'We can’t forget all we’ve learned': Expert’s advice as N.S. lifts mandatory COVID-19 measures Wednesday
Tuesday was the last day for the volunteer-run asymptomatic walk-in COVID-19 testing sites that were once a constant during the pandemic.
A park in west end Halifax that became the site of an encampment last fall is closing to the public and removing unhoused inhabitants in the process.
Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency and RCMP are currently on scene of a house fire on St. Margaret's Bay Road in Queensland, N.S.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) says an entangled North Atlantic right whale has been spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence between Miscou Island, N.B., and the Magdalen Islands.
A woman, a teenager and a one-year-old girl have died following a crash in East Port Hebert, N.S., on Monday.
Some Nova Scotians are calling for paid sick leave now that the province is dropping isolation requirements for people with COVID-19.
The Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia believes staff shortages have reached a critical level.
A Riverview, N.B., woman has written her MLA and Health Minister Dorothy Shephard in hopes of having her voice heard over wait times to see specialists.
Four youth and one adult have been arrested in relation to a weapons incident in the Saint-Jacques area of Edmundston, N.B.
Bravery and service of the No. 2 Construction Battalion was honoured Tuesday in Pictou, N.S.
Whether its airlines, airports, or the federal government’s ArriveCan app, who to blame for the chaos facing Canada’s travel industry continues to be a question for thousands of passengers.
A wildlife rehabilitation organization is urging drivers to keep an eye out for an animal that’s not so easy to spot: turtles.
A day after a Nova Scotia woman shared her story about driving her son to the hospital after waiting for an ambulance, her provincial politician is calling for better services and accountability.
The decision to oust NB Power CEO Keith Cronkhite came as a surprise to many, and has garnered some mixed reactions.
The month of June was characterized by near normal temperatures, and near to much above normal rain totals, compared to 30-year averages in the Maritimes.
There are over 30,000 people buried inside Moncton's Elmwood Cemetery, and roughly 340 of them are Canadian veterans.
The initial reluctance of governments, federal and provincial, to appoint a public inquiry into the N.S. mass shooting, was difficult to understand. It took the heartfelt pleas of the victims’ families and the fast rising tide of public opinion to make the politicians act.
A lack of programs to certify lifeguards amid the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to the industry-wide shortage seen in Canada, a Toronto city official says.
Roller disco hit its peak in the 70s and 80s, but for many, the thrill of gliding on four wheels is still very present.
When Cooper Coats first stepped foot on the rugby field in grade 12, he had little idea he would eventually lace up his cleats to represent Canada.
Lieutenant-Colonel Rhonda Matthews is still adjusting to the attention she's been getting as Parade Commander at the Nova Scotia International Tattoo.
In the seaside community of Bateston, N.S., the Bates families have left their mark for over 200 years, especially Pat Bates.
A beloved Labrador retriever puppy owned by a New Brunswick fire department has died.
A teenage filmmaker in Nova Scotia is celebrating after winning an award for her short film, “No Pun Intended."
People in Dominion, N.S., are concerned about the state of their provincial beach with summer in full swing. The boardwalk, that once stretched nearly the length of the beach, is no longer there.
Prince Edward Island is known for its pastoral landscapes, and that makes the growing field of Agritourism a natural fit.
Canadian Blood Services continues to need more donors as blood donations dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first three panels dropped in dramatic fashion to reveal the long hidden face of Prince Edward Island’s Province House.
The stage is set for what promises to be a more normal Canada Day in Fredericton, N.B. Final preparations were underway at the city’s exhibition grounds, where festivities begin Thursday night.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Halifax band The Mellotones will be headlining a show at the TD Halifax Jazz Festival.
Benjamin Dufour, the seven-year-old boy who was gravely injured after being hit by a truck in Regina last month, has shown positive signs of recovery, according to a news release from his family.
Two young emergency room doctors, raised and trained in Montreal, are leaving their jobs after only two years to move back to Toronto – and they say the Quebec health-care model and Bill 96 are to blame.
The family of an Ottawa man killed in a Canada Day crash in the west end says Tom Bergeron died exactly as he lived: selflessly thinking of others before himself.
Two 'serious instances' involving people endangering crops to take selfies at an Ontario canola farm have prompted police to warn the public about the potential consequences of trespassing into crop fields.
It's been 25 years since Saskatchewan's last residential school closed, but some are still healing.
Canada Day weekend fireworks have sparked more calls to either regulate or ban backyard fireworks displays in Nova Scotia.
After becoming a casualty of a major downsizing at work, Robert Mah converted his minivan into a solar-powered mobile office and drove from Ontario to Victoria, B.C.
A bride in Ohio shared on TikTok how she was able to buy a brand new dress for her wedding for under $5 USD while thrifting.
The Conservative Party of Canada's leadership election organizing committee says it has disqualified candidate Patrick Brown from the race.
An emergency resolution before the Assembly of First Nations annual meeting to reaffirm the suspension of National Chief RoseAnne Archibald has failed in Vancouver.
The Crown is seeking to revoke bail for Tamara Lich, a leader of the 'Freedom Convoy,' after she appeared alongside a fellow organizer in an alleged breach of her conditions.
A man charged Tuesday with seven counts of murder after firing off more than 70 rounds at an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago legally bought five weapons, including the high-powered rifle used in the shooting, despite authorities being called to his home twice in 2019 for threats of violence and suicide, police said.
A woman who was set on fire while on a Toronto bus in a random attack last month has died, police say.
The Bank of Canada's strategy of rapidly increasing its key interest rate in an effort to tackle skyrocketing inflation will likely trigger a recession, says a new study released Tuesday from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Canada became the first country to ratify Finland and Sweden's accession protocols to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday.
A northern heatwave is melting records in Yukon and Northwest Territories, where temperatures climbed above 30 C in the Arctic Circle.
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