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A property manager in the Annapolis Valley will stand trial next March on a charge of voyeurism.
William Allan (Al) Young, 55, of New Minas was charged by RCMP in February after two women who lived in a rental unit on Blomidon Terrace in Wolfville discovered the mirror in their bathroom had been altered to allow them to be seen from the other side.
The complainants contacted RCMP on Jan. 21. Their identities are protected by a publication ban.
RCMP allege the offence was committed between Jan. 11 and Jan 24.
Lawyer Curtis Palmer appeared in Kentville provincial court Wednesday on behalf of Young, who was not present for his arraignment.
After Palmer entered a not-guilty plea for his client, Judge Chris Manning scheduled the trial for March 7 and 8.
Prosecutor Dan Rideout told the court there are as many as nine people on the Crown’s witness list.
A pre-trial conference will be held in January.