Nova Scotia RCMP say man faces assault charges in violent clash at lobster pound...

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NEW EDINBURGH, N.S. — A 74-year-old Nova Scotia man has been charged in relation to a violent clash last month at a lobster pound in the southwestern part of the province, police announced on...

Canada ‘will stand by’ Quebec anglos during language reforms, report says (Reports)

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Quebec But the federal paper being released Friday on the overhaul of the Official Languages Act concludes that French is...
Large Egg Recall in Province Due to Salmonella Contamination

Large Egg Recall in Province Due to Salmonella Contamination (Details)

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Health Canada has issued a broad recall for eggs due to possible salmonella contamination. The contaminated product was sold in this province and Nova Scotia with code dates between September 2 and October...

‘A better job than we’ve ever done:’ Nunavut researchers turn to citizen scientists (Details)

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IQALUIT — There are more than 60 words to describe sea ice in Inuktitut.  For Nunavut’s hunters, the words are critical when travelling across a frozen ocean highway by snowmobile or dog team.  In Pond Inlet,...

Quebec invests $15 million to improve cultural security of Indigenous patients (Details)

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MONTREAL — Quebec is investing $15 million into the province’s health-care system to increase cultural security among First Nations and Inuit communities. The concept of cultural security refers to a way of operating that ensures...
Four New Cases of COVID-19 in NL on Sunday

Four New Cases of COVID-19 in NL on Sunday (Details)

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For the second day in a row, Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting four new cases of COVID-19. Two of the cases involve men in their 40s in the Eastern Health region and both...

Analysis: Quebec braces for language reforms, but are anglophones ready? (Reports)

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Canada News continuedLanguage became a political football in Ottawa before Christmas, with all parties jockeying for Quebec’s nationalist votes prior to the looming federal election.The result is that, ready or not, language has crept...
Remains Discovered in Belgium Identified as Newfoundland Regiment Soldier

Remains Discovered in Belgium Identified as Newfoundland Regiment Soldier (Details)

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The remains of a soldier of the Newfoundland Regiment, found in Belgium in 2016, have been positively identified. Private John Lambert was born in 1900 in St. John’s. He enlisted with the Newfoundland Regiment...

Quebec will step up vaccination in Montreal region as fear of variants grows (Reports)

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Breadcrumb Trail Links Quebec The battle is on against new COVID-19 virus variants with 48 cases confirmed or suspected in Montreal. The good...
Trades NL "Shocked" by Layoffs at West White Rose Project After Millions Pledged in Funding

Trades NL “Shocked” by Layoffs at West White Rose Project After Millions Pledged in...

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(Photo courtesy Trades NL.) Trades NL says it’s “shocked” with word of 75 layoffs on the West White Rose project. The notification came down the day after both the federal and provincial government announced...
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From AIDS to COVID-19, America’s Medical System Has a Long History...

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In the early days of the pandemic, Susan Castor, a 64-year-old Filipino American nurse, would make her rounds taking care of patients at a...