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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 15
Feb 18 is in NS honouring the talented work of local artist Maud Lewis. In lieu of the holiday, the NS Courts will not sit on Monday. Courthouses will resume regular hours on Tuesday, Feb 19
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 13
The courthouse in will be closed for the rest of today (Wed, Feb 13). Matters on the docket for this afternoon have been rescheduled. For impacts to court services in other areas, please call ahead:
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Nova Scotia Justice Feb 13
Due to poor weather, the MEP office in New Waterford is closing for the remainder of the day. Clients may log into MEP online or call the infoline for updates on their files. You can also email nsmep@novascotia.ca for a response by staff tomorrow. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 13
: The Provincial Court in will not sit today (Wed, Feb 13). All scheduled matters were rescheduled yesterday & other matters that may come up through the day will be referred to the Justice of the Peace Centre
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 13
Courthouses across NS are open (Wed, Feb 13) although some matters may be rescheduled or delayed due to weather & road conditions. Call ahead for info on any impact to court services. Go to for contact info
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Feb 8
asks you to slow down and drive safe. Roads may be slippery due to the weather conditions.
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Gerry Post Jan 31
Looking forward to presenting at this wonderful annual event!
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 31
Hello there! This is Sierra. She cares about your well being and is hoping you'll do the with her tonight. Let her know once your property is secure so that she can go to bed knowing you're safe and sound!
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 31
Replying to @JaegerPlant
Body Armour is a bullet-proof or stab-proof garment. The Act is about improving safety. People who have body armour and are involved in criminal activity are often more brazen when they commit crimes. This elevates the risk posed to police, other peace officers, and the public.
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 30
Replying to @LowSandralow
There is no reason for most citizens to have body armour. Under this legislation only those who require body armour due to the nature of their employment will be authorized to possess it.
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 30
Replying to @NS_Justice
A special congratulations to Sean Foreman, Q.C., from his friends and colleagues here at the Department of Justice
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 30
Replying to @NS_Justice
“The QC designation is a symbol of high regard and reserved for those who have truly demonstrated their commitment to the legal profession and to their communities. This year’s appointees are certainly well deserving of this recognition.” ~ Mark Furey, Minister of Justice
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 30
Congratulations Deborah Conrad, Gary Corsano, Neil Ferguson, Bruce MacGregor, Sandra Arab Clarke, Dale Darling, Christine Driscoll, Tara Miller, Deanna Frappier, Sean Foreman, Shelley Hounsell-Gray, Charlene Moore, Joshua Judah & Catherine Watson Coles on your QC appointment!
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Nova Scotia Courts Jan 29
Apply before March 15 for a chance to work with the Supreme Court of NS! Our law clerks conduct research, prepare memoranda of law & provide legal assistance & support to the Judges. For more info or to apply, go to
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 29
“We know that body armour is being used to advance criminal activity. By limiting its use, we are better protecting police, other law enforcement officers and Nova Scotians.” Mark Furey Minister of Justice and Attorney General.
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 29
Replying to @NS_Justice
Individuals that are not exempt can turn over their body armour to a police agency. They may also give or sell it to a person who is authorized to possess it.
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 29
Effective February 20th, the Nova Scotia Body Armour Control Act will make it illegal to possess body armour unless you are exempt under the new legislation.
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 29
One of the many great partnerships to improve the justice system for Nova Scotians. EDITORIAL: Money still a big barrier to reforming justice | The Chronicle Herald
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HRP K9-Unit Jan 25
Thank you Steeler for your years of service! It's nice to let a Service Dog finally just be a dog... Enjoy retirement!!
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Justice Canada Jan 23
Fraudulent emails claiming to be from the Department of Justice are circulating! Learn how to protect yourself:
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