• Halifax North Memorial Library in ‘desperate need’ of renovations
    The Halifax North Memorial Public Library is in desperate need of upgrades that will require funding from the city, as the capital budget is discussed by council.
    Jan 25
  • Wheelchair athlete fulfills hoop dream by playing on school basketball team
    Twelve-year-old Megan Smith is believed to be the first wheelchair athlete to compete with able-bodied athletes in the Vancouver district.
    Feb 4, 2015
  • Family, friends identify duo involved in Springbank Airport crash
    Family and friends have identified the two people involved in Friday's plane crash at Springbank Airport as Michael Wilton and Megan Gallagher.
    Apr 26, 2022
  • Leduc firefighter resigns in scathing speech in front of city council
    A Leduc Fire Service firefighter paramedic resigned in front of city council Monday night alleging harassment and a lack of action from the city.
    Apr 5, 2022
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  • Megan Thee Stallion gives emotional Tory Lanez testimony: ‘I wish he would’ve just shot and killed me’
    Megan Thee Stallion provided an in-depth account of the alleged shooting by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez, which left her with bullet fragments in her feet.
    Dec 14, 2022
  • ‘Oprah With Meghan and Harry’ interview: 6 stand-out moments of the jaw-dropping tell-all
    Both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were candid with Oprah Winfrey, telling the host about their mental-health struggles and why they chose to leave their royal roles.
    Mar 7, 2021
  • Meghan Markle chats motherhood with ‘dear friend’ Sophie Grégoire on podcast
    Markle recalled a summertime pool party with Grégoire Trudeau, where they were "giddy like absolute schoolgirls."
    Nov 1, 2022
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  • Alberta’s spin on ‘misread’ information leads to inaction over ‘just transition’ plan: Analyst
    Premier Danielle Smith has missed an opportunity to discuss the environment and economy with the federal government because she's misreading and spinning information, experts say.
    Jan 18
  • U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe faces backlash after ‘lose to Canada’ remark
    "Obviously we never want to lose to Canada," said Megan Rapinoe after her team's 'bitter' loss to Canada at the Olympics soccer match.
    Aug 3, 2021
  • N.S. government says no legal action over social media post on woman’s hospital death
    Nova Scotia's Justice Department said it won't pursue legal action against a politician who posted information about a woman who died in hospital after waiting for a doctor.
    Jan 10
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  • British tabloids were ruthless to Meghan Markle — will Canadian media learn from their mistakes?
    Experts say the country's media landscape is likely a factor in why the couple picked Canada.
    Jan 14, 2020
  • Megan Thee Stallion shooting: Tory Lanez found guilty on all 3 charges
    A jury on Friday found rapper Tory Lanez guilty of three felonies in the 2020 shooting of hip-hop star Megan Thee Stallion that left her wounded with bullet fragments in her feet.
    Dec 23, 2022
  • Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Jon Pardi to perform at 2023 Country Thunder music festival
    Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Jon Pardi are among the performers set to play at the 2023 festival, which runs from Aug. 18 to 23 at Fort Calgary. 
    Nov 17, 2022
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  • Carbon capture talks being blocked by tensions between Ottawa, Alberta: oil group
    So far the federal government has unveiled an investment tax credit worth $2.6 billion over the next five years, but both Ottawa and Alberta say the other should contribute more.
    Jan 23
  • Smith responds to allegations staff member emailed Alberta Crown Prosecution Service over Coutts blockade
    The CBC reported Thursday that it was told by sources that the relevant emails were sent last fall and mentioned "cases stemming from the Coutts border blockades and protests." 
    Jan 20
  • NDP says Alberta premier’s prosecutor review flawed, calls for outside investigation
    Smith has given multiple versions in recent weeks of what she has said to justice officials about COVID-19 cases.
    Jan 26
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  • Manning to cover off Smith’s undelivered Alberta public health panel in pandemic review
    Manning is set to head up a $2 million inquiry reviewing legislation and decisions to improve how Alberta could handle the next pandemic.
    Jan 25
  • The story of African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia and the significance it holds
    African Heritage Month was first marked in Nova Scotia nearly 40 years ago and continues to hold great significance, with more work to do, says a Black studies specialist.
    Feb 1
  • African Heritage Month kicks off at Halifax libraries
    As African Heritage Month begins, Halifax Public Libraries is starting workshops, performances and community conversations to expand knowledge of Black history.
    10 hours
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  • North Okanagan RCMP deliver report card on priorities over 2019-2022
    The North Okanagan's top cop delivered a police report card at a public meeting on Wednesday sharing where her detachments met their goals and where they fell short.
    Feb 2