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Protesters brave wet weather to raise concerns about Nova Scotia health care

Protesters brave wet weather to raise concerns about Nova Scotia health care

A group made up largely of union leaders and members gathered outside Province House in the pouring rain Wednesday afternoon to bring attention to issues with the province’s health care system.
Edmonton man charged with terrorism hoax tried to pin apparent crime on roommate: RCMP

Edmonton man charged with terrorism hoax tried to pin apparent crime on roommate: RCMP

A 54-year-old Edmonton man has been charged for his alleged involvement in a terrorism hoax. On March 26, the Alberta RCMP Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) was alerted to a letter received by the U.S. Consulate in Calgary.
No charges laid after guinea pigs ‘inhumanely euthanized’ at Cherry Brook Zoo

No charges laid after guinea pigs ‘inhumanely euthanized’ at Cherry Brook Zoo

No charges will be laid after an incident that resulted in a “number” of guinea pigs dying due to what the SPCA calls “inhumane euthanasia” at the Cherry Brook Zoo in Saint John, N.B.
Welland woman faces 69 charges in social media fraud case: police

Welland woman faces 69 charges in social media fraud case: police

A woman from Welland who used personal information obtained through social media friends to allegedly create opportunities for bank fraud is facing additional charges, according to police.
Man dies after boat capsizes near Bouctouche, N.B.

Man dies after boat capsizes near Bouctouche, N.B.

A man has died after a boat capsized near Bouctouche, N.B., on Tuesday. New Brunswick RCMP say two men were discovered in the water just off the coast of Saint-Thomas-de-Kent after a boat capsized.
Manitoba to sue feds over carbon tax: Pallister

Manitoba to sue feds over carbon tax: Pallister

Premier Brian Pallister says his government will launch a legal challenge against the federal government over the imposition of its carbon tax, which started Monday.
McMaster spinoff company receives $105M in funding for cancer therapy research

McMaster spinoff company receives $105M in funding for cancer therapy research

A biopharmaceutical company that was founded at McMaster University is getting a multi-million-dollar boost in funding toward cancer therapy research.
Biggest outdoor show in B.C.’s Interior returns to Kelowna this weekend

Biggest outdoor show in B.C.’s Interior returns to Kelowna this weekend

Hunting and fishing enthusiasts are preparing for a weekend full of workshops, demonstrations and vendors, all centered around the great outdoors. The B.C.
Halifax police charge man in connection with Gottingen Street shooting

Halifax police charge man in connection with Gottingen Street shooting

Halifax police have charged a man with numerous weapons offences after shots were fired on Gottingen Street last week. Police say that at approximately 11 p.m.
Saskatchewan weather outlook: April showers after driest March ever

Saskatchewan weather outlook: April showers after driest March ever

After the driest March on record in parts of Saskatchewan, April showers are on the way. March 2019 It was the driest March ever recorded in Regina with only four per cent of the normal precipitation falling during the month.