nova scotia massacre

BREAKING: Nova Scotia MPs call for public inquiry into mass shooting as Trudeau refuses to commit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in May that the RCMP would work on an investigation, though he sidestepped the question on whether or not his government will launch a public inquiry.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Independent review into Nova Scotia shooting undertaken by provincial, federal governments

Details on the joint independent review into the Nova Scotia mass killing will be released on Thursday afternoon by the Nova Scotia and federal governments.

Sam Edwards

Shocking new evidence emerges that Nova Scotia mass shooter may have been RCMP informant

Speculation is growing as to the relationship of the now-deceased mass killer to the RCMP and questions are being asked about the RCMP's lack of transparency surrounding the case.

Quinn Patrick

Families of Nova Scotia shooting victims launch class-action lawsuit against RCMP

The families of the Nova Scotians killed and injured during the mass shooting in April have filed a proposed class-action against the RCMP.

Jonathan Bradley

BREAKING: Nova Scotia shooter's guns were all obtained illegally

The RCMP have said that the Nova Scotia gunman obtained his weapons illegally in a press conference of Thursday.

Nico Johnson

Trudeau won't commit to inquiry into Nova Scotia mass shooting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not commit to an inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting, the deadliest in Canadian history.

Barrett Wilson

NS shooter had been reported to police for domestic abuse and illegal firearms years earlier

A former neighbor of the gunman behind Nova Scotia's mass shooting says she reported his domestic violence and inventory of firearms to the RCMP years ago.

Collin Jones

Nova Scotia RCMP: Shooter used semi-automatic handguns, rifles, only one traces back to Canada

"The remaining guns that were recovered are believed to have been obtained from the United States," the RCMP have confirmed.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Ryan Reynolds gives $5,000 to Nova Scotia victims' fund

A GoFundMe page set up to raise money for the families of victims killed in the Nova Scotia mass shooting received a donation from Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds.

Quinn Patrick