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Commission Updates

March 10, 2021

Mass Casualty Commission Issues Call for Applications for Participation (Standing) – March 20, 2021

Any individual or group who wishes to be a participant must complete an application, available on the Mass Casualty Commission website, no later than April 6, 2021: https://masscasualtycommission.ca/participation/.

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Commission Updates

February 23, 2021

An Update From The Commissioners – February 23, 2021

We continue to make progress on setting up the Mass Casualty Commission. We have put a team in place and secured office space, and we started reaching out to potential inquiry participants last week.

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Commission Updates

February 9, 2021

Notice to Potential Participants Issued by the Mass Casualty Commission – February 9, 2021

Preliminary Information Sought from People with an Interest in the Public Inquiry

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Commission Updates

January 21, 2021

Preeminent Experts Secured to Lead the Mass Casualty Commission Teams – January 21, 2021

This group is tasked with leading teams that deliver on the Mass Casualty Commission mandate, including to investigate and gather evidence; conduct meetings, hearings, roundtables and research; and helping with the groundwork that will inform development of the recommendations for the Report.

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Commission Updates

January 12, 2021

An Update From The Commissioners – January 12, 2021

As the new year starts off, we want to share an update on the ongoing work of the Commission.

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Commission Updates

December 10, 2020

An Update from the Commissioners – December 10, 2020

On behalf of the Joint Federal/Provincial Commission into the April 2020 Nova Scotia Mass Casualty (the “Mass Casualty Commission”), we thank you for visiting this website to learn more about this public inquiry.

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