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Police find body of Joshua Wall, who went missing during snowstorm in Newfoundland

BAY ROBERTS, N.L. — The RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador say they've found a man who went missing at the height of a historic storm that hit the eastern part of province on Jan. 17.

Effort to help injured right whale off U.S. coast was first of its kind

FREDERICTON — When scientists used a dart to give an antibiotic to a badly injured newborn whale off the coast of Florida last week, it was the first time the system was used for that purpose.
St. John's, N.L., lifts state of emergency eight days after massive storm

St. John's, N.L., lifts state of emergency eight days after massive storm

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The City of St. John's has lifted a state of emergency that's been in place for more than a week.
N.L. seeking financial help as municipalities recover from major storm

N.L. seeking financial help as municipalities recover from major storm

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — One week after a record-breaking blizzard battered eastern Newfoundland, businesses in St. John's were permitted to call in staff Friday to prepare for the lifting of a state of emergency the next morning.

Study shows busier surgeons have patients with fewer complications

FREDERICTON — A new study from the University of New Brunswick finds busier surgeons have patients with fewer complications.
Texas murder suspect arrested in Halifax to be detained until February

Texas murder suspect arrested in Halifax to be detained until February

MONTREAL — An American murder suspect nabbed in Halifax will remain detained until February, when he'll have another hearing to determine whether he's admissible to Canada, a member of the Immigration and Review Board ruled Friday.
Hockey PEI warns of season suspensions for players for online trash talk

Hockey PEI warns of season suspensions for players for online trash talk

CHARLOTTETOWN — The governing body for organized hockey in Prince Edward Island is taking a tough stance on the issue of online harassment.
'Fluid' situation in St. John's, N.L., nearing a week under state of emergency

'Fluid' situation in St. John's, N.L., nearing a week under state of emergency

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Commercial flights resumed in and out of St. John's, N.L., on Wednesday, one sign of normalcy returning to life in eastern Newfoundland as the region continues to dig itself out from last week's record-breaking blizzard.
In St. John's, N.L., hopes rise of return to normalcy in daily life — and death

In St. John's, N.L., hopes rise of return to normalcy in daily life — and death

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — There's hope in St. John's, N.L., that the daily concerns of life — and death — will slowly begin returning to normal over the weekend.
Concerns over food safety delay venison donation to New Brunswick food bank

Concerns over food safety delay venison donation to New Brunswick food bank

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — A pilot project that would have seen venison from a hunt of so-called nuisance deer go to low-income families in southwestern New Brunswick is on hold while health officials ensure the meat is safe to consume.
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