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Judge adjourns bail hearing for man charged in chemicals case

April 13, 2015

A judge has adjourned a bail hearing for a Cole Harbour man charged in a January chemicals scare that prompted evacuations in two Halifax-area communities.

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Judge rules against bail application for N.S. man accused in chemicals case

April 13, 2015

HALIFAX -- A Halifax man accused of threatening police with a dangerous chemical had his application for bail rejected Tuesday after a judge ruled that his estranged wife can't ensure he will compl

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Nova Scotia to save $482,000 per year in closing satellite courthouses, but move rapped

April 13, 2015

Seven of 12 satellite courthouses in rural Nova Scotia will soon close, saving the province about half a million dollars a year.

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CNIB makes deal with 2 kiosk operators over missing money claims

March 3, 2015

CNIB has reached agreement with two former lottery kiosk operators and is negotiating a possible settlement with another, CBC News has learned.

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Announcement

January 21, 2015

We are pleased to announce that Jack Innes, QC, has joined the firm as counsel.  Jack joins Pressé Mason with over forty-five years of experience providng legal counsel to clients in areas of corpo

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Nova Scotia Lawyers Receive Prestigious Designation

December 18, 2014

Our very own Barry Mason has been awarded the prestigious designation as Queen's Counsel (Q.C.).

Nova Scotia Lawyers Receive Prestigious Designation

Department of Justice

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Olivia's Divas 2014

November 13, 2014

On October 18, 2014, our firm participated in the annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada's fundraising walk, called "Light the Night".  Our team, Olivia's Divas, raised almost $15,000.00

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Anderson lawyer pleads for leniency in fraud case

November 13, 2014

YARMOUTH — Frank Anderson, former head of the South West Shore Development Authority, will have to wait another couple of weeks to learn his fate.

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Closing arguments in Pictou Co. human rights case to be heard Monday

July 5, 2014

The lawyer for Pearl Kelly will complete his closing argument in Kelly’s human rights case against the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. on Monday at the Museum of Industry in Stellarton.
 

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