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N.L. man found not guilty of possessing child pornography in sex doll trial

N.L. man found not guilty of possessing child pornography in sex doll trial

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland man has been found not guilty of possessing child pornography after a judge determined it was not proven he knew the sex doll he ordered was child-sized.

Man in B.C. charged with murder and arson in 2016 New Brunswick death

VAL-D'AMOUR, N.B. — A 42-year-old man living in British Columbia has been charged with second-degree murder and arson in connection with the death of a woman in northern New Brunswick in 2016.
Three women sue, alleging sexual assault by Correctional Service guard

Three women sue, alleging sexual assault by Correctional Service guard

OTTAWA — Three women who say they were sexually assaulted by a prison guard have launched a lawsuit against the federal correctional service.

N.L. Tory apologizes for combative election night speech, will 'assist' Liberals

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's Tory leader apologized Wednesday for combative election night remarks in which he called the results a constitutional crisis and declared his intent to topple the re-elected Liberals within a year.
Doug Ford and Blaine Higgs meet in Toronto, discuss carbon tax and trade

Doug Ford and Blaine Higgs meet in Toronto, discuss carbon tax and trade

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford met with his New Brunswick counterpart to discuss a number of issues Wednesday, including their shared opposition to the federal carbon tax.
Canadians increasingly worried over boomers' health bills, survey finds

Canadians increasingly worried over boomers' health bills, survey finds

CHARLOTTETOWN — Canadians are increasingly concerned about how to pay for the care of aging baby boomers — and fearful that seniors will have to pay out of their own pockets, according to a survey commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association.

P.E.I. Greens to choose new candidate after death of Josh Underhay

CHARLOTTETOWN — Prince Edward Island's Green party will choose a candidate Friday to run in a riding where its first candidate died just days before last month's provincial election.
Newfoundland man pleads not guilty in case of skeleton stolen from graveyard

Newfoundland man pleads not guilty in case of skeleton stolen from graveyard

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A young Newfoundland man pleaded not guilty Wednesday in the strange case of skeletal remains taken from an Anglican cemetery.

Search suspended off coast of P.E.I. for fisherman who fell overboard

NAUFRAGE, P.E.I. — The search for a lobster fisherman reported missing off the northeast coast of Prince Edward Island has been suspended. The Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Halifax ended the official search Tuesday, just before 8 p.m.
New Brunswick fishers get $2 million to test gear to prevent whale entanglements

New Brunswick fishers get $2 million to test gear to prevent whale entanglements

SHIPPAGAN, N.B. — Testing aimed at preventing North Atlantic right whales from becoming entangled in fishing gear got a boost Tuesday as Ottawa formally announced more than $2 million for snow crab fishermen in northern New Brunswick.
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