60 per cent of sailors who battled HMCS Chicoutimi fire developed PTSD, asthma and depression: report

A study says 60 per cent of the sailors who fought a deadly fire aboard the submarine HMCS Chicoutimi in 2004 were diagnosed with post-traumatic stress within five years. The Royal Canadian Navy says the 56 sailors were 45 times…

Candian Armed Forces set to release study on long-term health effects of HMCS Chicoutimi fire

More information on the long-term health effects of one of the “darkest hours in the history of Canadian submarine service” will be released on Thursday. Several crewmembers were injured and one died as a result of an electrical fire aboard…

Humpback whale entangled in Nova Scotia fishing gear washes up on Scottish beach

A humpback whale that washed up dead on a Scottish beach last month was entangled in fishing gear that originated more than 4,000 kilometeres away in Nova Scotia. Story continues below The Scottish Marine Animals Strandings Scheme (SMASS) wrote a…

Sask. priest faces extradition to Scotland over sexual abuse charges

A Regina priest is facing extradition to Scotland to face charges of physic and sexual abuse while working at day and boarding schools. Father Robert MacKenzie has been charged by Scottish authorities for abuse alleged to have happened when he…

Outlook, Sask. home to $40,000 bottle of Tullibardine whisky

A $40,000 bottle of single malt whisky has turned a Saskatchewan town’s liquor store into a destination for scotch collectors and connoisseurs. In Good Spirits Liquor Company in Outlook, Sask., has the province’s only bottle of Tullibardine 1952 available for…