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A rookie member of the legislature is the fourth candidate and first woman to enter Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservative leadership race.

Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin announced her candidacy during an event held in Amherst yesterday.

Smith-McCrossin, who represents the riding of Cumberland North, joins fellow caucus members Tim Houston and John Lohr, along with Cape Breton Municipality Mayor Cecil Clarke in the contest for the party's top job.

Party officials say they checked records as far back as the 1940s and believe she is the first woman to vie for the party leadership. (The Canadian Press)

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A former top Newfoundland athlete wept as her father and former boyfriend described her descent from a happy young woman to a murder suspect now on trial for killing a man with a hammer.

Gary Norris told the Supreme Court in St. John's that his daughter, Anne Norris, went from being a confident, athletic, social child to being paranoid about threats and attacks that didn't appear to be real.

He testified that she told him that someone was following her, and that someone put something in her coffee.

Anne Norris has admitted to killing 46-year-old Marcel Reardon with a hammer in 2016, but her lawyer says she is not criminally responsible due to a mental health disorder. (VOCM)

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A national organization that supports wounded veterans is launching a new program to reduce the wait list for service dogs.

Wounded Warriors Canada says it will invest 300-thousand dollars and pair a minimum of 25 P-T-S-D Service dogs with veterans by the end of the year.

The program aims to help increase the number of dogs in training and reduce the wait list facing ill and injured veterans and first responders. …

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