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N.L. government seeks feedback on crop damage from munching moose

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is holding consultations as it reviews a policy regarding night-time crop damage from hungry moose.
Blockade trips up Canada's biggest ports as shippers steer clear of rail closure

Blockade trips up Canada's biggest ports as shippers steer clear of rail closure

MONTREAL — A rail blockade in eastern Ontario has led to backlogs at Canada's three biggest ports, prompting some shippers to take their business elsewhere as cargo piles up and dockworkers' paycheques shrink.
Two members added to New Brunswick cabinet amid retreat from health-care cuts

Two members added to New Brunswick cabinet amid retreat from health-care cuts

FREDERICTON — Still reeling from a public backlash over aborted health-care reforms, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs added two members to his cabinet Friday, saying he's well aware his minority government remains on shaky ground.
Major shipper steers clear of Halifax port as rail blockades continue

Major shipper steers clear of Halifax port as rail blockades continue

MONTREAL — A major U.S. shipper is turning away from the Halifax port in favour of U.S. harbours due to ongoing blockades that have shut down Canadian National Railway Co.'s eastern network.
New Brunswicker in Australia says people are underestimating the severity of the fires

New Brunswicker in Australia says people are underestimating the severity of the fires

A Maritime woman now living in Australia says she has felt the impact of the hundreds of wildfires that continue to rage on across that country
Speed restrictions aimed to protect right whales lifted by Transport Canada

Speed restrictions aimed to protect right whales lifted by Transport Canada

The Canadian Government has reversed speed restrictions set in place aimed to protect the endangered North Atlantic right whales. This comes after an extensive surveillance program from Transport Canada monitoring the area.

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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