The damaged Air Canada Flight 624 lies on the tarmac at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Sunday morning. The plane crash landed in a snowstorm overnight. While 23 passengers were treated for injuries, none are considered life-threatening. (TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD OF CANADA)
By DAN ARSENAULT Staff Reporter
Air Canada’s vice-president said a crash landing by one of their jets in Halifax early Sunday morning wasn’t due to unsafe weather...

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Air Canada Flight AC624 crash landed in the early hours of Sunday morning. Here are video statements from passengers and officials related to the...

Canada faces China on Sunday afternoon at the men's world curling championship in Halifax. Reporter Monty Mosher will have live updates from Scotiabank Centre. (ADRIEN VECZAN / Staff)
By THE CHRONICLE HERALD
Coming off a thrilling extra-end win versus the United States, Canada returned to action this afternoon at the Ford World Men's Curling...

Filipinos wearing luminous shirts and bracelets dance the Zumba during the symbolic switching off of lights known as Earth Hour Saturday in Quezon city, northeast of Manila, Philippines. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
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VANCOUVER — Canadians joined millions around the world Saturday night in turning off their lights to mark Earth Hour, celebrating the ninth...

A Dalhousie University student living at Howe Hall spoke out after seeing an explicit photo of a friend on an Instagram account. Several students were disciplined. (CHRISTIAN LAFORCE / Staff)
FRANCES WILLICK EDUCATION REPORTER
It has become an all too familiar story. A private moment. A photo snapped, then shared. The consequences greater than anyone imagined. Last...

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Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornets are seen in a file photo. Canadian jets are being deployed to Syria with no effort to suppress or destroy potential anti-aircraft threats, defence experts say.
OTTAWA — How to avoid missile batteries and navigate defensive radar systems in Syria are among the issues preoccupying military planners as...

Pete’s in Wolfville, seen in this 2012 file photo, will close its doors at the end of May. (CONTRIBUTED)
Pete Luckett says stiff competition is forcing him to shut down his grocery store in Wolfville. The founder and face of Pete’s says it’s extremely...
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A man walks down Crichton Avenue during the midst of winter storm in Dartmouth. (TIM KROCHAK / Staff / File)
Forget sidewalks. Walk on the roads. And don’t stick to the sides like pieces of street furniture, either. Take the lane. Sidewalks are municipal...
Halifax City Hall is lit with purple lights on Thursday for Purple Day, an event to raise awareness about epilepsy. Halifax teen Cassidy Megan, 16, founded the annual event when she was just seven. (ADRIEN VECZAN/Staff)
If you wore a purple shirt, a purple tie or scarf (or maybe even a purple boa) on Thursday, you definitely weren’t alone. Worldwide, an...
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The Halifax Mooseheads lost 4-2 Saturday night in Shawinigan. The Mooseheads and the Cataractes are now locked in a 1-1 tie in their first round playoff series. (Photo Le Nouvelliste)
A split on the road will have to do for the Halifax Mooseheads. They lost Game 2 of their first-round series against the Shawiningan Cataractes 4-2...
Members of the Extreme Athletics Viva Glam squad compete in the Small Youth 1 division Saturday 2015 Cheer Expo in Halifax. (CHRISTIAN LAFORCE / Staff)
Staff photographer Christian Laforce checked out some of the action Saturday at this year’s Cheer Expo in Halifax. See a sampling of...
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 A feral cat peeks out from under the deck of a residence in Glace Bay in this file photo. From the time a rescuer hears about a cat problem, it's an uphill battle all the way. (TOM AYERS / Cape Breton Bureau)
There is nothing easy about cat rescue. Nothing. From the time a rescuer hears about a cat having kittens in someone’s shed, gets a call...
Even in the winter, surrounded by heaps of snow, Lunenburg is bright and beautiful. (FRANCES WILLICK)
Sometimes the familiar just needs a light dusting (of three feet of snow) to seem fresh and new. Lunenburg is one of those places that Haligonians...
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The 2015 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn Crew Cab 4x4 EcoDiesel.
Diesel engines have been a niche player in Canada for years, but have been quite popular as fuel-economy kings in other parts of the world, in...
The 2015 Jaguar XF 3.0 AWD. (Justin Pritchard)
An hour or so after leaving the Jaguar XF following a day on the road, you notice something: the buttery leather used on the seats is so fragrant, it...

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A chevron stripe is a spin on the basic zigzag pattern, taking the classic chevron shape (think of the blue and red double-V Chevron Corp. logo) and elongating it into a multi-purpose design tool. (GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO)
Chevron has been surging in popularity for years now, with little sign of waning. A chevron pattern is a repeating V-shaped stripe that can be found...
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