Man Deemed Hero After Fire Destroys Home in Central NL

Man Deemed Hero After Fire Destroys Home in Central NL (Details)

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(Photo courtesy of Kevin Barrow) A young man is being hailed a hero after fire destroyed a home in central Newfoundland early Saturday. The blaze broke out shortly before 7 a.m. in the town of South...
MONTREAL, QUE.: SEPTEMBER 2, 2020 -- A mask-wearing cyclist rides by a mural in the Mile End district of Montreal Wednesday September 2, 2020. (John Mahoney / MONTREAL GAZETTE) ORG XMIT: 51318 - 8881

Coronavirus updates, Sept. 3: As cases rise, Quebec ‘approaching possibly critical threshold’ (Details)

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Article content continuedThat compares to $65.3 million in the same quarter last year, the Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) said in a press release.That’s a 69-per-cent increase.The SQDC had 42 stores in the March-to-June...
Labrador City and IOC Renew Grant Agreement for 10-Year Period

Labrador City and IOC Renew Grant Agreement for 10-Year Period (Details)

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Labrador City and the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) have renewed their grant agreement for another decade, beginning next year. Mayor Fabian Benoit says the agreement will provide financial stability for the town, as...
Heritage NL Hoping Historic Fire Hall Building Will Be Preserved

Heritage NL Hoping Historic Fire Hall Building Will Be Preserved (Details)

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Heritage NL is getting behind the call for proposals for the former west end fire hall in St. John’s. The capital city is seeking project proposals for the historic structure, hoping that the new development...

Speculation mounts about sinking of Nova Scotia fishing boat with six aboard (Details)

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HALIFAX — As a snowstorm descended on Nova Scotia and the search for five missing scallop fishermen was suspended Thursday, an industry leader said there was evidence to suggest their boat had suddenly capsized...

Quebec COVID-19 cases climb as curfew begins (Reports)

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Canada News continuedAs of Sunday, there have been 228,821 confirmed cases in Quebec and 8,686 deaths attributed to the disease, including 80 more deaths added during the weekend. A total of 195,663 people have...
Newfoundland Entrepreneur Lands Biggest Deal in Dragon's Den History

Newfoundland Entrepreneur Lands Biggest Deal in Dragon’s Den History (Details)

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A central Newfoundland entrepreneur has landed the largest deal in the history of CBC’s Dragon’s Den. 27-year-old Mark Brace of Bishop’s Falls is behind Ocean Floor Granite. He made his pitch highlighting Newfoundland,...

B.C. court dismisses hospice society’s appeal in medically-assisted dying dispute (Details)

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VANCOUVER — A hospice society in Delta, British Columbia, has lost another court attempt to reject membership based on their apparent views around medical assistance in dying.  The B.C. Court of Appeal dismissed an attempt...

Quebec urged to create provincial director of youth protection to oversee system (Details)

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MONTREAL — A provincial commission looking into the protection of vulnerable children in Quebec recommended on Monday the appointment of a youth-protection director to oversee the entire provincial system. The Laurent Commission released a preliminary...
Aerial Search Resumes for Missing Fishing Crew Off Coast of Nova Scotia

Aerial Search Resumes for Missing Fishing Crew Off Coast of Nova Scotia (Details)

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RCMP Air Services today resumed the aerial search for the Chief William Saulis, a fishing vessel that went down December 15 off the south coast of Nova Scotia, claiming the lives of six men...
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Capitol officers discipline: Capitol Police recommend Jan. 6 officers for discipline

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The U.S. Capitol Police have recommended six officers for disciplinary action stemming from their actions during the riot Jan. 6 at the Capitol. No officers...