Greater Transparency for Motor Vehicle Appeals

first_imgNova Scotia drivers have a more transparent way to appeal certain licence suspensions and vehicle impoundments. The new Motor Vehicle Appeal Board addresses a point made in the provincial ombudsman’s report last year. “We listened to what Nova Scotia drivers were saying about the fairness of appealing to the same person who issued a licence suspension,” said John MacDonell, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. “Putting these checks and balances in place to give people a chance to have appeals heard is essential, and this new board gives Nova Scotians a process that is timely, objective and independent.” Eight respected members of Nova Scotia’s legal community were appointed today, Oct. 24, to the board. Terrance Sheppard (chair), Dartmouth; Krista Daley, Halifax; Lena Diab, Halifax; Robert Kennedy, Halifax; Harvey McPhee, Sydney; Blair Mitchell, Halifax; Stephen Scott, Bedford; and Robert Stewart, Berwick were appointed. A panel of three will hear appeals and make decisions. Guides to help Nova Scotians understand the new appeal process can be downloaded at read more

GOLDEN LEAGUE Norway to chase France without Sagosen

← Previous Story Egypt win Riga Council Cup 2017 Next Story → Rastko Stojkovic to play for Serbia at EHF EURO 2018 Golden League will be held in Paris and Rouen between January 4 and 7. France and Norway will meet in the opening match which will be a replay of WCh 2017 final. Scandinavians will be without Sander Sagosen, who has a virus and won’t be able to help his team-mates in the first clash.Here is the schedule of Golden League.January 4 in Rouen – Kindaréna:18.30 France – Norway 20.45 Denmark – Egypt 06 January in Paris – AccorHotels Aréna16.45 Denmark – Norway 19.15 France – Egypt07 January in Paris – AccorHotels Aréna14.30 Norway – Egypt17.00 France – Denmark  Sander Sagosen