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The Mass Casualty Commission is an independent public inquiry created to examine the Nova Scotia Mass Casualty of April 18-19, 2020. Its aim is to provide meaningful recommendations to help protect Canadians in the future.

The Mass Casualty Commission will use social media to help keep Canadians informed on its proceedings and opportunities to participate. While the Commission is communicating directly with those most affected by the April 2020 mass casualty, social media is one tool that will be used to support the sharing of information and announcements with as many Canadians as possible.

Links to learn more about the Mass Casualty Commission:​

Questions about Social Media

What platforms are the Commission using?

Facebook and Twitter:

We will keep this list updated if new profiles are added.

Can we communicate with the Commission using Twitter Direct Messages or Facebook?

We will post more questions pertaining to social media as they emerge. A full Frequently Asked Questions list is located here.

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