Backed by more than $4.5 million in funding, the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity will offer programs for various skill levels -- ranging from a one-week crash course to a doctoral degree -- to address the widening knowledge gap in cybersecurity education
The Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown opened its "Introducing Caroline Louisa Daly" exhibit over the weekend, but it's hardly the first time her paintings have graced its halls. Some pieces have been part of the gallery's permanent collection since the 1960s.
But the paintings and drawings were for years wrongly attributed to Charles L. Daly and John Corry Wilson Daly -- both... View details ⇨
From a distance Sylvia Dolomont’s North Sydney bungalow looks much like any other home. That is until you move in closer, and you can see it is packed to the rafters with everything under the sun.
“We issue a demolition order when a building is unsafe, and we’ve determined the building is unsafe due to structural issues, health hazards and fire hazards,” says Paul Burt, CBRM’s building and... View details ⇨
A notoriously dangerous but well-travelled piece of New Brunswick highway is going to be twinned.
The federal and provincial government announced Friday that they will spend $275 million on improvements to New Brunswick’s infrastructure, including twinning a section of Highway 11 between Shediac and Bouctouche.
HMCS Charlottetown pulled into port on a clear, mild day after a stint with NATO forces in the Mediterranean and Black seas as part of Op Reassurance -- Canada's contribution to NATO security operations in central and eastern Europe.