Airport firefighters work at the crash site of Air Canada AC624 that crashed early Sunday morning during a snowstorm, at Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Monday, March 30, 2015. The flight had 133 passengers and five crew members. (ANDREW VAUGHAN / The Canadian Press)
Operations at Halifax’s airport could be hindered for weeks while the investigation and cleanup from Sunday’s crash takes place....

Follow Willy Palov as he covers the Halifax Mooseheads as they take on the Shawinigan Cataractes at 7 p.m.
The Shawinigan Cataractes beat the Halifax Mooseheads, 3-2 as the nailbiting playoff game went into overtime. The action happened at the Halifax...

Byron Huntley wheels his daughter Joellan Huntley, 33, into Nova Scotia Supreme Court in December. The Nova Scotia government has reached a settlement with the family. (INGRID BULMER / Staff / File)
The Nova Scotia government has reached an out-of-court settlement with the family of Joellan Huntley, the disabled Annapolis Valley woman the...

Canada sits at 6-0 going into tonight's 7:30 game against Norway at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax. Follow our live blog.
Canada suffered its first loss of the Ford World Men's Curling Championship, defeated 9-3 by Norway on Tuesday night at Scotiabank Centre in...

Halifax Regional Police Const. Kristen Bradley, left, and RCMP Street Crime Const. Darryl Morgan show off some seized artifacts at the Dalhousie University Library. (ERIC WYNNE / Staff)
Darryl Morgan has spent many months returning thousands of stolen artifacts to their rightful owners across the Atlantic region. Soon, the lead...


RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson appears before the National Security and Defence committee on Bill C-51 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday. (SEAN KILPATRICK
If ever there were an example of the imprudence of trying to rush through complex laws, it would be Bill C-51. Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney...

Finance Minister Diana Whalen: “All of government’s spending, as well as tax incentives and exemptions, has to be looked at if we are to move forward. That is why we have to consider the affordability of everything we do.” (INGRID BULMER
The 2015-16 budget on April 9 may be the most important budget Nova Scotia has faced in quite some time. In preparing the budget, I met with many...
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Shannon Rafuse fills a box with chocolates in her Lower Sackville home. (TIM KROCHAK / Staff)
Shannon Rafuse remembers going into Wheaton’s as a child and looking at all the colourful candies in the Berwick store.
A dairy cow is shown near Shubenacadie Friday, December 20, 2013.(CHRISTIAN LAFORCE/Staff)
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan waved a block of Gouda at United States trade representative Michael Froman in late January. “Canada won...

Halifax Rainmen’s Chris Cayole (11) and Island Storm’s Mike Williams react to a loose ball in the first half of their NBL playoff game on Monday night at the Homburg Centre. (TED PRITCHARD / Staff)
The Halifax Rainmen were riding high back in March 2012, the first season for the National Basketball League of Canada. The Rainmen were a dominant...

Canadian third John Morris, left, and skip Pat Simmons surbey the house during a game against Norway at the Worlds Men’s Curling action at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship at Scotiabank Centre. (TED PRITCHARD / Staff)
It was a Tuesday night rumble of curling big boys and Canada got the bloody nose. Thomas Ulsrud of Norway, the 2014 champion, handed Canada its first...
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The Hyundai Tuscon FCEV. (Handout)
And now for something completely different... Hyundai is offering the first fuel cell powered vehicle to the public in Canada. The Hyundai Tuscon...
The 2015 BMW 435i GranCoupe xDrive. (Kelly Taylor)
So, you really dig the look of the BMW 4 Series, which is actually a two-door 3 Series, but need an extra pair of doors? Then you might want to...

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