Reached at the Westville home he shares with his wife and two young children, former professional hockey player Dave Mac-Intyre, 48, tells me he doesn’t know how his being charged with assault will factor into his future as the CEO of the Pictou County YMCA.
Although the Creep Catchers movement had its official coming out in Nova Scotia this summer when a Halifax Transit bus driver became ensnared in a sting — the city fired him over it — I predict you’ll be hearing a lot more about the Halifax Creep Catchers from here on out.
Garnet Keddy knows that his brother, David Keddy, died courtesy of a bullet to the back of his head 30 years ago this June.
Although the Bloomington, Annapolis County resident doesn’t know who pulled the trigger, he seems to know why. His brother showed all the warning signs of being something of a rural drug kingpin.
The New Year’s Eve incident at the home of N.S. Immigration Minister Lena Diab is just the latest chapter in her husband’s ongoing struggle with mental illness, sources say.
Frank Magazine has learned that Maroun Diab, 58, has long been medicated for bipolar disorder, but his struggle took a turn for the worse this summer while spending time in his native Lebanon.
I have had an intense interest in missing persons cases and unsolved murders for most of my life. When Al Gore invented the internet back in the day, I waited patiently for websites to come along that would report on such cases.
My patience was rewarded. Here are some of the true crime websites that are of particular interest to me.
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