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The proceedings contribute to our fact-finding, research, policy, and analytical work as we learn what happened leading up to and during the April 2020 mass casualty. The information gathered will inform our findings and recommendations.

PROCEEDING ACTIVITY

WHAT THIS MEANS

Community Engagement

The Commission will seek input on its process and different aspects of its work from various groups and community members. The Commission held four public Open Houses in September 2021 and intends to host more throughout the mandate.

If your workplace or community group would like to meet with the Commission, please contact info@MassCasualtyCommission.ca

Hearings

These are public sessions where Commission Counsel present evidence to the Commissioners and to the public. Hearings are scheduled to start in February 2022 and continue into the following months.

Roundtables

These are sessions where experts and others with helpful knowledge will be invited to share their perspective, experience and/or research on a specific theme, issue or topic.

Share Your Experience

This will be an opportunity for community members to share the story of how the mass casualty has impacted them, and their sense of safety in their community. This is considered informal testimony.

Some of the information within this website may be disturbing or upsetting for some visitors. This website deals with information about events that include gun and other violence, including gender-based violence and intimate partner violence. If you need to leave at any point, there is a “quick exit” button at the top of the website. This website also includes some suggested resources, should you be in need of support.

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