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Nova Scotia Shooting

She was aboard a Canadian Armed Forces helicopter when it crashed near Greece.
"To my dear Nova Scotia, we are there with you in the deepest of ways."
#WearRedFriday was the country's way to show everyone is mourning right alongside the province.
The illustrations will stand as a haunting reminder of Canada's deadliest mass killing.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said he wants to bring in new legislation as quickly as possible.
The prime minister called the situation “heartbreak on top of other heartbreaks.”
Here's how events unfolded over the weekend.
Fallen RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson was “one of our best,” the prime minister said.
At least 22 people were killed in the rampage, said RCMP.
Some of the victims in Canada’s deadliest mass killing didn’t seem to have known suspect Gabriel Wortman, said police.
About Nova Scotia Shooting
The Nova Scotia mass shooting happened in northern Nova Scotia on April 18 and 19, 2020. The deadliest mass killing in Canadian history began in the rural community of Portapique and ended in Enfield, N.S., where the gunman was killed by police. At least 22 people were killed over the course of several hours, including RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson.