NSBS in the news

The following media reports were published since the last edition of InForum:

NEW: North Preston land title plan in the works, says Nova Scotia government
Dispute over legal documents goes back to early 1800s
CBC News | Feb 25, 2016

DESCENDANTS OF BLACK LOYALISTS FIGHT FOR LAND GIVEN TO THEM DURING REVOLUTIONARY WAR
Atlas Obscura | Feb. 24, 2016

Descendants of black loyalists in Nova Scotia seek land titles
by MICHAEL TUTTON
The Canadian Press | Feb. 23, 2016
(The Globe and Mail and other publications)

Some residents of historically black communities lack clear title to land: 'Let’s not be so lawyer like, let’s be a little more practical here,' says lawyer Darrel Pink
CBC News | Feb 23, 2016

NEWSMAKER interview with NSBS Executive Director Darrel Pink
CBC TV: Nova Scotia News at 6 | February 23, 2016
(Near the 30-minute mark) 

No easy fix to Preston land title cases, says area councillor: David Hendsbee hopes historic injustice can be resolved
By Jacob Boon
The Coast | Feb. 23, 2016

Mitch Kowalski: Entity regulation comes to Canada
LEGAL POST | February 23, 2016

Looking ahead: Legal entity-based regulation
CBA National | February 23 2016

Journalism project reveals injustice in African Nova Scotian land titles:
Families living on land for 200 years without legal ownership.
By Jacob Boon
The Coast | Feb 22, 2016

The Advocate | Feb. 19, 2016 
CBC News | February 18, 2016
by Blair Rhodes 

Lyle Howe claims he was wronged as sexual assault charge against him withdrawn
Halifax lawyer says case should never have gone to trial, has gone through hell.
By Haley Ryan
Metro Halifax | Feb 18 2016

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