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Halifax Regional Municipality (the “Municipality”) has been fielding several requests regarding penalty forgiveness on historic beneficial transfers of real property.
A special congratulations to our 2021 Race and the Law Essay Prize recipient, Maeve McCabe for her paper “Black Femininity and the Erasure of African Nova Scotian Women and their Victimhood in Our Criminal Justice System.”
Effective Monday, June 14, 2021, the Provincial Court of Nova Scotia will allow in-person proceedings, provided they can be held in accordance with Public Health directives. That means preliminary inquiries and trials scheduled on June 14 or later will be able to go ahead, unless otherwise ordered by the presiding judge.
In the fall of this year (2021) the Advisory Committee on Queen’s Counsel Appointments, chaired by the Honourable Justice Cindy A. Bourgeois, will consider candidates for the next Queen’s Counsel appointments.
Effective Monday, June 7, 2021, the Supreme Court (General Division) will return to a safe services model in all areas of the province.
A special congratulations to the 2021 recipient of the NSBS President's Leadership Award Mukisa Kakembo!