Sunday Dec 15
Storm blasting Maritime provinces with heavy snow, high winds
Flights were grounded at airports across the Maritimes on Sunday as a powerful winter storm blew through the region, knocking out power and causing dangerous driving conditions.
The Chronicle Herald
Military families face challenge
We've been on pins and needles because we're on borrowed time in Halifax. We just found out we're not getting posted this year, thank God.
Amherst Daily News
Sackville RCMP arrest man in connection with armed robbery
Sackville RCMP have arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with two armed robberies that occurred at the same business on Main St. in Sackville.
Subsidies not the way to go
It almost seems as if the Crown corporation has given up even trying. The minimal service is a sop at best, designed to get the public used to diminished expectations and the ultimate removal of all counter service.
The Independent & Free Press
Local student named Rhodes Scholar
The Georgetown District High School graduate is the 11th Mount Allison student in past 13 years to receive the award and one of 83 recipients worldwide in 2013 to earn it.
Storm leaves thousands without power in N.B.
More than 3,400 N.B. Power customers in New Brunswick were still without electricity at mid-morning Thursday, victims of a wind and rain storm that blew through the Maritimes Wednesday.
Amherst Daily News
An Annual Amherst Tradition
Santa Claus sits on top of a minature house with his illuminated reindeer Saturday night in Amherst near the end of the Santa Claus parade's route.
Chance encounter leads former Corner Brook woman to biological mother
Elizabeth Grinham, centre, was recently reunited with her daughter Lisa Braye, right.
UPDATE 1-Canada-U.S. price gap not due to market failure-Bank of Canada
The fact that some retail goods are cheaper in the United States than in Canada, a sore point for Canadian consumers, is not due to a market malfunction, a senior Bank of Canada official said on Tuesday.