Sipekne’katik Chief Mike Sack talks to CBC Information Morning host Portia Clarke about the ongoing tension over Nova Scotia’s lobster fisheries.
For the second time this month, plans to spray herbicide in Nova Scotia’s forests have been cancelled after outcry from local residents.
Justice Minister Mark Furey told reporters on Thursday that he wants the province's police watchdog to determine if a look at the Assoun investigation would fall under SIRT's domain. If it does, Furey said a conversation could happen about what resources would be needed to do the work.
The announcement of a third commissioner for the public inquiry into April's mass shooting is imminent. Nova Scotia Justice Minister Mark Furey told reporters on Thursday that he and federal Public Safety Minister Bill Blair have endorsed the person and are awaiting completion of an administrative vetting process.