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- Halifax Couple Thanks Public a Year After House Fire Claimed Their 7 Children - The aftermath of a house fire is seen in the Spryfield community in Halifax on Feb. 19, 2019. (Rob Roberts/The Canadian Press)HALIFAX—The parents of seven children who died in a… … Continue reading "Halifax Couple Thanks Public a Year After House Fire Claimed Their 7 Children"
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Verbal sexual assault,
still is a sexual assault