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In brief: RCMP search for missing Sheshatshiu man
Police in a Labrador community are asking the public to keep an eye out for a missing man. Sheshatshiu RCMP said it’s looking for 22-year-old Indigenous man Courage Nui Pastitshi. Police described Pastitshi as 5-11, 160 pounds, with black ...
Corner Brook man pleads guilty to breaking into jewelry store earlier this year
Ashley Park has pleaded guilty to breaking into Alteen’s Jewelry on Broadway in Corner Brook in January. Park, 36, of Corner Brook, entered the plea during an appearance in provincial court in Corner Book on Friday afternoon. He appeared via ...
Labrador City man charged with 2018 murder released until trial
A Labrador City man who has been in custody since 2018 while awaiting a murder trial was ordered released by the courts on Friday, March 19. Vincent Ward, 32, had his bail conditions changed following a hearing, allowing him to be released until ...
ATV rider arrested after fleeing from police twice in Glovertown area
A Glovertown man is facing charges after fleeing from police on an ATV in Traytown earlier this week. It actually took three attempts to stop the 26-year-old. It all took place in the early hours of Thursday morning. Glovertown RCMP said ...
Labrador City's Jenna Andrews proud to be among Daughters of the Vote
A young woman from Labrador City was recently chosen to participate in Daughters of the Vote, a nationwide initiative with the goal of electing more women to political office. The March 5-8 initiative, will see 338 young women and gender-diverse ...
Nature Conservancy of Canada welcomes new leader in Atlantic region
The Nature Conservancy of Canada has a new leader in the Atlantic region. Kelly Cain, a former senior public servant, has become the third regional vice-president of NCC in the Atlantic provinces, the not-for-profit charity announced ...
Dangerous-offender hearing opens in Halifax for repeat sex offender Obed
A dangerous-offender hearing got underway Tuesday for a man who broke into a Halifax woman’s apartment and raped her in June 2018. Sem Paul Obed is being sentenced in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on charges of break and enter, aggravated sexual ...
First overview on Atlantic Immigration Pilot: We can be cautiously optimistic, expert says
Out of the 3,517 applications for permanent residence that Nova Scotia approved last year, almost half are from the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program (AIP). To people who follow immigration in Atlantic Canada, the pilot program is ...
FACETS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE: 'Take the veil of silence away': Cyberbullying another kind of domestic abuse
HALIFAX - Words hurt. Emotional abuse is hard to prosecute, but it can have detrimental effects on someone's mental health. Dr. Nancy Ross, a professor in the Department of Social Work at Dalhousie University, said cyberbullying is ...
FACETS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE: 'I feel like I always have to watch my back' - Woman hopes cyberbullying law can stop ex-girlfriend's alleged harassment
CAPE BRETON - The video rant of a live stream video, telling Frances to kill herself, is still on the public Facebook wall of one of her alleged harassers. "Go hang yourself. Do society a favour," the person in the video screams angrily, ...