Budding artist in middle of first exhibition
Team defense remains work in progress for X-Men
Annual Christmas Day meal returns for 10th year
St. F.X. students assisting toy drive
Pirates continue to focus on 'little things'
Stephanie Wallace enjoying athletics, academics at Saint Mary’s
Antigonish County wants immediate changes to highway intersection
Strait Area Theatre Society opens to overwhelming response
Antigonish County council calls emergency meeting for Monday
Lawyers for QuadrigaCX clients officially ask RCMP to exhume body of founder Gerald Cotten
VIDEO: Memorial University names first female president in 94-year history
Final decision on Northern Pulp waste treatment plant imminent
Q&A: A Nova Scotian living in London offers his thoughts on the UK election
With Andrew Scheer out, will Peter MacKay seek the Conservative leadership?
Former St. F.X. football players found not guilty of sexual assault
Former St. Francis Xavier University football players Jonah Williams and Tyler Ball were found not guilty Wednesday of sexually assaulting a fellow student. In handing down his verdict in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Antigonish, Justice Timothy ...
Nova Scotia farmers' federation relieved by CN workers tentative deal
Members of the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture were meeting with officials from the province's agriculture department Tuesday morning when news broke that there had been a tentative agreement reached by CN Rail and its ...
‘One day at a time’ for Antigonish couple living with ALS
Kevin Landry can’t speak, but that doesn’t mean he no longer has a voice. A signature thumbs-up – often coupled with a smile – lets people know that he continues to persevere, even though his body, more and more each day, ...
Four Atlantic Canada MPs included in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet
Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan will be Canada’s new fisheries minister, while Newfoundland and Labrador’s Seamus O’Regan will take over the high-profile natural resources post. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his cabinet ...
Poll says Canadians think MacKay would be better leader than Scheer
Peter MacKay is still one of Canadians’ top choices to lead the Conservative party, despite saying he’s not seeking the job. In its latest poll, Abacus Data asked Canadians who they would prefer to see as leader of the Conservatives. ...
VIDEO: Remembrance Day 2019 in Atlantic Canada
People across Atlantic Canada took part in Remembrance Day ceremonies on Monday, Nov. 11 to recognize the sacrifices of our country's veterans. SaltWire journalists around the region captured some of the sights and sounds from the ...
Remembrance Day coverage from around Atlantic Canada
Our team of SaltWire journalists across Atlantic Canada have produced dozens of stories in the days leading up to Remembrance Day 2019. Take a look at the stories they've told as we prepare to remember all those who sacrificed for ...
Pictou County Mountie accused of sexually assaulting woman
A Mountie in Pictou County has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman. The male Mountie and the alleged victim know each other, said a news release from the province's Serious Incident Response Team, which has taken over the ...
St. F.X. student society pushes for removal of Halloween costumes from Walmart shelves
As Joan walks down the store aisle, an employee follows her, although she has done nothing to attract such attention. There is no offer of service – just peering eyes. Joan knows why it is ...
St. F.X. sexual assault trial hears closing arguments
Closing arguments in the joint trial of Jonah Williams and Tyler Ball on a single count each of sexual assault focused on whether consent existed for a threesome that occurred during a wine-soaked party at St. Francis Xavier University two years ...