Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Atlantic Update

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Atlantic Update

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(Delisle-Spy-Parole)

Convicted spy and former naval intelligence officer Jeffrey Delisle has been granted full parole .

A decision from the Parole Board of Canada determined the risk posed by the Nova Scotia man could be properly managed through full parole, which was granted March 5th.

Sentenced in 2013 to 20 years in prison, Delisle was granted day parole in August, with about one third of his sentence completed.

The naval threat assessment analyst used floppy discs and memory sticks to smuggle information out of Halifax's HMCS Trinity, the military intelligence centre on the East Coast. (The Canadian Press)

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(Halifax-Pedestrian-Search)

Halifax police are requesting the public's assistance to identify the driver involved in a motor vehicle collision that occurred yesterday in Dartmouth.

Police responded to the collision at the intersection of Wyse Road and Boland Road in Dartmouth.

The pedestrian, a 23-year-old Dartmouth man, was crossing Boland Road in a marked crosswalk when he was struck by a vehicle turning right from Wyse Road.

The vehicle is described as a red four door Toyota Corolla and the driver is described as a white woman, in her 40s or 50s, with curly, shoulder length brown hair. (The Canadian Press)

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(PEI-Affordable-Housing)

P-E-I's government is spending 540-thousand dollars through its housing program to assist the private development of 24 new affordable homes for seniors and families.

The housing is targeted for the western portion of the Island, in O'Leary and Alberton.

The provincial government is contributing construction and operating grants to three developers as incentive to create the affordable units.

Additionally, the province will offer a 20-year affordable housing agreement and an annual operating grant to the developers. (The Canadian Press)

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(NB-Fire)

A fire early yesterday afternoon damaged a bungalow and displaced a family of four in Moncton, New Brunswick. …

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