News releases from Justice issued in the specified time period (Page 14)

New Prisoner Transport Vehicle More Secure

Justice

The province's new prisoner-transport van will improve safety and security for sheriff's officers, the public and prisoners.

Justice Minister Announces Domestic Violence Court

Justice

A specialized court that will improve the lives of families affected by domestic violence will open in Sydney on Thursday, June 21.

New Case in Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program

Justice

Another case is being added to Nova Scotia's Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program today, June 1.

Déclaration ministérielle, rapport intérimaire sur les circonscriptions électorales

Justice

Je remercie les membres de la Commission de délimitation des circonscriptions électorales pour leur rapport intérimaire sur les limites des circonscriptions électorales de la Nouvelle-Écosse.

Ministerial Statement, Electoral Boundaries Interim Report

Justice

I want to thank the members of the Electoral Boundaries Commission for the interim report on Nova Scotia's electoral boundaries.

Drug House Closed Under Province, Police

Justice

A North Sydney neighbourhood is safer and more secure today, May 31, after the province and Cape Breton Regional Police closed a home.

Safer Communities Act Closes Notorious Dartmouth Properties

Justice

A Dartmouth neighbourhood will be safer and more secure as the province moves to close three notorious Dartmouth properties.

Escape at Cape Breton Correctional Facility

Justice

A man briefly escaped from the Cape Breton Correctional Facility in Sydney today, May 24.

Review of Arrest and Detention of Victoria Paul Completed

Justice

Justice Minister Ross Landry today, May 24, released the results of an independent review into the arrest and detention of Victoria Rose Paul by the Truro Police Service.

New Case in Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program

Justice

Another case is being added to Nova Scotia's Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program today, May 18.

Province, Capital Health Report Progress

Health and Wellness / Justice

Provincial officials are reporting progress on a joint review of the circumstances in the release of a patient at East Coast Forensic Hospital.

Province, Partners to Discuss Gun Violence in Halifax

Justice

Government, community leaders and police are working together to find new and innovative ways to reduce gun violence in Halifax Regional Municipality.

Justice Administration Bill Introduced

Justice

The province is updating legislation and making a number of board appointments better and easier with a justice administration bill introduced today, May 4.

Province Improving Maintenance Enforcement Program and Moving Good Jobs to Cape Breton

Justice

The province is moving good jobs to Cape Breton and making further improvements to the program that collects court-ordered child and spousal support payments.

Funding Continues to Help Victims of Crime

Justice

The governments of Nova Scotia and Canada renewed a key funding agreement today, April 26, that ensures more help for Nova Scotians who are victims of criminal acts.

Amendments Modernize, Improve Family Laws

Justice

The province is modernizing and improving Nova Scotia's family laws to ensure the justice system meets the needs of today's families.

Agency Ready to Investigate Police

Justice

For the first time, an independent agency will investigate serious incidents involving police in Nova Scotia.

Province to Repeal Outdated Legislation

Justice

Government plans to repeal six pieces of outdated legislation with legislation introduced today, April 20.

Province, Capital Health to Conduct Joint Review

Health and Wellness / Justice

The province and Capital District Health Authority will conduct a joint review of circumstances surrounding the release of a patient at East Coast Forensic Hospital on April 16.

Amendments to the Purchasing Management Association of Canada Act Proposed

Justice

The province is amending the Purchasing Management Association of Canada Act to better reflect work by members of association.