The inquiry inspecting Nova Scotia’s April 2020 mass capturing has introduced its commissioners will launch their remaining report and proposals in Truro, N.S., on March 30 — a day earlier than the report was due.
Members of the family of the victims, their legal professionals, group representatives and others shall be current.
The Mass Casualty Fee says the general public can be welcome to attend.
The discharge will occur on the Greatest Western Glengarry in Truro and shall be livestreamed on the commission’s website.
The report may also be posted on-line.
In a information launch Wednesday, the Mass Casualty Fee’s head of investigations says, “Like the entire fee’s work, the ultimate report is the results of the contributions of many individuals, together with the households, contributors and their counsel, first responders, witnesses, specialists in roundtables, group organizations, the media, service suppliers, the general public, and the fee groups.”
Over 76 days of public proceedings final yr, the commissioners heard from 60 in-person witnesses. It additionally gathered proof from 170 others and entered greater than 7,000 paperwork into proof.
The joint federal-provincial fee was struck after intense public stress from the victims’ households and the Nova Scotia public for an inquiry into the murders of twenty-two individuals, together with a pregnant mom, on April 18 and 19, 2020.
Throughout his rampage, gunman Gabriel Wortman impersonated an RCMP officer, committing his crimes whereas carrying a uniform and driving a duplicate police cruiser. The previous denturist was shot and killed by police on April 19, 2020 at a fuel station in Enfield, N.S.