P.E.I. woman living in Walmart parking lot after failing to find apartment
P.E.I. Humane Society seeing more animals surrendered because of no-pet rental units
Road work will cause delays in Charlottetown Aug. 9
Crackdown on fish peddlers in Summerside
LENNIE MACPHERSON: ‘At home on the stage’
College of Piping theatre supporter offers first in Canada whiskey tasting opportunity
Elephant Rock might have an heir in nearby Kildare
Saudi students at UPEI forced to leave by end of September due ...
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UPDATE: American tourists among six dead after crash on Alberta mountain highway
Colchester County woman fined for using phone to record herself while driving
Entangled right whale freed from buoy after being spotted on Sunday
42 forest fires burning in northeast Ont., with 19 of them out of control
N.S. restorative justice workers need deal before funding considered:premier
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says his government is willing to look at adjusting the grant that pays the salaries of six striking restorative justice case workers, but he says they need to go back to bargaining with their employer ...
New Zealand woman dies as group jumps from bridge in Sicamous, B.C.
SICAMOUS, B.C. — A 23-year-old New Zealand woman has died after she and three friends jumped from a bridge in Sicamous, B.C. RCMP say it happened at around 2 a.m. Wednesday when all four people leaped from the bridge, 20 metres above the channel ...
Credit card firms to trim merchant fees, but retailers group 'underwhelmed'
OTTAWA — The federal government is announcing today that credit card companies have agreed to trim the fees they charge the country's businesses by 10 basis points. Ottawa has reached voluntary, five-year deals with ...
Nova Scotia can handle loss of Saudi medical residents, health minister says
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia says it is ready to "mitigate any impacts" if it loses more than 50 Saudi medical residents because of an international diplomatic row. The residencies, through Dalhousie University's medical school, are funded by ...
Heavy police presence as Hells Angels hold national gathering near Montreal
MONTREAL — About 700 Hells Angels bikers and associates are expected to descend on a rural Quebec town this weekend for their annual national gathering. Quebec provincial police say they'll be keeping close tabs when the so-called ...
Pence outlines plan for new Space Force by 2020
WASHINGTON — Faced with growing competition and threats from Russia and China, the White House on Thursday said it will create the U.S. Space Force as a sixth, separate military service by 2020. Vice-President Mike Pence told a Pentagon audience that ...
Nova Scotia premier satisfied with agreement for health care workers
HALIFAX — Premier Stephen McNeil says he's pleased a mediator-arbitrator has helped reach a collective agreement for 6,500 employees in the health care bargaining unit at the Nova Scotia Health Authority and IWK Children's Hospital. The award by ...
Supreme Court refuses to hear bid to halt murder trial over delays
OTTAWA — A former soldier facing a murder charge in Ontario has lost a bid to halt his trial over concerns about delays in the case. The Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear Adam Picard's challenge of an appeal court decision dismissing ...
Osheaga concert-goer wants class-action suit over tardy headline act Travis Scott
MONTREAL — A frustrated Osheaga concert-goer is seeking to sue over headline act Travis Scott, who arrived late and spent just 40 minutes on stage at the recent Montreal music festival. The U.S. rapper was the headliner Friday night ...
Funeral held in Montreal for ex-Quebec education minister Paul Gerin-Lajoie
MONTREAL — A funeral was held in Montreal on Thursday for Paul Gerin-Lajoie, a key architect of education system reforms in Quebec during the 1960s. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Gov. Gen. Julie Payette and Quebec Premier Philippe ...