"He described how they had changed positions multiple times to make it more comfortable," Beveridge wrote, in reviewing Laing's testimony. The sex was consensual." The woman said she told Laing at the beginning of the evening that she didn't want to have sex without a condom. "It felt wrong, and I don't want to be around you anymore." The Court of Appeal said Judge Whelan appeared to attach a great deal of weight to that text.Despite that, she told court they did end up having sex, although her explanation of how that unfolded was somewhat vague. "In our view, the trial judge interpreted the message as being consistent with and, hence, corroborative of her testimony that she was the victim of non-consensual sex," Beveridge wrote.Nova Scotia is the second smallest of Canadas provinces, but has the largest population of the Atlantic Provinces.Highlights of Cape Breton include Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the Cabot Trail, a scenic drive that follows the rugged coastline. Peggys Cove Lighthouse With Sunset Moon Nova Scotia A calming sunset over Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in St.Highland Connect supports healthier lifestyles for all.The demand for electricity is conrolled by the customers (not by the electric company). NSL 1889 chapter 132 — Act to incorporate the Dartmouth Gas & Electric Light & Heating & Power Co. NSL 1920 chapter 181 — Amendment The Dartmouth GELHP Co. The difference is .50 per share before exercise costs, said Briggs, noting that towns probably will stabilize trash rates with their proceeds.# Privately-Owned Electric Utility Companies # Government-Owned Electric Utilities # Renewable-Energy Electric Companies # Inventory: Renewable Electric Generation, 2002-2012 # 1958: List of all electric utilities in Nova Scotia # 2001: List of all electric utilities in Nova Scotia # UARB electric power documents # Recent additions to this list # NS to manage own greenhouse emissions # Notes # Edison telegram, 31 July 1907 The full, official, legal name of each company is given. to sell its entire property, assets and undertaking to the Nova Scotia Light & Power Co. reported that, during the year 1912, its operating revenue was ,941.68 and operating expenses were ,324.52, and it paid 8.87 in taxes. On 30th December 1966, all of the outstanding shares of Eastern Light & Power Company Limited were purchased by the Nova Scotia Power Commission at a cost of ,900,000. (all three based in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia). The city of Bangor holds slightly more than 16 percent of the 825,000 warrants, Landry said.This list is known to be incomplete (I'm working on it). Source: PUB Annual Report 1912-13 On 14 June 1922, the Digby EL Co. — Nova Scotia Power Commission Annual Report 1966, page 12 Eastern Utilities Limited was a holding company (it owned shares of other companies), not an operating utility company – it did not own any generating plants or transmission lines or any other equipment used in the production and/or distribution of electric power, it did not deliver electricity to anyone, and it did not send bills to electric power consumers. May 1940: Eastern Utilities Limited is an investment holding Company which owns all the issued shares of Canada Electric Company Limited; The Eastern Electric and Development Company Limited; and with the exception of 33 shares, all of the 11,254 shares (par value 0) of the Moncton Electricity and Gas Company Limited; also the majority of common (voting) shares of Maritime Coal, Railway and Power Company Limited; and all the issued shares of Joggins Coal Company Limited. Bangor's proceeds before brokerage fees would be nearly .6 million.
At all times, the electricity generatedmust be exactly equal to the existing demand – no more and no less. On 25 February 1935, official approval was given by the PUB for the Dartmouth GELHP Co. A municipal review committee, set up at Eastern Maine Development Corp., is handling the warrants, said Bangor City Manager Ed Barrett.
The sun sets on the charming harbour town of Lunenburg.
The lights of the town reflect on the harbour waters.
Its maximum output was 55 kilowatts, the service operated only seven hours out of twenty-four, and, according to an ancient townsman (who was interviewed by Harry Bruce in the mid-1970s) "You could hardly see the light bulbs even when you turned them on," — translation: the voltage was well below the proper level which meant that the generating plant was overloaded, or the distribution circuits were inadequate, or both. Bangor Hydro will continue to deliver power, which many customers are buying through the utility under state-established standard offer service.
A 29-year-old Annapolis County man has won a new trial on a charge of sexual assault after the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal found the original trial judge made serious errors in convicting him.