No Hate Charges for Truro Mayor

(Nova Scotia, Canada) Truro Mayor Bill Mills (pictured) will not be charged with inciting hate," reports Metronews.ca. “In this incident there is not enough evidence to support a charge under the Criminal Code of Canada,” said Det. Const. Shari Barna. The Truro Police Service concluded its two-month investigation last week following a complaint from Truro resident Darryl Moir after the Truro Daily News printed the mayor’s comments suggesting Wood Street was a meeting place for gay men.


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