Nova Scotian twins have fascinator-ing day chatting with the Queen at Buckingham Palace
Irving to build two more Arctic patrol ships in Halifax
Cape Breton resident learns about airline check-in deadlines the hard way
Wildfire forces Newfoundland woman and family from Alberta home
Rainy, cool weather has been bad for Nova Scotia farmers
Quebec man gets 10 years on Nova Scotia cocaine charge
Gonorrhea on the rise in Eastern Newfoundland
A noticeable increase in the number of gonorrhea cases in eastern Newfoundland has prompted Eastern Health to issue a reminder about the importance of safer sex practices. Safer sex practices include the regular use of condoms and oral dams and ...
NL VOTES: Liberals win, and lose, Newfoundland and Labrador election
Dwight Ball has made history — but maybe not in the way he wanted to. “No one can say my political career has been boring,” Ball told a crowded ballroom at the Greenwood Inn in Corner Brook. For the first time since 1971, ...
All about that bass: Nova Scotia man hooks monster fish in Annapolis River after tidal station shutdown
The sun was just breaking over the Annapolis River on Tuesday morning when Chad Cook cast his line. It was a sleepy beginning to what would be another long day on the river. He’d fish until the tide dropped, go dig clams for six hours, ...
Busy as usual forest fire season predicted in Atlantic Canada
OTTAWA - While Western Canadians are facing another potential record-breaking year for forest fires, it’s looking like things will remain status quo for the Atlantic provinces. Federal fire officials provided a forecast for the forest fire ...
Feds poised to declare national climate emergency
“We can no longer rely on incremental climate action.” -Emma Norton, Ecology Action Centre OTTAWA - Canada could be the next country to declare a climate emergency if a government motion ...
Les suêtes wind storm topples tractor-trailer near Cheticamp
A Cape Breton community is calling for safety measures to protect drivers from a weather phenomenon known as les suêtes. On Wednesday morning, an empty cargo trailer left the road in St. Joseph du Moine after encountering extremely high ...
Polls show the Newfoundland and Labrador Liberals and Tories are almost even, and the district races are tight
Ivan Winsor, from Triton, has been driving DRL buses for 17 years. He drove the first DRL bus out of St. John’s all those years ago. In 2015, he drove the bus for the Liberals when they first formed the government under Premier Dwight ...
‘Not backing down’: Heritage Collegiate school council concerned with teacher allocations for next year
The school council for Heritage Collegiate in Lethbridge is responding with outrage to the recent teaching unit allocation numbers for the next school year. Finding out on May 6 the school will have one teaching position in a “hold ...
Discovery Aspiring Geopark holds public information sessions ahead of site visit
The public needn’t fear any changes or regulations coming to the Bonavista Peninsula area if the Discovery Aspiring Geopark Inc. (DAGI) becomes certified as a UNESCO Global Geopark — because there won’t be any. In a series of ...
Some New Brunswick students held inside schools Wednesday
An incident between students from two New Brunswick schools caused three institutions to be placed under “hold and secure” protocol for a portion of the morning Wednesday, May 15. At around 10:30 a.m. JMA Armstrong High ...