News releases from Justice issued in the specified time period (Page 13)

Young People Learning to Manage Relationships, Conflict

Justice / Education (to March 26, 2013)

Young people across Nova Scotia are learning new ways to manage relationships and conflict by being encouraged to think about how they, and their actions, affect others.

New Case in Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program

Justice

The province hopes offering a reward for information will help solve the murder of a 23-year-old North Preston man and bring closure to his family and community.

Province Recognizes Long-serving Police Officers

Justice

Nova Scotia's streets are safer and communities are stronger because of the dedicated men and women who serve as police officers across the province.

Nouveau juge nommé à la Cour provincial et au Tribunal de la famille à Digby, Comeauville et Annapolis Royal

Justice

Un avocat ayant plus de 20 années d'expérience est le nouveau juge de la Cour provinciale et du Tribunal de la famille à Digby, Comeauville (comté de Digby) et Annapolis Royal.

New Judge Appointed to Provincial, Family Courts in Digby, Comeauville and Annapolis Royal

Justice

A lawyer with over 20 years experience is the newest judge of Nova Scotia provincial and family courts in Digby, Comeauville, Digby Co. and Annapolis Royal.

Province Acts to Better Protect Public Safety, Strengthen Patient Rehabilitation

Health and Wellness / Justice

The province is better protecting public safety and strengthening patient rehabilitation after a review of community access privileges at the East Coast Forensic Hospital released today, Sept. 18.

Province, Halifax Regional Police, Dalhousie Launch Restorative Justice Program

Justice

The province is taking another step to keep families and communities safer by partnering with Halifax Regional Police and Dalhousie University.

Demandes de subventions pour la sécurité des aînés maintenant acceptées

Justice / Seniors

Un programme provincial de subventions qui vise à améliorer la santé et la sécurité des aînés accepte maintenant les demandes pour 2013.

Applications Open for Senior Safety Grant

Justice / Seniors

A provincial grant program that aims to improve seniors' health and safety is accepting applications for 2013.

Province Looks at Combining Halifax, Dartmouth Courts

Justice

The province is studying a proposal to merge the Halifax and Dartmouth provincial courts, which would reduce costs and wait times while improving accessibility, safety and efficiency.

Assault at Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility

Justice

Two male offenders were involved in an altercation at about 11:50 a.m., Friday, Aug. 10, at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Dartmouth.

Incident Reported by Halifax Regional Police Under Investigation

Justice

The province's independent Serious Incident Response Team is investigating an incident that happened early morning Sunday, July 22 in Halifax.

New Website Explains Family Law

Justice

A new website will help Nova Scotians experiencing a family breakup, domestic violence or other legal issues to be better informed about the law, processes and services that make up family law in the province.

Groundbreaking Ceremony Marks Jail's Construction

Justice

A new correctional facility in Pictou County will inject millions into the provincial economy during its construction and create scores of good jobs in the years ahead.

Firearm Businesses Get Clarity on New Federal Legislation

Justice

New federal government legislation means Nova Scotia businesses no longer have to record names of people purchasing long guns.

New Case in Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program

Justice

Another case is being added to the Nova Scotia Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program today, July 6.

Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program Leads to Arrests, Charges

Justice

A Nova Scotia criminal justice rewards program is paying large dividends today, July 4.

Final Tender Awarded for New Jail

Justice

The province is creating good jobs and investing in the economy by building the province's newest jail, the Northeast Nova Scotia Correctional Facility.

Minister Discusses Policing Challenges, Solutions at Conference

Justice

Justice Minister Ross Landry is attending an annual conference in Ottawa today, June 28, to discuss national policing issues and solutions to help keep Nova Scotians safe.

Halifax Property Vacated Under Safer Communities Act

Justice

A Halifax neighbourhood is safer today, June 25, after actions by the province under the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act.