A Nova Scotia First Nation that has had thick, murky water running from its taps for years has started receiving shipments of clean drinking water from nearby communities, but residents say the problem is far from resolved.
Last spring, Peter Furgala adopted a gosling that had been abandoned on the road. Now, the Alberta turkey farmer is torn about the prospect of losing his beloved “buddy” if she migrates south this winter.
Officials are apologizing to an injured mother and daughter who were left to wait four hours for an ambulance in the Metro Vancouver area on Monday, in an incident critics say highlights the need for more ambulances in the province.
An ailing woman who is facing deportation to England has been freed from shackles that kept her restrained in her hospital bed following the intervention of two Nova Scotia cabinet ministers, one of whom said he was appalled by her treatment.