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

Chester landfill to reopen Saturday after Friday fire

Firefighters from six departments on Nova Scotia's South Shore spent part of Friday battling a blaze at Chester's municipal waste facility.

New Halifax police chief unsure about whether to use street checks

Halifax's incoming police chief, Dan Kinsella, says he'll need to meet with the city's black community before he decides what action he'll take on street checks.

QuadrigaCX's creditor protection extended until June

Approximately 115,000 former Quadriga clients are owed about $250 million after the company abruptly ceased operations Jan. 28. following the sudden death of founder Gerry Cotton.
CBC Investigates

N.S. seafood company accused of bilking 2 European firms out of $33K

Two European seafood businesses are buying Facebook ads and posting warnings in online seafood forums after they say they lost more than $30,000 to a Nova Scotia seafood company.

2 residents drop appeal of safety order at Waverley seniors home

On March 1, fire officials ordered five residents to leave a seniors home in Waverley, N.S., because they were too infirm to escape the unlicensed facility in the event of a fire.

2 residents appeal safety order at Waverley seniors home

On March 1, fire officials ordered five residents to leave Adelaide Senior Home Care on Rocky Lake Drive within 30 days because they were too infirm to escape the unlicensed facility in the event of a fire. 

Family of teen who died in Eastern Passage car crash starts fundraiser

The sister of a teenager who was one of 3 people who died in a car crash on Saturday has started an online fundraiser in support of her family.

David Sobey and grocery chain donate $18M to Saint Mary's University

Saint Mary's University in Halifax has received an $18-million gift from David Sobey, the Sobey Foundation and Sobeys Inc., the largest donation in the institution's 217-year history.

Burn patients speak about 'torturous' recovery facing father of 7 children lost in house fire

Two Nova Scotia burn survivors say their thoughts are with Ebraheim Barho as he recovers in hospital from severe burns.

$180M in cryptocurrency still missing as Quadriga's cold wallets come up empty

Blockchain experts at court-appointed monitor Ernst and Young say the cold wallets that were supposed to hold up to $180 million of Quadriga clients’ money have been empty since April 2018.

Home that burned down, killing 7 children, had hardwired smoke detectors

A person familiar with the house says there were smoke detectors in all three bedrooms of 33 Quartz Drive, with several more on each level of the home.

Halifax, Toronto law firms to represent Quadriga clients owed millions, judge rules

Approximately $180 million of investors’ funds are missing after QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten of Halifax died in India Dec. 9.

79-year-old finally a permanent resident 7 years after deportation saga

Nancy Inferrera and Mildred Sanford are lifelong friends who live together in Guysborough, N.S. Inferrera was ordered deported to the U.S. This week, her immigration case was finally resolved.

QuadrigaCX founder's widow owns $7.5M in Nova Scotia real estate

Jennifer Robertson is the widow of Gerald Cotten, who died suddenly in India in December, leaving his business in chaos and as much as $180 million of cryptocurrency locked in his encrypted laptop and USB keys.

Street checks a 'problem' in Halifax, says justice minister

Mark Furey acknowledges there is a problem with street checks in Halifax, but he's reluctant to speculate why visible minorities in the city are more likely to be stopped by police.