Before you get too excited about a new peeler bar at the Porters Lake Shopping Centre — as advertised by these swanky signs that have been cropping up in the area as of late — there’s some bad news.
The talented and fragrant court admin lady looked up from her work, confused. With good reason.
She swivelled in her seat, turning to regard the closed door that leads to the file room. Beyond that, another door opens into the hallway of the provincial courthouse on Spring Garden Road. What precisely was that guttural caterwauling sound?
Following her brief court appearance on April 10, Bonny Beaupre told me she hopes everything works out for both her and her estranged husband, Aboriginal Medium Shawn Leonard™. Then I attempted to take her picture.
“Don’t take my picture,” she exhorted as her hand shot up, grasping my camera firmly.
Born to James and Catherine Beaupre on June 4, 1972, Shawn Leonard had an experience that no child should have to endure.
When he was 15, his father, a military man, had a massive heart attack in the driveway of the family home. Although Shawn, the oldest of two children, tried to revive him before the paramedics came, it was to no avail.
Before Halifax Regional Council would allow CAO Jacques Dube to return to his post following a few weeks on the sidelines in March, he was forced to undergo a full psychological assessment “to make sure he doesn’t have a propensity for violence,” a city council source tells Frank Magazine.
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