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The Mass Casualty Commission will have the following main activities. These activities may overlap and run parallel to one another as the Commission carries out its work:

  • Conduct a thorough investigation into the areas set out in its mandate;
  • Gather evidence and information from witnesses, experts and others with relevant information through meetings, hearings, roundtables and research;
  • Review and analyse the evidence and information;
  • Submit an interim report in May 2022;
  • Submit a final report in November 2022 that contains the findings and recommendations of the Inquiry.

Broadly speaking, there will be four main aspects to the Commission’s work:

  • Retaining team members to fulfill the Inquiry’s mandate;
  • Investigating and evidence gathering;
  • Meetings, hearings, roundtables and research;
  • Drafting the Report.

Inquiry Process Overview

This outline represents some of the Mass Casualty Commission's key activities and milestones for the duration of the public inquiry.

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Public Inquiry Overview

This video was created as a way to introduce the Mass Casualty Commission and the Commissioners during COVID-19. The Commissioners look forward to in person meetings as soon and as safely as possible, particularly with those most affected.

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