cbc investigates Family boycotts inquiry into mistaken cremation over lack of transparency

The family of Sandra Bennett — a woman who was mistakenly cremated after her body was mixed up with two others at a Nova Scotia funeral home — is boycotting an inquiry into what happened. Feb 13

cbc investigates Missing money, unlicensed operator among newly revealed funeral industry complaints

At least 11 formal complaints were filed with the province over the last five years, CBC News has learned. But they have remained secret until now because there is no requirement in Nova Scotia to publish regulatory actions involving the funeral industry. Feb 12

cbc investigates Asylum seekers in Atlantic Canada had highest refugee acceptance rate last year

For the first nine months of 2017, 90 per cent of refugee claims made in Atlantic Canada were approved, according to a CBC News analysis. That compares to a national acceptance rate of 70 per cent over the same period. Feb 07

cbc investigates Settlement reached after man's lengthy fight over access to little dirt road

A Nova Scotia man who says he was compelled to abandon his home on a stretch of dirt road in Colchester County after months of fighting with his neighbour has reached a settlement with the province. Jan 29

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