cbc investigates Flammable cladding on Halifax tower not up to code at time of install, report says

More than four months after flammable siding was identified on a Halifax seniors' tower, it's still not clear who is responsible for putting it there or who will bear the cost of making the building safe. Nov 06 audio

cbc investigates Reports reveal 46 abuse cases over 2 years in Nova Scotia nursing homes

Residents at long-term care facilities in Nova Scotia were physically, emotionally or sexually abused or not provided adequate care in at least 46 confirmed cases over a two-year period. Oct 26

cbc investigates Emails show behind-the-scenes bickering over Cornwallis statue

The controversy over Halifax's Edward Cornwallis statue reached a boiling point this summer as protesters threatened to topple it. Emails obtained by CBC News show that behind-the-scenes discussions between city councillors were also fraught with tension. Oct 25 video

cbc investigates Poor security blamed after school surveillance images broadcast on Russian site

Nova Scotia's privacy commissioner says security protocols on surveillance cameras at a Cape Breton school remain out of date, months after images of its students were unintentionally broadcast on the internet. Oct 12

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