A lawyer for the RCMP and the federal government became emotional on the final day of a public inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting as she acknowledged the police response to the massacre was “far from perfect.”
Lori Ward, counsel for the attorney general of Canada, gave a final oral submission Friday before the Mass Casualty Commission in Truro, N.S., which has been hearing from lawyers and participants this week.
The commission is leading the inquiry into the rampage in rural Nova Scotia where gunman Gabriel Wortman burned homes and killed neighbours, acquaintances and strangers on April 18-19, 2020, while driving a mock
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