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Investigation determines major Charlottetown apartment fire began in garden mulch

Charlottetown's fire inspector says the cause of a fire that destroyed an apartment complex in the city's downtown has been linked to garden mulch outside the building.
Fence blocking Signal Hill's famous vista dismantled after outcry

Fence blocking Signal Hill's famous vista dismantled after outcry

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A widely scorned fence blocking one of Canada's most spectacular vistas — the view of St. John's, N.L., from the Signal Hill historic site — was almost entirely dismantled Thursday following a public outcry.
Class action sought in massage therapist voyeur case in New Brunswick

Class action sought in massage therapist voyeur case in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON — A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against a Fredericton massage therapist who allegedly recorded secret videos of more than 100 female patients in various states of undress.
Bad weather delays search for float plane passengers at Labrador crash site

Bad weather delays search for float plane passengers at Labrador crash site

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Bad weather has forced the RCMP to call off flights taking search teams to the remote Labrador lake where a float plane carrying seven people crashed on Monday.
Vessels scour gulf for lost fishing gear in attempt to protect right whales

Vessels scour gulf for lost fishing gear in attempt to protect right whales

MONCTON, N.B. — Over three days, federal fishery officers and the Canadian Coast Guard will comb the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence for lost fishing gear in an effort to protect the endangered North Atlantic right whale.
Hibernia suspends oil production after 12,000-litre spill off Newfoundland

Hibernia suspends oil production after 12,000-litre spill off Newfoundland

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Oil production is temporarily shut down on the Hibernia oil platform off Newfoundland's east coast after about 12,000 litres spilled out of a storage container into the ocean.
P.E.I.-made 'Hamlet' rock opera to embark on tour, producers say

P.E.I.-made 'Hamlet' rock opera to embark on tour, producers say

CHARLOTETOWN, P.E.I. — Producers say a tour is in the works for a P.E.I.-made musical that has audiences rocking out to Shakespeare.
New Brunswick judge to deliver verdict Friday in second Oland murder trial

New Brunswick judge to deliver verdict Friday in second Oland murder trial

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Just over eight years after multi-millionaire Richard Oland was bludgeoned to death in his Saint John office, his only son, Dennis, is about to find out whether he will be judged guilty or not guilty of the grisly crime.
Parks Canada promises to remove offending fence at Signal Hill in 
St. John's

Parks Canada promises to remove offending fence at Signal Hill in St. John's

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Parks Canada is promising to remove a fence that visitors say spoiled the iconic view at Signal Hill in St. John's.
Pilot on downed float plane identified as search continues for missing

Pilot on downed float plane identified as search continues for missing

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Authorities Wednesday were holding out little hope of finding survivors from Monday's crash in Labrador of a float plane carrying a pilot and six passengers on a fishing trip.
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