Nova Scotia mass shooting: Families of shooting victims boycott inquiry over questioning of RCMP

The public inquiry into the murders of 22 people in Nova Scotia in 2020 is the subject of renewed skepticism. Most victims’ family members have begun boycotting the testimony of RCMP decision-makers, claiming the mass casualty commission overseeing the public hearings is shielding the Mounties from full accountability. Ross Lord reports.

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