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Christopher Phillips didn't have key bomb-making items: expert

June 8, 2015

Phillips's lawyer says police should have let the public know the risk was low before ordering evacuation

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CNIB withdraws claim against another lotto kiosk operator

June 8, 2015

'They are very, very happy with the outcome,' says lawyer

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Christopher Phillips email describes uses for osmium tetroxide

April 27, 2015

CBC News has obtained the document at the centre of the case against Christopher Phillips, the Nova Scotia man arrested at an Ottawa hotel earlier this year: an email he sent to a friend describing

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Dartmouth man sues MRI clinic over punctured lung

April 27, 2015

A Dartmouth man is suing a private MRI clinic and its owner after he says his lung was punctured during a procedure on his shoulder.

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N.S. Liquor Corp. to appeal human rights decision

April 27, 2015

Pearl Kelly’s government employer hopes to nullify last month’s human-rights decision in her favour with a challenge at this province’s highest court.

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MLA Sterling Belliveau unhappy with satellite courthouse closures

April 15, 2015

7 of Nova Scotia's 12 satellite courthouses will be closing
 
Over the next six months, seven of the province's 12 satellite courthouses will be closing.
 

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Human rights board agrees woman faced discrimination

April 14, 2015

NEW GLASHOW - A decision by an independent human rights board of inquiry has found that a former employee of the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission (NSLC) who worked in Pictou County was discriminated a

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Sexual assaults on planes becoming more common, expert says

April 13, 2015

Aviation legal expert says individuals can be charged with sexual assault in the city where the plane lands.
 

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Man charged in Halifax chemicals case to face judge-only trial in June

April 13, 2015

HALIFAX -- A man who was arrested after police found chemicals in a shed and cottage in Halifax will stand trial in June.

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Christopher Phillips, accused in chemical scare, seeks early trial

April 13, 2015

 man accused of possessing dangerous chemicals is seeking a trial in Halifax as soon as possible and will appear in Nova Scotia Supreme Court Thursday to set dates.

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