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Driver was more than four times the legal limit, Newfoundland police say

GANDER, N.L. — Police say they nabbed yet another driver with sky-high blood alcohol levels after a man was spotted driving away from a Newfoundland liquor store after being refused service for intoxication.
Peterman/Gallant win Canadian mixed doubles curling championship

Peterman/Gallant win Canadian mixed doubles curling championship

FREDERICTON — Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant defeated Nancy Faye Martin and Tyrel Griffith 9-6 on Sunday afternoon to win the Canadian mixed doubles curling championship.
Pricey Titanic wreck tours hope to bring new life to a century-old story

Pricey Titanic wreck tours hope to bring new life to a century-old story

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Adventure tourists with money in the bank have a new bucket list travel item: a spot on a submarine diving 3,800 metres down to the rusting remains of one history's most iconic shipwrecks.

Police pull over driver in Newfoundland, find he has $18K in unpaid fines

CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, N.L. — Police say they pulled over a driver in Conception Bay South, N.L., and discovered he had $18,000 in unpaid fines. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says officers made a traffic safety stop at about 10:20 p.m.
Walker and Muyres reach semifinals at Canadian mixed doubles playdowns

Walker and Muyres reach semifinals at Canadian mixed doubles playdowns

FREDERICTON — Defending champions Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres are moving on at the Canadian mixed doubles curling championship.

A week on, vigil held for Christchurch victims in Prince Edward Island

CHARLOTTETOWN — More than a week after the deadly shooting rampage at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, a vigil was held at the Charlottetown cenotaph in Prince Edward Island on Saturday to show solidarity with the victims.

Book borrowed in 1956 is finally returned to New Brunswick library

MONCTON, N.B. — An overdue book is finally back at the public library in Moncton, N.B., — 63 years after it was borrowed.

RCMP urge people not to try to save a moose spotted on a New Brunswick river

BATHURST, N.B. — Police in northern New Brunswick say a moose spotted on the ice of the Nepisiquit River is not in danger, and people should not try to save it. RCMP in Bathurst issued a notice on Twitter Saturday, telling people to stay off the ice.

Two men dead after fishing boats collided near Beach Point, P.E.I.

The boats collided off the coast of Beach Point
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