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18
Feb
Morley Googoo, everybody’s go-to Indian

Morley Googoo, everybody’s go-to Indian

 
A few days after Assembly of First Nations regional Chief Morley Googoo cried tears of joy in  Halifax council chambers when councillors voted to remove the statue of Edward Cornwallis, a rather incredulous lady from the Sipekne’katik First Nation (Indian Brook) rang me up.
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18
Feb
Car crash couple offer words of advice

Car crash couple offer words of advice

A P.E.I. couple say they’re keeping their options open after their case was dismissed last  December in a Nova Scotia court.
I told you in Frank 785 about the poor Creswells, who were in a car accident in Calais, Maine in 1999. They sued for damages, but the case kept being put off.
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04
Feb
Scorched earth in Trenton

Scorched earth in Trenton

The 26-year-old Trenton woman alleged to have burned down her mother’s and grandmother’s house the other week placed a scorched earth post (phrasing! —ed.) on her Facebook page one day before the fires, calling several members of her family down to the lowest.

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04
Feb
Long-ago plea to the killer of ‘small-town naive’ Carla Strickland

Long-ago plea to the killer of ‘small-town naive’ Carla Strickland

On June 5, 1991, close to one in the morning, Dartmouth police responded to a report from a man walking along the north side of Mic Mac Lake next to the 118 highway.
The area back then was a place where people discarded home appliances, old furniture, and even the cars they had given up on. The man had found the body of a partially clad female.

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04
Feb

Slow wheels of justice go off the rails

Sometimes nice guys actually do finish last.
That’s what a poor couple who were in an accident 19 years ago learned after their resulting court case was dismissed on January 19 in a Halifax courtroom.
First, let me help you catch up:

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