Speaking with Antigonish RCMP Cpl. Shannon Fear about ousted St. FX professor Dr. Behrang Foroughi-Mobarakeh, it’s clear this is a touchy subject for her.
When we last spoke to New Glasgow developer/legal beagle Jamie MacGillivray, he was in the early stages of renovating the old Roseland Cabaret into a home for his property development business.
But a rather amused Franklander recently alerted us that Jamie’s plans for the space have recently changed.
“It’s becoming a rock climbing place,” the observer tells me.
Ten days have been set aside for the rape trial of a former Nova Scotia university professor in Antigonish Supreme Court, beginning on May 16.
But chances are, this is the first you’re hearing of it.
The first quarter of 2016 has seen New Glasgow’s Hector Broadcasting rack up almost $400,000 worth of Federal Tax Court judgements against it.
“We’re not really going to comment on any kind of business of the radio station,” company veep Mike Freeman advised when I reached him at his Provost Street office the other day.
The St. FX student and varsity rugby athelete accused of breaking into the Tall and Small Cafe in Antigonish last November will be back in court April 27.
On March 30, English lit student Carolyn Stewart, 22, faced three charges in relation to the late-night five-finger discount that occured in the early morning hours of November 28.
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