Embattled Halifax CAO Jacques Dube apologized to fellow municipal employees this afternoon for an ill-advised communique he sent to a female colleague this winter that has caused no end of aggravation for council and city staff.
Before Halifax Regional Council would allow CAO Jacques Dube to return to his post following a few weeks on the sidelines in March, he was forced to undergo a full psychological assessment “to make sure he doesn’t have a propensity for violence,” a city council source tells Frank Magazine.
Mark Andrew Cahill, the 30-year-old son of Lower Sackville Tim Hortons franchisee Scott Cahill, is now a convicted fraudster.
On April 4 in front of Spring Garden Road Provincial Court Judge Greg Lenehan, he pleaded guilty to 12 counts of defrauding the CIBC, Scotiabank and Ellershouse resident Mike MacDonald.
North Sydney gal Stephanie Bonner’s protracted fight against the Cape Breton Regional Police (Frank 685, 686, etc.) has revealed to us another example of Constable D.W. Reginato’s exquisite judgement.
Searching for a suitable body to install in the Frank bunker for some months now, I was pleased when Lara Lewis emailed me a resume the other week.
Soon to finish her studies at King’s Journalism School, the native Nova Scotian wished to stay in the province for as long as possible, and she saw Frank as a possible way to achieve that.
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