Nova Scotia Domestic Violence Action Plan Update 2012
Domestic Violence Action Plan
On Nov. 20, 2012, Justice Minister Ross Landry announced the Transgendered Persons Protection Act. This Act makes it clear that Nova Scotians cannot be denied a job, a place to live or service at a business because they are transgender. Nova Scotia is the fourth jurisdiction in Canada to include a specific reference to gender identity in its human rights legislation.
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Missing PersonDOB: 66-08-30
The Government of the Province of Nova Scotia is offering rewards of up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the disappearance of Leslie Anne KATNICK.
On November 4, 1991, Montreal Police received a complaint from Mr. Katnick, who reported that his daughter, Leslie Anne Katnick, was missing. Leslie Katnick had been residing at 3407 Rosedale Street, Montreal, Quebec, until November 1, 1991, which was the last time she was seen by either friends or family.
The investigation revealed that Leslie Katnick registered into the Halifax YMCA on November 2, 1991, for several nights and returned the key on November 4, 1991. Ms. Katnick’s banking card was also used on November 2, 1991, in Halifax. No further information has surfaced with respect to the whereabouts of Leslie Katnick, and the circumstances of her disappearance are suspicious, and foul play may be involved.
Police believe there are persons who have information that could result in an arrest and possible charges.
Any person with information regarding the person(s) responsible for the disappearance of Leslie Anne KATNICK should call the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program at 1-888-710-9090.
The reward is payable in Canadian funds and will be apportioned as deemed just by the Minister of Justice for the Province of Nova Scotia. Employees of law enforcement and correctional agencies are not eligible to collect this reward.