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Gardeners are going to go wild next Friday, March 14. For 10 days Canada Blooms, the venerable festival of all things green and colourful, will kick off with the theme "Wild" at the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto.
Brendan Sheppard, chief of the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation Band is seen in this file photo from January 2013.
RCMP seek public's help identifying two suspects after a diamond ring was stolen from Crescent Gold and Diamonds at Champlain Place in Dieppe.
An RCMP cruiser and another unmarked vehicle burn near the shale gas protest in Rexton, N.B. A 20-year-old man from Eskasoni, N.S., is facing charges for allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails at RCMP during the shall gas protests in Rexton, N.B. Dozens of protesters were arrested last October when RCMP broke up a weeks-long protest against shale gas ... (more)
If this picture doesn't make you pack it in and head to The County I can't imagine what wouldthe trails are amazing.the days are longer..and I believe the Polar Vortex has rolled back for a bit.
Small New Brunswick landlords who heat their buildings with natural gas are calling for tighter government control over gas companies as record bills for February began arriving this week.
A former fisheries enforcement officer testified Thursday that he was "surprised" when he was told by email to drop aquaculture charges against the brother of Deputy Premier Paul Robichaud.
Sunday Azagba, a researcher at the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact at the University of Waterloo in southwestern Ontario, is shown in a handout photo.
Allain, 80, has been hunting and trapping for many years and it was the most interesting thing he's ever caught, she said.
Last month, Beyonce partnered with the Prince of Wales during the U.K. leg of the Mrs Carter Show World Tour, in an effort to raise cash for The Prince's Trust charity.
Entire Saint John neighbourhoods have been getting notices of municipal tax cuts in the mail this week as plummeting property values in the city begin to show up in some residential assessments.
The Conference Board says Canada's protectionist supply management system is costing consumers of dairy products billions of dollars, while also acting as a drag on the industry it coddles.
A Community RMG-200AT at Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Former New Brunswick scout leader David Wolfe previously pleaded guilty to three counts of indecent assault involving boys in the 1960s.
The family of a Halifax university student who was killed and dumped on a highway last month has called on the federal government to hold an inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada.