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Règles de pratique et de procédure

Les Règles de pratique et de procédure sont élaborées en collaboration avec les participants et permettent de garantir que tout le monde a une compréhension commune des rôles, des processus et de l’approche relativement aux instances publiques, y compris les audiences publiques, les tables rondes, les regroupements de témoins et les rencontres communautaires.

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Commission des pertes massives règles de pratique et de procédure pdf

Small Group Sessions & Consultation Transcripts

To develop recommendations that are meaningful and pragmatic, it was important that the Commissioners heard directly from those most affected by the April 2020 mass casualty. Small Group Sessions and Participant Consultations took place during Phase 3 of the Commission’s work. These sessions were organized in consultation with Participants to provide an opportunity for the Commissioners to hear directly from those most affected about their experiences and discuss recommendations for the final report.

Stakeholder Consultations were also held during this period with members of the Commission’s Research & Policy and Community Engagement teams, bringing together community organizations to discuss the issues the Commission is analyzing to help inform potential recommendations.

All of the information and input collected through these sessions will be considered in preparing recommendations.

  • Small Group Session Transcripts
    • Small Group Session with Amelia Goulet-Butler (August 30, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Dan Jenkins (August 30, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Crystal Mendiuk (August 31, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Francene Cosman (September 7, 2022)
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      View Written Statement from Francene Cosman
    • Small Group Session with Jennifer Zahl Bruland (September 8, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Ryan Farrington (September 13, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Scott McLeod (September 16, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Charlene Bagley (September 17, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Darcy Dobson and Katie Devine (September 17, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Tara Long (September 19, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Nick Beaton (September 20, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Adam and Carole Fisher (September 21, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Bev Beaton (September 22, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Richard Ellison (September 22, 2022)
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    • Small Group Session with Clinton Ellison and Connor Reeves

      On September 21, 2022 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm at the Best Western Truro – Glengarry Hotel in Truro, Nova Scotia the Commissioners met in person with Clinton Ellison and Connor Reeves for a small group session. Leo Artalejo, the Mass Casualty Commission’s strategic engagement advisor, facilitated the session. Also present were counsel to Mr. Ellison and Mr. Reeves, Grace McCormick and Rob Pineo; a support person, Wayne Smith; the Mass Casualty Commission’s community liaison director, Maureen Wheller; and Mass Casualty Commission counsel, Jamie Van Wart.

      During the small group session, Clinton Ellison and Connor Reeves provided information to the Commissioners prompted by the following three questions posed by Mr. Artalejo:

      • What do you want to tell us about your experience seeking information and getting support during and immediately after the mass casualty?
      • Much of the work that still lied ahead for the Commission is to make final recommendations that will be effective and meaningful. Which issues are most important to you for the Commission to focus on as we finalize our recommendations?
      • Are there other things that would be important for the Commission to understand when it comes to your experience seeking information and getting support during and after the mass casualty?

      Subsequent to Mr. Ellison’s and Mr. Reeves’ small group session, the Commission learned that the recording of the session had been inadvertently deleted. The Commission sincerely apologizes to Mr. Ellison and Mr. Reeves for its regrettable mistake. The Commissioners greatly appreciated hearing from Mr. Ellison and Mr. Reeves directly. Unfortunately, we are unable to share the transcript of this session as the recording was lost before it could be transcribed.

  • Stakeholder Consultation Transcripts
    • Stakeholder Consultation on Gender-Based and Intimate Partner Violence (September 15, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Early Childhood and Youth Education on Community Safety (September 16, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Community Safety in Rural Communities (September 20, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Early Childhood and Youth Education on Community Safety (September 22, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Support Services in Rural Communities (September 22, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Gender-Based and Intimate Partner Violence (September 27, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Support Services in Rural Communities (September 27, 2022)
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    • Stakeholder Consultation on Community Safety in Rural Communities (September 29, 2022)
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  • Participant Consultation Transcripts

Participant Submissions

Throughout public proceedings, Participants including those most affected, families, first responders, governments, and organizations, were able to provide oral and written submissions regarding evidence entered into the record. The lists of written submissions below encompass everything received from our Participants throughout our work.

  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2
  • Final Submissions
    • Atlantic Police Association
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    • Attorney General of Nova Scotia
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    • Attorney General of Canada
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    • Avalon Sexual Assault Centre, Wellness Within and Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF)
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    • Blois, Nickerson & Bryson LLP
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    • Burchell MacDougall LLP
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    • Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights and Canadian National Firearms Association
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    • Canadian Coalition for Gun Control
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    • Canadian Police Association
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    • Canadian Resource Centre for Victims for Crime and Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police -- National Working Group Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence
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    • Chester Law
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    • East Coast Prison Justice Society and BC Civil Liberties Association
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    • Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia
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      View Appendix
    • Feminists Fighting Femicide and Persons Against Non-State Torture
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    • Lenehan Musgrave LLP
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      View Attached News Article
      View Letter to Hon. Chief Justice Michael Wood
    • Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh
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    • MDW Law
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    • National Police Federation
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    • Nova Scotia Chiefs of Police Association
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    • Nova Scotia Legal Aid
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    • Patterson Law
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    • RCMP Veterans' Association of Nova Scotia
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    • Tara Long
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    • Transition House Association of Nova Scotia, Women's Shelter Canada and Be the Peace Institute
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    • Truro Police Service
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  • Reply Submissions
    • Attorney General of Nova Scotia
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    • Avalon Sexual Assault Centre, Wellness Within and Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF)
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    • East Coast Prison Justice Society and BC Civil Liberties Association
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    • National Police Federation
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    • Patterson Law
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  • Additional Submissions
    • Avalon Sexual Assault Centre, Wellness Within and Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF)
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    • East Coast Prison Justice Society and BC Civil Liberties Association
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    • Tara Long
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    • Patterson Law
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Other Submissions

These submissions were provided to the Commission outside of the formal Participant submission process.

  • Other Submissions
    • Canadian Red Cross Society
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    • Cst. Greg Wiley
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    • Nova Scotia Health Authority
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    • Public Prosecution Service
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    • Serious Incident Response Team (SiRT)
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Décisions

Il s’agit des décisions officielles des commissaires relativement à notre processus, comme la décision de participation ou les témoins qui devront comparaître pendant les procédures.

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Ordonnance de marquage des pièces à conviction à lextérieur des procédures publiques 26 novembre 2022 pdf

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Ordonnance de marquage des pièces à conviction à lextérieur des procédures publiques 18 novembre 2022 pdf

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Ordonnance de marquage des pièces à conviction à l'extérieur des procédures publiques pdf

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Décision concernant une demande au titre de la règle 43 au nom du gend Greg Wiley pdf

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Décision concernant la motion des Participants déposée le 11 juillet 2022 pdf

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Décision concernant les Vidéos du Enfield Big Stop pdf

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Décision concernant les demandes des Participants dinterroger des témoins pdf

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Décision Concernant les Demandes D'adaptation pdf

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Addenda à la Décision de participation V pdf

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Décision du 9 mars 2022 relative aux témoins proposés par les Participants en ce qui concerne les documents fondamentaux de Portapique pdf

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Addenda à la Décision de participation IV pdf

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Addenda à la Décision de participation III pdf

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Addenda à la Décision de participation II pdf

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Addenda à la Décision de participation pdf

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Décision de participation pdf

Des décrets

Les détails du mandat sont précisés dans des documents officiels appelés décrets et définissent les lignes directrices et limites concernant le travail de la Commission des pertes massives.

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Décret : Gouvernement du Canada pdf

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Décret : Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Écosse (en anglais seulement) pdf

La Commission a reçu l’approbation des gouvernements fédéral et provincial de reporter au 31 mars 2023 l’échéance de présentation du rapport final d’abord prévue pour le 1er novembre 2022. Les détails à ce sujet sont présentés dans les deux décrets ci-dessous.

Expenditures

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Expenditures during Fiscal Year Ended March 31 2022 For Commissioner Review May192022 pdf

Appel de demandes de participation (qualité pour agir)

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Appel de demandes de participation pdf

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Processus de demande de participation et d'aide financière pdf

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Appel de demandes de participation Règles relatives à la participation et à laide financière pdf

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