News 1. Onslow fire hall shoot-up This item is written by Jennifer Henderson. Nova Scotia’s Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) is currently conducting an investigation to determine if criminal charges should be laid against two police officers who pulled up in front of the Onslow-Belmont fire hall at about 10:30 am on Sunday April 19. […]
The current RCMP leadership is “more interested in real estate than public safety,” claims former Colchester-Cumberland MP Bill Casey. He believes that because of the non-answer he received last month to his federal Access To Information request about where a new Operations Communications Centre should be located in Nova Scotia. He’s convinced the upper echelons...
News 1. Dead Wrong I’m excited to announce that the Dead Wrong podcast is imminent — yesterday, we released the trailer for the series. The first two (of eight) episodes will go live next Wednesday, June 17, with the next six released once a week after. I started the Examiner in 2014, with the aim […]
People knew. Long before he went on a murder spree across Nova Scotia, killing 22 people, lots of people knew about the gunman, who we’re calling GW. They knew GW was disturbed, and called him a “psychopath,” a “sociopath,” “paranoid.” They knew he beat women. They knew he collected an alarming number of weapons, some […]
Ross Faulkner, owner of The Gun Dealer, “Atlantic Canada’s largest firearms dealer,” gets more and more strident the longer the phone interview goes on. He makes his points over and over again, as if not convinced I can understand, and sometimes he speaks as if there were a full stop after each word, which gives […]