Recent News Headlines : Halifax County - Canada

'THEY'RE FRUSTRATED': 296 CANADIANS HAVE ASKED GOVERNMENT FOR HELP IN WAKE OF HURRICANE IRMA


During the 2004 hurricane season, the government chartered flights to evacuate Canadians, but the official said that hasn't been necessary so far during Hurricane Irma... READ MORE

10th September, 2017 2446

MARIJUANA TO BE SOLD IN ONTARIO GOVERNMENT-RUN STORES


The government says marijuana will only be sold at pot-specific stores or a government-run website... READ MORE

8th September, 2017 8

OPPOSITION MP TUNDU LISSU WOUNDED BY GUNMEN


Top opposition figure suffers multiple gunshot wounds by unknown attackers at his residence in Dodoma city... READ MORE

7th September, 2017 2004

HUNDREDS OF GERMAN CHURCHES ARE SHELTERING MUSLIM ASYLUM-SEEKERS


Hundreds of refugees have sought German church asylum since then, with a success rate of more than 75 percent... READ MORE

6th September, 2017 472

HUDSON'S BAY STEPS OUTSIDE CANADA WITH ITS FLAGSHIP BRAND IN THE NETHERLANDS


Jerry Storch, chief executive officer of the Hudson's Bay Co., seen here addressing the company's shareholders during its annual general in Toronto in June 2016... READ MORE

5th September, 2017 559

EXTREME HEAT WARNING FOR METRO VANCOUVER, FRASER VALLEY AS SMOKE RETURNS


Environment Canada has issued a heat warning as extreme temperatures are expected in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley... READ MORE

5th September, 2017 1193

JUSTIN TRUDEAU CONDEMNS NORTH KOREAN MISSILE TESTING


Canada unequivocally condemns today's nuclear test by North Korea... READ MORE

4th September, 2017 663

CANADA TO HELP U.S. BY SHIPPING SUPPLIES TO HARVEY VICTIMS


Canada will help the U.S. recovery efforts with supplies, after a phone call between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump... READ MORE

2nd September, 2017 3749

NORTHERN PREMIERS ACCUSE PM OF FAILING TO CONSULT ON DRILLING ISSUE


Premiers Bob McLeod and Peter Taptuna, from the Northwest Terroritories and Nunavut, sent a letter to two federal cabinet ministers last month about the ban... READ MORE

2nd September, 2017 798

CANADA BUSINESS INVESTMENT PICKS UP, BUT FUTURE UNCERTAIN


Canada has emerged as the fastest growing economy of any country in the G7 group of major developed economies... READ MORE

31st August, 2017 25

'OUR SOCIETY IS BROKEN': WHAT CAN STOP CANADA'S FIRST NATIONS SUICIDE EPIDEMIC?


Then in June this year, another First Nations reserve in Ontario lost three 12-year-old girls who had reportedly agreed a suicide pact... READ MORE

30th August, 2017 6208

CALGARY MP ON MEDICAL LEAVE AFTER SEXUAL HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONS VOWS TO DEFEND REPUTATION 'AT ALL COSTS'


Darshan Kang placed on medical leave denies allegations of sexual harassment... READ MORE

29th August, 2017 2995

UNITED NATIONS PANEL CALLS FOR HALT OF B.C.'S SITE C DAM


The recommendation comes three weeks after British Columbia's NDP government requested a review of what had been a signature megaproject for former premier Christy Clark... READ MORE

29th August, 2017 2847

CANADA'S ELECTRONIC SPY AGENCY'S CYBERWARFARE TOOLBOX REVEALED


As a result, the information does not necessarily reflect current CSE practices or programs, the agency said in a written statement... READ MORE

29th August, 2017 2005

CANADA WILL ALLOW GENDER-NEUTRAL PASSPORTS


The move will help Canadians have documents that better reflect their gender identity, it said... READ MORE

25th August, 2017 49

CANADA RAMPS UP DEPORTATIONS AMID GROWING MIGRANT INFLUX


At the same time, Canada said this week it will be granting border-crossing asylum seekers swifter access to healthcare... READ MORE

24th August, 2017 1552

LAWYERS FOR AMERICAN WIDOW SEEKING ENFORCEMENT OF U.S. JUDGMENT AGAINST KHADR IN ALBERTA


According to the notice, bringing the Alberta action in parallel with the Ontario case is proper given the territorial limitations of the respective judgment-enforcement regimes... READ MORE

24th August, 2017 1025

CORNWALL, ONT., CITY COUNCIL DEMANDS ANSWERS ON FUTURE OF NAV CENTRE REFUGE


Cornwall, Ont., residents packed into a special council meeting with hope of learning the fate of more than 290 migrants living at the city's Nav Centre... READ MORE

22nd August, 2017 2555

'A REMARKABLE BATTLE THAT WAS LARGELY FORGOTTEN'


Lee was one of only a few hundred Chinese Canadians who enlisted during the First World War... READ MORE

21st August, 2017 1484

ECLIPSE EYE SAFETY AND AIRLINE PHONE SCAMS


Shutterstock Gajus Air Canada Heading off on a trip?... READ MORE

21st August, 2017 166

INSIDE THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT'S 'NERVE CENTRE,' TASKED WITH ANTICIPATING TRUMP-RELATED INFERNOS


The Canada-U.S. unit includes the PMO's Butts and Telford, Freeland, ambassador to Washington David MacNaughton, and writer Michael Den Tandt... READ MORE

20th August, 2017 76

ONE CANADIAN KILLED, FOUR WOUNDED IN BARCELONA ATTACK


A Canadian man was killed and four others wounded in Thursday's terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, Canada's CTV reported Friday... READ MORE

20th August, 2017 0

CANADA ON LIST OF COUNTRIES WITH CITIZENS KILLED OR INJURED IN BARCELONA


Manu Fernandez Associated Press Spanish authorities say Canada is among 34 countries with citizens killed or injured in the terrorist attack in Barcelona... READ MORE

18th August, 2017 33

REMEMBERING THE RAHOWA VIOLENCE: OTTAWA'S OWN CHARLOTTESVILLE


Canadians don't tolerate racism Perry's research identified at least 100 different white supremacist groups in Canada, which she said is shocking to most people... READ MORE

18th August, 2017 215

FLOW OF ALBERTA OIL TO U.S. LIKELY SAFE AS NAFTA TALKS GET GOING, ANALYST SAYS


Dade says the U.S. would be wise not to complain about its trade deficit with Canada in oil... READ MORE

17th August, 2017 80

NAFTA HAS 'FUNDAMENTALLY FAILED,' TRUMP'S TOP TRADE OFFICIAL SAYS TO OPEN RENEGOTIATIONS


And he refused to concede that trade with Canada was balanced... READ MORE

16th August, 2017 197

RARE CANADIAN ORIOLE TO FLY THOUSANDS OF MILES BACK HOME - ON PASSENGER JET


The bird was brought to the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre, where vets found the female had lost a toenail to frostbite and was battling dehydration and hypothermia... READ MORE

15th August, 2017 547

CANADA SUGGESTS IT COULD QUIT NAFTA TALKS OVER DISPUTE MECHANISM


North American Free Trade Agreement members Canada, Mexico and the United States hold their first session in Washington on Wednesday... READ MORE

14th August, 2017 802

NAFTA SHOWDOWN WILL BRING THESE TOUGH NEGOTIATORS TOGETHER


Mulroney, a Progressive Conservative, in the 1980s led the push for the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, a Nafta precursor, and then Nafta talks themselves... READ MORE

14th August, 2017 286

NETFLIX FEE HIKE AND MEAT INSPECTION PROBLEMS


Ultra-low-cost carriers are ultra profitable, but so far though the market has been a struggle for domestic carriers in Canada... READ MORE

13th August, 2017 117

Trending News Headlines : Halifax County

FORMER ASTRONAUT JULIE PAYETTE TO BE CANADA'S NEXT GOVERNOR GENERAL


Julie Payette to be announced as Canada's next governor general tomorrow... READ MORE

13th July, 2017 133551

OPINION | THE WORLD NEEDS TO STOP MINDLESSLY FAWNING OVER JUSTIN TRUDEAU


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends Stampede Breakfast this month in Calgary, Alberta... READ MORE

28th July, 2017 30941

JUSTIN TRUDEAU DEPLOYS THE POLITICS OF HYPE. JEREMY CORBYN OFFERS POLITICS OF HOPE


Justin Trudeau deploys the politics of hype. Jeremy Corbyn offers politics of hope... READ MORE

13th June, 2017 24438

BERNIE SANDERS' DRUG PRICE BILL WOULD SAVE BILLIONS, CONGRESSIONAL ANALYSTS SAY


Spending millions on campaign donations and lobbying, the pharmaceutical industry has for years successfully fought off legislation to end the prohibition... READ MORE

1st August, 2017 24076

CANADAS TRUMP STRATEGY: GO AROUND HIM


Hints of this network emerged when Mr. Trump announced that the United States would leave the Paris climate agreement... READ MORE

22nd June, 2017 21397

PESTICIDES DAMAGE SURVIVAL OF BEE COLONIES, LANDMARK STUDY SHOWS


The reproductive success of the wild bees was cut as the insecticide exposure increased in all three countries... READ MORE

29th June, 2017 16416

VIDEO SHOWS WOMAN DEMANDING 'WHITE DOCTOR' FOR HER SON IN WAITING-ROOM RANT


Can I see a doctor please that's white, that doesn't have brown teeth, that speaks English? the woman said at a clinic in Ontario... READ MORE

21st June, 2017 16084

CANADA TOWN VOTES AGAINST HAVING A MUSLIM CEMETERY


The cemetery was proposed by the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre, which was the site of a shooting that killed six people and injured 19 in January... READ MORE

19th July, 2017 12675

LOVE AND LOATHING AS TRUDEAU TOUCHES DOWN FOR CALGARY STAMPEDE


Morgan shrugged off the fact Trudeau initially forgot to mention Alberta in his Canada Day speech, a gaffe that the prime minister later apologized for... READ MORE

16th July, 2017 11072

VEHICLE PLOWS THROUGH GAGGLE OF GEESE ON ROAD NEAR INNISFAIL, KILLING DOZENS OF BIRDS


Dozens of Canada geese were killed when a vehicle drove through a gaggle of them on Range Road 281 just northeast of Innisfail, Alta... READ MORE

4th August, 2017 10586

'A STATE OF CRISIS': INDIGENOUS GROUP CALLS FOR CHANGE AS CANADA DAY NEARS


'Canada has failed Indigenous peoples' At a news conference in Charlottetown, Trudeau was asked about the teepee ceremony... READ MORE

30th June, 2017 10524

TRUDEAU TOUTS OPEN CANADIAN IMMIGRATION SYSTEM IN FACE OF TRUMP TRAVEL BAN


Multiculturalism is at the heart of Canada's heritage and identity, and as Canadians, we recognize that our differences make us strong... READ MORE

27th June, 2017 9150

CANADA WILL BUILD UP ITS MILITARY AS THE U.S. PULLS BACK FROM WORLD STAGE


Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada must chart its own course... READ MORE

6th June, 2017 8752

'EVERYBODY KNEW JOE HOWLETT AND EVERYBODY RESPECTED JOE HOWLETT,' SAYS MAYOR STEPHEN SMART


The Campobello Island community is mourning Joe Howlett, the man who was killed Monday while trying to rescue a whale in the Gulf of St. Lawrence... READ MORE

11th July, 2017 8218

A MASSIVE CLIMATE CHANGE STUDY IS CANCELED ... BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE


Scientists say the Arctic is one of the regions hit hardest by climate change... READ MORE

19th June, 2017 6985

UNDER TRUMP, A MAJORITY OF CANADIANS DISLIKE THE U.S. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 35 YEARS, LIKELY MUCH LONGER


Canadians have more confidence in Chinese President Xi Jinping 30 per cent than in Trump, with Russian President Vladimir Putin 19 per cent almost tied with Trump... READ MORE

28th June, 2017 6558

ART AND DESIGN


For many indigenous peoples in Canada whose ancestors have been in North America for thousands of years, the Canada 150 celebrations are controversial... READ MORE

29th June, 2017 6493

CANADIAN MILITARY TWEETS WELCOME AS TRUMP BANS TRANSGENDER PERSONNEL


We welcome Cdns of all sexual orientations and gender identities... READ MORE

26th July, 2017 6366

GOVERNMENT TO PUSH FOR POSTAL BALLOT IF SAME SEX-MARRIAGE PLEBISCITE FAILS IN SENATE AGAIN


Marriage equality advocates have already signalled they will challenge the legality of a postal ballot in the High Court... READ MORE

7th August, 2017 5613

MULCAIR URGES TRUDEAU TO CONFIRM CANADA'S COMBAT ROLE IN IRAQ IN WAKE OF RECORD-BREAKING SNIPER SHOT


Ndp leader says mps should hold a debate if canadian troops are to be involved in combat role in iraq... READ MORE

24th June, 2017 5394

COAST GUARD: US PRESENCE IN ARCTIC WON'T STOP CHINESE, RUSSIAN ENCROACHMENT WITHOUT LAW OF THE SEA RATIFICATION


The convention, which the US has avoided signing for years, would allow Washington to extend America's Exclusive Economic Zone to its Arctic continental shelf... READ MORE

2nd August, 2017 4883

HOLLYWOOD MIGHT NOT BOUNCE BACK FROM THEATERS' $1.3 BILLION STOCK COLLAPSE


That announcement dragged down shares of theater stocks, wiping out 1.3 billion from the value of the top four cinema operators in North America since Aug. 1... READ MORE

4th August, 2017 4648

WHY THESE CANADIANS WOULD TAKE TRUMP OVER TRUDEAU


BUCKHORN, ONTARIO -- Outside Dave and Ann Bowen's cottage at Six Foot Bay, Buckhorn Lake shimmers in the early morning sunlight... READ MORE

16th July, 2017 4353

50,000 HAITIANS COULD LOSE PROTECTED STATUS IN THE U.S., BUT CANADA COULD DEPORT THOSE SEEKING ASYLUM


Canada's last extension of the ban ended Aug. 4, 2016, meaning the 3,200 Haitians without status in Canada have had to apply for residency on humanitarian and compassionate grounds... READ MORE

4th August, 2017 4066

'IT WAS THE HAPPIEST MOMENT': ASYLUM SEEKERS WHO TOOK RISKY CENTRAL AMERICAN CORRIDOR CROSS INTO CANADA


After careful research, Ahmed Omar and Abdi Omar decided to travel to Tijuana to jump the wall that separates Mexico from the United States on April 9, 2017... READ MORE

10th July, 2017 3980

JUSTIN TRUDEAU TOOK PART IN TORONTO PRIDE WHILE WEARING SOCKS THAT SAY 'EID MUBARAK'


Trudeau wore Eid-themed socks to a pro-Pride church service... READ MORE

26th June, 2017 3835

MONTREAL TURNS STADIUM INTO WELCOME CENTRE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS FROM US


More than 3,300 asylum seekers have entered Quebec from the US, driving authorities to create temporary welcome centre at 56,000-seat stadium... READ MORE

2nd August, 2017 3472

2 SAILORS RESCUED IN MID-ATLANTIC WHILE OTHERS AWAIT HELP


A Cormorant helicopter from the Royal Canadian Air Force has also been dispatched from Gander, N.L., to help... READ MORE

10th June, 2017 3321

OTTAWA WANTS PROVINCES TO KEEP POT TAX LOW


The federal government will be urging the provinces and territories to keep pot taxes low, according to a senior government source... READ MORE

19th June, 2017 3099

TRUDEAU HEADS TO SUMMIT MARKED BY WIDENING TRUMP-MERKEL RIFT


According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Canada ranks last on foreign direct investment in Africa... READ MORE

6th July, 2017 3029


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