An Amber Alert issued by Cape Breton Regional Police on Friday has been cancelled, as the missing youth has been located safe early Saturday morning says police.
The inquiry into Nova Scotia’s 2020 mass shooting, says four pages of handwritten notes that sparked a political firestorm in Ottawa this week, weren’t immediately submitted when subpoenaed by its investigators.
After a week of criticism and anger at the Mass Casualty Commission in Nova Scotia, and outcry in a rural area of New Brunswick, there are questions about the RCMP’s role in community policing.
The Nova Scotia government has launched a new website that allows people to track the province’s health-care data. The province says the Action for Health website is the first if its kind in Canada.
Health officials and police on Prince Edward Island are warning Islanders about the presence of a highly potent opioid, fentanyl, in the province.
Halifax Regional Police have responded to a pair of shooting incidents this week, which investigators now say may be connected.
A 22-year-old man from Dartmouth has been charged in relation to a false 911 call Friday evening.
The six chiefs of New Brunswick's Wolastoqey Nation are calling on Premier Blaine Higgs to scrap his commission on systemic racism.
NHL star Nathan MacKinnon has a chance to win his first Stanley Cup Friday night with the Colorado Avalanche.
A summit to examine issues that include diversity, inclusion, and racism in hockey is now underway in downtown Halifax.
Halifax Regional Police are searching for a driver after they say a teenage cyclist was injured in a hit-and-run collision Thursday.
Low-income seniors on Prince Edward Island who are facing food insecurity can now register for a one-time grocery card of $100.
As inflation rates soar to the highest they've been in Canada in nearly forty years, nearly half of Canadians say that right now, they're doing worse financially than they were at this time last year.
Motorists are paying less at the pumps in Nova Scotia and on Prince Edward Island following a drop in gas prices overnight Friday.
A former director with the Oil and Gas Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador claims the Crown corporation discriminated against her by paying her less than her male counterparts.
Scottish-Canadian musician Johnny Reid sang to a sold-out crowd at the Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay, N.S, Wednesday night and there was no one more excited to see him than Vicki Gould.
More than 100 people, representing 18 counties, are attending the 15th Biennial Lucy Maud Montgomery Conference on Prince Edward Island
Despite progress in Canada in the field of transgender health care, for the more than 100,800 trans or non-binary Canadians, access to gender-affirming care comes with barriers and delays that vary by province.
The Saint John Sea Dogs hit the ice for their morning skate almost eight hours before their game Wednesday, but there were plenty of activities already going on in the city.
Even the littlest children can experience long COVID, according to a large study, one of the first of its kind to include infants and toddlers.
The silence of Nova Scotia’s Sable Island is only broken by the song of birds, barking seals, crashing waves and whinnying horses, says Len Wagg.
Upfront Cosmetics is produced in Nackawic, N.B. The company just received certification through Canada’s LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC) as an LGBTQ+ owned and operated business.
Canadian singer-songwriter Colin James is back on the blues highway and it's leading him right into the Maritimes.
As Canada’s inflation soars, two ‘extreme couponers’ offer their advice on how to save at the grocery store.
After a two-year hiatus, Moncton's Rotary Ribfest returned to the city this weekend.
A Cape Breton man is channeling his love of gardening into a budding business, opening a nursery at his home in Albert Bridge, N.S.
Season 8 of “The Amazing Race Canada” returns to CTV next month and there is one team of Maritimers among the 10 competing.
Fredericton’s Gallery on Queen art gallery is celebrating Indigenous History Month with an all-Indigenous exhibit.
While the sun was shining on the U.K. Royal Navy ship HMS Protector Wednesday in the Sydney area, its members are training for less balmy conditions — breaking ice in the Arctic.
An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Mounties in Coquitlam are appealing to the public for help tracking down two pieces of artwork that were allegedly stolen from a high school art display.
An out-of-this-world, rural Manitoba home is up for grabs offering buyers a chance to live in a self-sustaining, off-grid oasis.
Disney fans may be able to find a deal at an online auction of rare collectibles based in British Columbia.
A Metro Vancouver pet owner won't get all of her money back after being billed for veterinary care she didn't approve of while her cat was in an animal shelter.
Instead of the traditional Canada Day party, The Forks is planning a reimagined 'New Day' event this July 1 – a move that has been met with support and criticism in Winnipeg.
Sitting more than eight hours a day can increase the risk of heart disease and early death by 20 per cent, according to a new study co-authored by a B.C. professor.
An American artistic swimmer lost consciousness and sank to the bottom of the pool before her coach rescued her. Jill Macyshon reports.
With the nation's capital bracing for anticipated anti-mandate 'freedom' movement protests during Canada Day weekend, interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says her MPs are free to attend.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday signed the most sweeping gun violence bill in decades, a bipartisan compromise that seemed unimaginable until a recent series of mass shootings, including the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at a Texas elementary school.
A gunman opened fire in Oslo's nightlife district early Saturday, killing two people and leaving more than 20 wounded in what the Norwegian security service called an "Islamist terror act" during the capital's annual LGBTQ Pride festival.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ended the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade. Friday's outcome is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
They are the most fiercely polarizing issues in American life: abortion and guns. And two momentous decisions by the Supreme Court in two days have done anything but resolve them, firing up debate about whether the court's Conservative justices are being faithful and consistent to history and the Constitution – or citing them to justify political preferences.
There is a renewed conversation about abortion accessibility and rights for women in Canada after U.S. Supreme Court justices overturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, allowing states to ban abortions.
With the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion, 26 states are likely to ban abortions; 13 of which are expected to enact bans against the medical procedure immediately.
Russian forces were trying to block a city in eastern Ukraine, the region's governor said Saturday, after a relentless assault on a neighboring city forced Ukrainian troops to begin withdrawing after weeks of intense fighting.
Hundreds of people who perished during the historic heat wave in British Columbia last summer died in homes ill-suited for temperatures that spiked into the high 30s and beyond for days, a report by B.C.'s coroners' service found this month.
U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks and signs into law S. 2938, the first major gun safety legislation the U.S. has passed in decades.