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The child's father has been charged.
The force says sexual assault survivors may not report out of fear they won't be believed.
Cocaine and other drugs are missing.
Halifax Regional Police says the decision was made after several months of discussions with Halifax Pride.
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This is the second home invasion involving a senior in Halifax in two days.
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"I think the pants were the focus of the robbery."
Facebook and Twitter users have called the original photo an "awesome'' and "heartwarming'' show of compassionate policing.
"Hard to find words for this one."
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's RCMP say an alleged plan by at least two suspects to carry out "mass killings" of civilians in a public place in the Halifax area on Valentine's Day has been foiled.Asst. Commi...
Rita-Clare LeBlanc had reached the darkest moment of her young life. The months of bullying at her high school had taken a toll and she decided to end her life and become yet another statistic of Nova Scotia's abysmal bullying record. She sat alone in her room and started to swallow her father's blood pressure pills. She was going to take as many as she could before passing out and dying. Fortunately, before the point of no return, her mother walked in and made her throw up the pills. She held her, cried with her, and together they vowed to do whatever it took to put Rita-Clare's promising life back together. Her story sounds so familiar by now.
HALIFAX - Halifax police have again refused to provide Nova Scotia's access-to-information review officer with records about whether any officers ran a lie-detector company after she called on the for...