Jack Julian

Reporter

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

EHS disputes time it took ambulance to arrive at dying N.S. woman's home

Nova Scotia's ambulance service has issued a statement disputing its response time to an emergency call in Bass River on Feb. 8.

How the $250M Clearwater Seafoods purchase by 7 Mi'kmaw First Nations came to be

The Mi'kmaw leader behind the $250-million acquisition of Clearwater Seafoods says his early goals were even more ambitious.

Serial rent dodger given full parole told to 'remain productively occupied'

A serial fraudster and rent dodger in Halifax has won full parole and is on a trajectory to a better life, according to an assessment from the Parole Board of Canada. 

$500K announced for fight against opioid overdose deaths in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's health authority is spending $500,000 to support overdose prevention sites as part of the battle against opioid addiction in the province.

Nova Scotia overhauls online business registry

Service Nova Scotia has updated its business registry website to make it more convenient. All types of businesses and societies can now be registered online, activities which used to be done by mail or in-person visits to government offices.

False child porn allegations against Halifax doctor stemmed from U.S. police error

The false child pornography allegations against a Halifax-area doctor stemmed from a U.S. law enforcement error involving a North Dakota investigation, a mistake that was then compounded by police in Halifax, according to documents obtained by CBC News.

Toll increases sought for bridges over Halifax harbour

Halifax Harbour Bridges is requesting toll increases for its two spans across the harbour. If approved by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board, the increases would take effect in January 2022.

Black Point landowners take their James Beach fight to the Supreme Court

Three landowners from Black Point in Pictou County took their fight over rocks on a beach to Nova Scotia Supreme Court Wednesday. The judicial review is examining the province's approval of a rock retaining wall they built on James Beach, which has attracted some complaints from the public.

Accessible viewing platform, washrooms part of $3.1M Peggys Cove project

The federal and provincial governments are spending $3.1 million to build an accessible viewing platform and washrooms at Peggys Cove.

Halifax's Athens restaurant surprised by rumours of McDonald's takeover

McDonald's may want to turn 6273 Quinpool Rd. in Halifax into a quick-fry burger joint, but the owner of the property, Evangelos Panopalis of Athens Family Restaurant, says it will remain a house of souvlaki. 

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