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Halifax man strangled off-duty cop, disposed of body with compost bin, jury told

Halifax man strangled off-duty cop, disposed of body with compost bin, jury told

HALIFAX — A Halifax man accused of killing an off-duty police officer…

Halifax man strangled off-duty cop, disposed of body with compost bin, jury told
Statue breaks ‘bronze ceiling’: Halifax unveils first monument to women

Statue breaks ‘bronze ceiling’: Halifax unveils first monument to women

HALIFAX — They sang and played accordion, knitted scarves and sewed quilts,…

Statue breaks ‘bronze ceiling’: Halifax unveils first monument to women

Halifax police continue search for mystery infant’s parents

HALIFAX — Two days after a healthy baby was found abandoned behind…

Can Haligonians be coaxed into their harbour?

Can Haligonians be coaxed into their harbour?

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia may be known as Canada’s Ocean Playground, but…

Can Haligonians be coaxed into their harbour?
The night a house fell into the ground

The night a house fell into the ground

FALMOUTH, N.S. — The ground fell out from under Heather Strickey’s feet…

The night a house fell into the ground
Mi’kmaq leaders voice concerns about protest

Mi’kmaq leaders voice concerns about protest

HALIFAX — Organizers say a weekend protest calling for a statue of…

  • Jul 14, 2017
Mi’kmaq leaders voice concerns about protest
East Coast boomtown:’Timing now for Halifax’

East Coast boomtown:’Timing now for Halifax’

Halifax is booming, its skyline awash with construction cranes, and Ontario native…

East Coast boomtown:’Timing now for Halifax’
File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS                                The left side of the aircraft is shown in the daytime in this undated handout image provided by Transportation Safety Board of Canada. In its investigation report (A15H0002) released Thursday, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) found that approach procedures, poor visibility and airfield lighting led to the 2015 collision with terrain of Air Canada Flight 624 at the Halifax/Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia.

Pilots unaware jet was too low: crash report

Report cites several other factors in the 2015 crash

File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS                                The left side of the aircraft is shown in the daytime in this undated handout image provided by Transportation Safety Board of Canada. In its investigation report (A15H0002) released Thursday, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) found that approach procedures, poor visibility and airfield lighting led to the 2015 collision with terrain of Air Canada Flight 624 at the Halifax/Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia.