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

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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. 

RCMP raid unlicensed Cole Harbour cannabis dispensaries

The RCMP raided five unlicensed cannabis dispensaries on Caldwell Road in Cole Harbour, N.S., on Wednesday morning, leading to the arrest of nine people.

Man who fled to avoid paying child support given 4½-year sentence

The ex-wife of a man who fled for five years to avoid paying child support says she's relieved after his sentencing. Joseph Patrick Power has been sentenced to 4½ years imprisonment.

N.S. man who avoided $500K in child support is broke, lawyer tells court

Joseph Patrick Power was subject to multiple warrants for contempt of court, both for failing to attend court and failing to pay over $500,000 in child support dating back to 2014.

This many people have been charged with violating Nova Scotia's COVID-19 protocols

Data obtained by CBC News details the number of people who have been charged with violating COVID-19 protocols in Nova Scotia since the pandemic began in March.

Halifax man convicted of aggravated sex assault for not disclosing HIV-positive status

Gregory Howard Bowser was convicted based on his own testimony, plus trial evidence given by the victim, a man whose identity is subject to a publication ban.

Halifax parkade construction provides rare glimpse of historic hidden watercourse

A historic culvert uncovered in Halifax is providing a rare reminder of a waterway that flows underground across the city. A concrete and stone drain for the Freshwater Brook was uncovered on the future site of a hospital parkade.

Bail denied for Nova Scotia man who fled for 5 years to avoid paying child support

A Nova Scotia man who owes more than $500,000 in child support will remain in jail until his case is resolved. Joseph Power has refused to pay child support to his ex-wife, Angela Power, for the past seven years.

Nova Scotia man arrested after avoiding $500K in child-support payments

Joseph Patrick Power was arrested on Nov. 20 in Montreal and was then transported to Nova Scotia where he's still in custody.

Class-action lawsuit filed against Nova Scotia Health for privacy breaches

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Nova Scotia Health relating to privacy breaches of more than 200 patients since 2018.

Rogers Media cuts 8 jobs at Halifax radio station

The layoffs, which are effective Nov. 27, will reduce station staff to six from 14.

Human rights inquiry into allegations of racism by Halifax police officers wraps up

A human rights board of inquiry into allegations of anti-Black racism by two police officers wrapped up Tuesday in Halifax.

Mother whose son died in police custody gets legal support after public plea

The mother of a man who died in police custody is to get pro-bono legal support at a police review board hearing.