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June 9, 2020 – RCMP union says mass shooting review must tackle ‘under-resourced social support system’

The union representing RCMP members says any inquiry into Nova Scotia's mass shooting should look at not only the immediate police response, but also at the gunman's history of domestic abuse and whether he had enough access to mental health supports.

On Tuesday, the National Police Federation called on the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia to make sure a joint federal-provincial inquiry has "sufficient scope" to look at all issues relevant to April's mass shooting.

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