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Anne McLellan, former deputy prime minister has withdrawn as a commissioner into the shooting spree in April that left 22 people dead. Anne McLellan, former deputy prime minister has withdrawn as a commissioner into the shooting spree in April that left 22 people dead. 

Anne MacLellan withdraws as commissioner into Nova Scotia shooting inquiry | Globalnews.ca

Anne McLellan, former deputy prime minister has withdrawn as a commissioner into the shooting spree in April that left 22 people dead. 

Anne MacLellan withdraws as commissioner into Nova Scotia shooting inquiry | Globalnews.ca

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says it was persistent calls from victims’ families for a public inquiry into April’s mass shooting in Nova Scotia — and pressure from members of the province’s federal Liberal caucus — that led him to abandon a plan for a less robust review of the tragedy.Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says it was persistent calls from victims’ families for a public inquiry into April’s mass shooting in Nova Scotia — and pressure from members of the province’s federal Liberal caucus — that led him to abandon a plan for a less robust review of the tragedy.

She said she supports a public inquiry but can't commit the time required for her responsibilities.She said she supports a public inquiry but can't commit the time required for her responsibilities.

Anne McLellan Drops Out Of N.S. Shooting Inquiry Because Of Time Commitment | HuffPost Canada

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil’s cabinet met Thursday and took questions from reporters afterward. Here’s what they talked about.

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Nova Scotia's justice minister says he privately pushed Ottawa for a full federal-provincial public inquiry into the April mass shooting but federal officials initially rejected the ideaRead the full story and comment on HalifaxToday.

Ottawa initially refused to hold joint inquiry into mass killing: N.S. minister - HalifaxToday.ca