It’s already a messy situation — Pictou County YMCA CEO Dave MacIntyre has been charged with assaulting his mistress, who is also his employee (Frank 760) — but it’s getting messier by the day.
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.
It’s almost as if, when a rank-and-file member of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union decides to speak publicly in support of the cause, their local union representative supplies them with a brief but strict set of marching orders before they can open their mouths:
1. Stress that we are fighting for the greater good, not to pad our bank accounts.
On October 30, 1991, when 77-year-old Elmer Dunlap Yuill went out to the barn to do the chores, he had no idea that two people were laying in wait for him. He had no way of knowing that his life would soon be over, courtesy of a .22 calibre bullet in the back of his neck.
“This killed our family,” his nephew, Yuill McGregor, tells me.
“He was our patriarch.”
New Glasgow Regional Police is now saying that up to this point, they’ve only identified one person who was captured on a local doctor’s alleged bathroom spycam.
Which seems to contradict what police have been saying since the story broke on November 30.
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