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Crews repair power outages in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia after windy storm

Crews repair power outages in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia after windy storm

HALIFAX — Newfoundland power crews were continuing to restore electricity Sunday evening to almost 1,200 customers after a strong wind and rain storm swept across the Atlantic region over the weekend.
Who's in, who's out and who else may join the Conservative party leadership race

Who's in, who's out and who else may join the Conservative party leadership race

OTTAWA — With Sept. 10 picked as the date for when the Conservative Party of Canada will have a new leader, time is ticking for prospective candidates and their teams to get into place.
Military crew now all out of hospital after CH-149 Cormorant helicopter crash in N.L.

Military crew now all out of hospital after CH-149 Cormorant helicopter crash in N.L.

GANDER, N.L. — All of the crew members hospitalized following a Cormorant military helicopter crash last week at the Gander, N.L., airport have been discharged from hospital.
Not achievable: Mining association objects to proposed federal coal effluent rules

Not achievable: Mining association objects to proposed federal coal effluent rules

Canada's mining industry is pushing back against proposed tougher federal coal effluent rules, saying the draft regulations aren't practical or backed by science.
Tattoos, baked goods, concerts among creative fundraisers for Ukraine in Canada

Tattoos, baked goods, concerts among creative fundraisers for Ukraine in Canada

While many Canadians are digging into their pockets to offer what they can to Ukrainians affected by war, some Ottawa residents have made more permanent shows of support.
Experts cautiously optimistic as COVID-19 pandemic enters third year

Experts cautiously optimistic as COVID-19 pandemic enters third year

As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into a third year,many experts are expressing cautious optimismthat Canada has passed the need for lockdowns and the widespread safety protocols that marked much of the last 24 months.
Quebec sugar shack owners say the COVID-19 pandemic saved the iconic industry

Quebec sugar shack owners say the COVID-19 pandemic saved the iconic industry

MONTREAL — Sugar shack owners across Quebec are reopening their dining rooms for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and strangely, they are crediting the novel coronavirus with revitalizing their industry.
Communication snafus plagued RCMP's response to Nova Scotia mass shooting: documents

Communication snafus plagued RCMP's response to Nova Scotia mass shooting: documents

HALIFAX — Repeated communication failures were partly to blame for the Nova Scotia RCMP’s inability to stop a gunman from killing 22 people over a 13-hour span in April 2020, recently released documents show.
Highlights from Statistics Canada's two-year update on COVID-19 pandemic's impact

Highlights from Statistics Canada's two-year update on COVID-19 pandemic's impact

OTTAWA — The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up many aspects of Canadian life. As the pandemic’s second anniversary arrives, Statistics Canada reviewed the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 across the country.
Ottawa urged to pause proposed B.C. port expansion, consider alternative plan

Ottawa urged to pause proposed B.C. port expansion, consider alternative plan

VANCOUVER — A plan to build a new shipping container terminal the size of nearly 144 football fields at a major Metro Vancouver port has sparked a rival proposal along with concerns for endangered orcas and the salmon they depend on.