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R. Leslie Jackson

R. Leslie Jackson was the Chief Justice of the Provincial Court of New Brunswick until 14 January 2014, when he was continued in office as a supernumerary. Jackson received his LL. B. in 1970 from the University of New Brunswick. His time in private practice ended on 7 November 1997 when he was created a Provincial Court justice, he was promoted to the position of Associate Chief Justice on 9 January 2006. The release, as the result of an application by the CBC and the Telegraph-Journal, of search warrant and other documents in the Richard Oland homicide, although the publication ban was maintained; the 2017 labour dispute between the RCMP and Employment Canada, which occurred as the result of Justin Bourque's murderous actions

Worton, North Yorkshire

Worton is a hamlet in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies 1-mile east of Bainbridge on the A684 road, 4 miles west of Aysgarth and 1-mile south east of Askrigg; the hamlet is just south of the River Ure, the biggest river in Wensleydale. The hamlet is named in the Domesday Book and its name derives from the Old English wyrt-tūn and means the garden. There are a number of listed buildings in the hamlet, including Worton Hall and the Victoria Arms public house who had one of the longest serving landlords in British pub history. Ralph Daykin was the publican at the Victoria Arms between 1956 and 2013. Map of the hamlet