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Jan
CN gets snippy about property rights

CN gets snippy about property rights

Injunctions, orders, lawsuits, protests, trains and chaos are all present in this SNAFU. January 11 was a very busy day in Nova Scotia for Idle No More protestors, the Canadian National Railway Company and the Halifax Supreme Court. 

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14
Jan
Naming names in the blame game

Naming names in the blame game

When previously respected people do atrocious things, it’s always fun to juxtapose why they were previously respected against the atrocious thing they did. 

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31
Dec
Greg & Joel together at last

Greg & Joel together at last

My organ was so looking forward to Greg Cox’s December 19 sentencing hearing for assault and uttering threats. ’Twas to be the final chapter in our love affair with Halifax’s favourite realtor. Sadly, it just won’t end. At least till April.

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31
Dec
So you wanna go underground?

So you wanna go underground?

Changes are afoot for the Canadian Federal Witness Protection Program.

The feds are tweaking legislation to get a more independent process for deciding who gets selected, which will include more psychological examination. The changes also aim to improve training for law enforcement to provide more sophisticated ways of handling protectees.

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17
Dec

Go Tell It on the Mountain in the Courtroom

Justice Suzanne Hood has ruled that a judicial review of a complaint made against the College of Physicians will be heard in an open court, despite arguments made by lawyers for the complainant and the accused.

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