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Hundreds of nostalgic boomers and hipster glampers have taken over exhibition grounds just outside Winnipeg to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Boler trailer - and in many cases, the owners are as quirky as their campers.
A proposed rate increase to start paying for Muskrat Falls next year has been taken off the table after much public criticism.
Regular maintenance inside the Queen Elizabeth II library at Memorial University in early July caused a server crash that caused the loss of much of the library's data.
A St. John's-based biotech company is celebrating the approval of a research proposal even though it had to leave its home province to get the green light.
PC leader Ches Crosbie is his party's candidate in the St. John's riding, which will be vacated by Cathy Bennett later this month.
Police say the threats were received by staff, and the man was arrested about an hour and a half later off site.
Police have released video of a man fleeing a driveway on Athlone Place on Aug. 1 as a small fire burns in a pickup truck. That fire spread to two houses and sent one man to hospital.
Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation Chief Eugene Hart made the Thursday announcement in the community, where children in care are often sent hundreds of kilometres away.
The licence holder for the potential marijuana retailer says he wasn't approved because of a petition, but the mayor says his application was incomplete.
Mary Pratt's place in Canadian art circles is assured not only by what she put on canvas but by what she did behind the scenes, a curator says.
Workers at the fish plant in St. Alban's have been told there's no work for them this year, according to a union representative
A Newfoundland woman who was photographed tied to a chair and gagged in her workplace in Scotland is disappointed that an employment tribunal has ruled against her harassment claim.
It appears there has been an outbreak of canine distemper in the community of Natuashish, Labrador says John Nui, the band council chief.
Garbage and recycling changes are coming in October, and the municipality is looking for volunteers to help sort out the differences.