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26
Nov
Cleared cop's cancer death

Cleared cop's cancer death

Speaking to Matthew MacGillivray of the Halifax Regional Police last year after a N.S. Police Review Board hearing ended in his favour, CTV’s Bruce Frisko asked the 36-year-old what’s next.
“I would hope a lot more police work,” he said with an easy smile.
“I’m thankful I’m fairly young in my career, hopefully I have another 20 years to go”.

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26
Nov
Robie Street rooming house slaying of Ann Marie Masson

Robie Street rooming house slaying of Ann Marie Masson

It was christened the Easter of Grief by The Daily News, not just because of the Halifax rooming house murder of 27-year-old Ann Marie Masson in March of 1986. There were two other deaths that weekend, as well.

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26
Nov
Growing up Masson

Growing up Masson

Ann Marie and Robert Masson’s four children grew up in a decidedly non-normal fashion.
Ranging in age from six to 11 when their mother was murdered (see accompanying piece), Chris Masson tells me the Satanism both his parents practised played with their young minds.
“I remember one time, we saw a witch next to us in the living room,” he tells me.

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26
Nov
A potentially awkward Anglican  situation saved  with a little grace

A potentially awkward Anglican situation saved with a little grace

When it comes to religion you cannot serve two masters.
Despite this basic canon delicate situations do arise from time to time.
Delicate situations which go beyond process & protocol. Situations which require diplomacy and compassion. Which is what the whole ball of wax is supposed to be about in the first place. Compassion? Right?

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26
Nov
NSTU's Ghost of Christmas Present

NSTU's Ghost of Christmas Present

There was much uproarious laughter in the Frank Bunker when N.S. Teachers’ Union president Liette Doucet appeared on the Couch Potato News recently saying she hasn’t the foggiest why some elementary schools are holding their annual Christmas concerts in the afternoon this year.

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