Jack Julian


Jack Julian joined CBC Nova Scotia as an arts reporter in 1997. His news career began on the morning of Sept. 3, 1998 following the crash of Swissair 111. He is now a data journalist in Halifax, and you can reach him at (902) 456-9180, by email at jack.julian@cbc.ca or follow him on Twitter @jackjulian

Latest from Jack Julian

Bell Aliant waives 'unnecessary' charges after N.S. senior refuses to pay

Frankie Allison, 81, got a landline because his friends were having trouble hearing him on his cellphone. But he wound up stuck with nearly $650 dollars in long-distance charges for local calls.

Man pleads guilty in 'unprovoked, spontaneous and gratuitous' killing of Prabhjot Singh Katri

Cameron James Prosper, 21, will be sentenced for manslaughter in May after pleading guilty to stabbing Prabhjot Singh Katri in the neck outside a Truro apartment building in September 2021.

Cape Breton brewery loses permit to sell at Halifax market

Following a complaint from a competitor, Cape Breton's Big Spruce brewery has lost its permit to sell beer at the Warehouse Market in Halifax's North End.

Some N.S. pharmacies reporting shortage of cold and flu medications

Some pharmacies in Nova Scotia are struggling to keep their shelves stocked with cold and flu medications. But unlike the shortage of liquid analgesics for children, there are still enough syrups, sprays and tablets to go around.

HRM begins annual budget process in the face of 'economic headwinds'

Halifax Regional Municipality's annual budget process began Friday under the shadow of a tax hike and spending cuts to address what staff calls "significant economic headwinds."

Dalhousie loses heritage fight, Victorian home in limbo

Dalhousie had an open demolition permit for1245 Edward Street in May when neighbours applied for heritage protection for the structure. Halifax Regional Council approved heritage status this week, leaving the future of the Victorian home unclear.

Neighbours raise concerns over proposed South Shore RV park

People living near Cherry Hill Beach on the Nova Scotia's South Shore have concerns about a proposed 15-space RV park nearby.

Sex abuse trial of former Halifax teacher delayed because he broke his arm

Jaddus Joseph Poirier's sex assault trial was adjourned once due to COVID-19. Now it's adjourned a second time because the former teacher and hockey coach is recovering from a broken arm while his lawyer is also home sick.

Halifax Transit fare-paying app could be here by December

Halifax's long-awaited smartphone app for transit should be on the road by early December. That's the timeline suggested by Halifax Transit's manager of technical services Monday at the municipality's transportation standing committee.

Nova Scotia says it has no plans to ban paid blood collection

A safe-blood advocate is warning about the potential arrival of for-profit plasma collection in Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia government says it does not plan to ban Nova Scotians from selling their blood to private corporations.