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Alberta Pandas forward Alex Poznikoff earns top player award

CHARLOTTETOWN — Alberta Pandas forward Alex Poznikoff has been named the U Sports women's hockey player of the year. The Edmonton native received the Broderick Trophy on Wednesday night as national championship week kicked off.
Kevin Vickers to announce Friday if he'll seek New Brunswick Liberal leadership

Kevin Vickers to announce Friday if he'll seek New Brunswick Liberal leadership

FREDERICTON — Former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers is expected to announce Friday whether he intends to seek the Liberal leadership in New Brunswick.

Forecast shows growing budget surplus on P.E.I. as election looms

CHARLOTTETOWN — The Prince Edward Island government is forecasting a much larger surplus for the current fiscal year than budgeted. The third-quarter forecast for 2018-2019 was released Wednesday, showing a projected surplus of $13.
Coon seeks to boost renewable energy mix for municipalities and First Nations

Coon seeks to boost renewable energy mix for municipalities and First Nations

FREDERICTON — The leader of New Brunswick's Green party says municipalities and First Nations should be able to buy renewable power from locally owned companies.
Officials begin annual flood watch on New Brunswick rivers and streams

Officials begin annual flood watch on New Brunswick rivers and streams

FREDERICTON — A year after record spring flooding in New Brunswick, officials say only Mother Nature knows if there will be a repeat this year.
'I don't remember' killing five-year-old daughter, Newfoundland man says

'I don't remember' killing five-year-old daughter, Newfoundland man says

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland man accused of killing his five-year-old daughter says he doesn't remember how she died. Trent Butt testified Tuesday at his first-degree murder trial in the death of Quinn Butt at his home in Carbonear, N.L.
Dennis Oland joins lawyers, judge for visit to scene of father's murder

Dennis Oland joins lawyers, judge for visit to scene of father's murder

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Dennis Oland revisited the office where his father, Richard, was bludgeoned to death eight years ago as evidence wrapped up Tuesday at his second-degree murder trial.

Families, friends remember 17 people lost in Cougar helicopter crash off N.L.

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A tragedy that rocked the offshore industry 10 years ago is being remembered today in Newfoundland and Labrador. The crash of Cougar Flight 491 claimed the lives of 17 offshore workers and crew, with just one person surviving.

Newfoundland murder trial considers letter by man charged in daughter's death

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — In a handwritten letter found by police, a 40-year-old Newfoundland man blames killing his daughter on his ex-wife.

Dozens left sickened by carbon monoxide leak at Newfoundland rink

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Health officials were cautioning about persisting symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure Monday, three days after 80 people were sent to hospital by a leak at a St. John's, N.L., arena.
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