The two main opposition parties in Nova Scotia are slamming Premier Tim Houston's record on health care after his first year in power.
Despite a growing number of people who are opting for a doctor's help in ending their own lives, the practice remains controversial, and very much up for debate.
The RCMP in central Newfoundland have tracked down a 13-year-old boy believed to have been behind the wheel of a pickup truck that was spotted driving erratically on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Police say three unidentified masked men with dark clothing forced their way into an apartment where 39-year-old Justin David Breau was stabbed. The suspects ran away towards Garden Street before police arrived.
The IWK Health Centre says its inpatient and emergency supplies of liquid acetaminophen and ibuprofen products is adequate.
Residents of a small island off Nova Scotia’s south shore are being credited with saving a pod of stranded dolphins.
Bonnie Minard says she is struggling to recruit and retain early childhood educators for her Halifax-area daycare and is worried about increased demand for care in September, when enrolment typically jumps.
New Brunswick businesses in the tourism corridor of Route 114 are desperate for workers, even as the summer season slowly winds down.
The study from PROOF, a research program at the University of Toronto, says 19 per cent of New Brunswick household residents worried about food access between 2020 and 2021.
The province announced on Wednesday it’s spending $500,000 over three years to help cover the costs of hiring two new therapists at Atlantic Wellness — a mental health centre for youth in Moncton.
A Maritime family is warning others about unexpected hazards you may encounter when renting a place to stay from a private host through platforms like Airbnb.
A New Brunswick man is facing drug and weapons charges after the RCMP searched a home in Moncton.
A 37-year-old man from Old Barns, N.S., has died after crashing the vehicle he was driving into a ditch in North River, N.S.
Amid allegations of sexual assaults involving members of past Canadian men’s world junior hockey teams, Canadians say sexual misconduct remains a concerning issue within the sport’s culture.
The central Newfoundland town of Gander is working with its local Muslim community to establish the town's first mosque -- and to retain Muslim doctors.
Like any hearth, the free community wood-fired oven has become a gathering place for people looking to connect with friends old and new.
A diving accident at 14-years-old left Brian Parker paralyzed from the chest down. Now at age 49, he's without the person who was caring for him full-time until just last week, after his 68-year-old mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The sport that combines Frisbee and golf is also one of the fastest growing sports in North America and there's a new place to play in Dartmouth that is attracting disc golf players of all ages and calibre.
A plaque commemorating Viola Desmond was revealed Friday by the federal agency at the former Roseland Theatre in New Glasgow, N.S., where she was forcibly arrested while watching a movie on Nov. 8, 1946.
A recent survey of U.S. teenagers found nearly half reported using the internet almost constantly. The survey also found that platforms like Youtube and TikTok are the most popular with teens.
A tortoise that has lived in Nova Scotia museums since the 1940s is turning 100 this month.
Keiva Bundy was a bodybuilder who fell just short of gaining his pro status before the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, the 42-year-old father of two from Dartmouth is back in the gym and achieving his goals while posing a big problem for the competition.
Summer is a popular time of year for a makeover, and two artists in the Maritimes are taking that to a whole new level by rejuvenating old buildings through art.
Dave Piccott, 79, was recently in a serious motor vehicle collision, but was lucky enough to walk away relatively unscathed.
This living history company has been telling the story of Confederation for over 25 years, formerly under the name Confederation Players, and this season they’re branching out.
Long wait times, closed emergency departments and growing waitlists for family doctors have exposed the pressures facing the health-care system this summer – specifically on emergency medicine.
John Monaghan’s connection to Afghanistan has withstood the 13 years since his tour there.
A new boxing program in Halifax is growing the sport in the LGBTQ2s+ community. Gwen Carson said boxing has already helped her grow in many ways.
Shuttered in 2020 and with only limited events in 2021, P.E.I. Old Home Week has returned in full force for the first time since the pandemic began.
Finding herself unable to afford her rent, a Vancouver woman was desperate to stay in her suite – so she crammed into the corner of her living room and posted an ad looking for a roommate to share the small space with her and her three rabbits.
An Ottawa family has adopted two beagles that were among thousands freed from a facility in Virginia that was breeding them so they could be sold for drug experiments.
An Ontario mayor had some harsh words for protesters who attempted to place local police officers under arrest Saturday.
She may only have her learner’s licence, but that hasn’t held a 16-year-old Comox Valley, B.C., teen back from working towards her goal of being a professional driver. Nicole Haverda got the green light on her desire to be a professional race car driver four years ago when her father took her to a Formula One race in Europe.
A Vancouver couple was in awe and a bit scared during an hours-long encounter with a whale on B.C.'s Central Coast, much of which they captured on video.
A Vancouver man is the first outside of the United States to be made president of a very specific group: the Society of American Magicians.
The unofficial mascot of Team New Brunswick -- who had been reported missing -- has finally arrived at the Canada Summer Games in Ontario's Niagara region.
Bill Fortier reports on how science is giving Tasmanian tiger a second chance at life — 86 years after humans killed off the species.
A nationwide shortage of liquid Children’s Tylenol is also impacting generic chewables, with Quebec-based Laboratoire Riva reporting a shortage due to rising demand.
A new study has found that more than half of people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 were unaware they had it.
The Ontario government will reveal the next steps of its “Plan to Stay Open” on Thursday.
An eastern Ontario doctor who was charged with first-degree murder in the death of a patient is facing three new murder charges, Ontario Provincial Police have announced.
Canadians are recalling their fondest memories of shopping at Zellers as plans for its return are announced nearly a decade since its doors closed.
The proportion of Canadians who mainly speak French at home continues to decline in nearly all provinces and territories, including Quebec, the latest census release shows.
Hundreds of federal judges face the same task every day: review an affidavit submitted by federal agents and approve requests for a search warrant. But for U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, the fallout from his decision to approve a search warrant has been far from routine.
Canadian department store Zellers hopes to make a comeback next year, a decade after the discount chain shuttered most of its locations., brand owner Hudson's Bay Co. said Wednesday.
An Ont. doctor already charged in patient's death faces three more murder charges; the number of people who mainly speak French has dropped.