Just as you thought it was beginning, it was over. Or is it?
That’s the bizarre position of the dispute between former Charles P. Allen Teacher of the Year Peter MacDonald and the Halifax Regional School Board at the Human Rights Commission of Nova Scotia (Frank 743).
Look at this happy fella with the handlebar mustache posing for a photograph with his dear old dad!
How long is too long to fight over a disputed few hundred acres of land? Well if it’s the woodlands of the Cleary family of Eastern Passage, over 125 years, give or take, must not seem all that long. What’s more, it ain’t over yet.
Frankland’s favourite mortgage man Clinton Wilkins is facing a courtroom tussle.
Astor Construction Group Limited, an Ontario/Nova Scotia firm owned by 34-year-old Dalhousie grad Shane Ross, is suing the mortgage marvel over a vaguely defined building project — “certain general contracting work” to be done on Clinton’s 646 St. Margarete’s Bay Road property (valued at $425,400).
Queens County resident Annette Hyson is getting another chance to get disability compensation. Annette was diagnosed with Lyme Disease back in 2013, after a rash of fainting spells. While usually treated quickly with basic antibiotics, her symptoms settled in for the long haul. That’s known as Post Treatment Lyme Syndrome.
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