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Wednesday December 12th 2018 


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Police had to close a section of highway 101 yesterday morning after gunshots were fired and a suspect ran off into the woods. A vehicle was pulled over by RCMP on the exit 15 on ramp around 4:00AM. A 26 year old man was later found by police and he remains in custody.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-rcmp-highway-101-berwick-1.4940656


A Canadian retailer that caters to military personnel is warning its members to monitor their personal information closely after a “malicious attack” may have exposed credit card numbers and other personal information. Canex learned of the attack on November 22nd, shut down their website immediately and then called in an IT security firm. As a precaution, Canex suggests customers change their passwords for its website and any other online accounts.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/military-store-canex-warns-check-credit-cards-malicious-attack-1.4941020


Nova Scotia’s education minister plans to bring in stricter protocols to ensure officials know when teachers are facing criminal investigations. Zach Churchill says starting in the Spring, teachers will have an annual requirement to disclose whether or not they’re facing criminal allegations and undergo mandatory criminal record checks every 5 years. Right now teachers in Nova Scotia are only obligated to have one criminal record check at the beginning of their career.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/education-minister-plans-legislation-for-ns-teachers-1.4941834


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