NEW GLASGOW — Cory Scott could have picked a better week to camp in a downtown New Glasgow park.
But enduring Saturday’s cold, wet drizzle — and occasional snowflake — helped demonstrate his commitment to stop bullying, the Trenton man said.
OTTAWA — British Columbia’s stunning election upset has turned on its head one of the strongest arguments pollsters have always used against banning or restricting public opinion surveys during campaigns.
Since George Gallup pioneered political...
By MICHAEL LIGHTSTONE and CLARE MELLOR Staff Reporters
Dartmouth resident Roy Galloway doesn’t have to worry about job safety.
But he has a bird’s-eye view of workers who do.
Galloway, a 70-year-old software developer, can watch nearby residential construction from his home, where he...
TORONTO — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, whose tenure has been plagued by controversy and embarrassment, found himself embroiled in a new scandal Friday amid two independent reports he was caught on video appearing to smoke crack cocaine.