Assistant Commissioner Lee Bergerman will retire on Oct. 8, days before public hearings into the deadliest killing spree in modern Canadian history are set to begin.
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Brian has been with Global News since May 2016. He’s written extensively about energy policy in Ontario and immigration at the federal level. In 2018, Brian was nominated, along with Global News colleagues, as a finalist for the Governor General’s Michener Award for public service journalism. He was a recipient of the 2021 Edward R. Morrow award for best podcast, international category, for his work on the investigative series 13 Hours: Inside the Nova Scotia Massacre.
An affidavit filed with Nova Scotia’s Supreme Court outlines the RCMP’s response to a proposed class-action lawsuit filed by victims’ families.
An IRB adjudicator asked a female refugee claimant why she didn’t ask Hamas for protection after she alleged she was tortured by Hamas.
Policing experts say the RCMP’s silence around the Nova Scotia shooting investigation could explain why someone decided to leak sensitive information to the media.
Frank Magazine, which published the 911 calls, said it stands by its decision to publish because it’s “in the public interest.” The magazine has moved the audio behind its paywall.
Surviving family members of Nova Scotia shooting victims, politicians and leaders of a public inquiry are condemning publication of 911 recordings by local magazine.
Top executives from Switch Health, the company behind Canada’s COVID-19 border testing program, appeared before a meeting of Parliament’s health committee on Friday.
Five employees who spoke with Global News said they acted as a Switch Health nurse or as a nurse assistant, but were not actually nurses.
Drug suppliers that claimed to be based in India offered to sell hydroxychloroquine and other medications at steep discounts and without a prescription.
Adjudicators breached their code of conduct and deprived refugee claimants of their right to a fair hearing.
Researchers found 92 per cent of mass shooters experienced childhood maltreatment, and 80 per cent were in crisis at the time of the shooting.
In this episode of 13 Hours we introduce the final victim of the killing spree and explore the links between gender-based violence and mass murder.
A new advisory panel report points to key reasons why so many Canadians may not be using the COVID Alert app correctly.
Less than four per cent of Canadians who tested positive for COVID-19 have used the federal COVID Alert app to warn people of possible exposure to the virus.
In Episode 11 of 13 Hours we trace the gunman’s movements during the last full hour of the killing spree and introduce more of the victims.