Raceway Park in Oyster Bed Bridge closing; will continue as campground
Record drug seizure in P.E.I. leads to five years of prison time
P.E.I. business navigates public backlash after nixing prom photos
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P.E.I. woman sentenced for fraud, theft offences
New P.E.I. laws force circus to cancel horse performances in Charlottetown
Man tells court he doesn’t remember grabbing a woman's buttock at Charlottetown ...
UPDATE: Details released about 2018 Old Home Week and Gold Cup Parade
Micro preemie born to P.E.I. parents at one pound continues to fight ...
Women show truck driving skills during Masstown competition
Transport Canada says it wasn't feces that fell onto people and cars in B.C.
Ottawa considers help for Gulf fisheries after right whale protection measures
Frustration mounts in Gulf lobster fishery over right whale closures: union
Theme song released as countdown hits 50 days
Schools mum on ties to doc in sex abuse inquiry
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A now-dead doctor accused of sexual misconduct by former student athletes at Ohio State University once said he acted as a team physician elsewhere. But most of the universities he listed as former employers won't say if they're ...
Canada focusing on existing climate plan, has no timeline to increase ambition
OTTAWA — Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says Canada has no immediate plans to follow Europe's lead and increase its targets for cutting emissions. McKenna is in Belgium this week for the second ministerial meeting of Canada, European ...
B.C. government intends to crack down on hidden ownership of real estate
VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is taking steps to end opportunities to anonymously invest and hide wealth in real estate. Finance Minister Carole James says a new, publicly accessible registry is being created to identify the owners ...
Saskatchewan MP 'hopeful' bill marking Indigenous Peoples Day a holiday passes
OTTAWA — A Saskatchewan MP isn't giving up in her bid to make National Indigenous Peoples Day a statutory holiday. A private member's bill introduced by NDP MP Georgina Jolibois was stuck at second reading when the House of Commons rose ...
Female officer didn't want charges after alleged sexual assault, commander says
HALIFAX — A military commander says a female officer only offered a "partial recollection" of an alleged sexual assault, and did not want to proceed with charges. The commander was called to the stand as the defence for Sgt. Kevin MacIntyre opened ...
Governor orders probe of abuse claims by immigrant children
WASHINGTON — Virginia's governor ordered state officials Thursday to investigate abuse claims by children at an immigration detention facility who said they were beaten while handcuffed and locked up for long periods in solitary confinement, left ...
House rejects hard-right immigration bill, baring GOP divide
WASHINGTON — The House killed a hard-right immigration bill Thursday, and Republican leaders delayed a planned vote on a compromise GOP package with the party's lawmakers fiercely divided over an issue that has long confounded them. The conservative ...
Cuba slightly loosens controls on state media
HAVANA — Minutes after a plane carrying 113 people crashed on takeoff from Havana airport, Cuban state media filled with minute-by-minute updates, cellphone video from the accident and an interview from the scene with newly named President Miguel ...
Violence keeps Central Americans coming to US despite Trump
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — Nightfall in El Salvador's capital was fast approaching and Ernesto Pena was waiting for a bus that never arrived. His work day delivering rice and cooking oil to street vendors in the bustling district of Santa Tecla had ...
Koko, the gorilla who knew sign language, dies at 46
WOODSIDE, Calif. — Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language, raised kittens and once playfully tried on the glasses of the late actor Robin Williams, has died. She was 46. The Gorilla Foundation says the western lowland gorilla died in ...