RCMP provide partial N.S. mass shooting timeline Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp source Comments comments RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Coronavirus: McLaren weighs sale of stake in Components One workforce | Enterprise Information Coronavirus: Workers at rooster manufacturing unit supplying M&S self-isolate after COVID-19 outbreak | UK Information $50bn tie-up between PSA and Fiat Chrysler faces in-depth EU probe | Enterprise Information 23 COMMENTS Why are you speaking over the french translations???? What’s the point of spending all that time on translating just to have someone talk over her in English? Lol Reply I just want everyone to be well aware that this proved that gun control does not work. Please stay safe and end the push for gun control Reply Now can we talk about commonsense gun control? Reply We expect so much from them, but we don't understand and appreciate what the RCMP deal with. They're only human beings. They make mistakes like the rest of us. Again, this was an unexpected tragedy that had not happened before. Yes, we can all learn from this, but there are things you don't know until it happens. Please have some understanding and sympathy about this, and appreciate that they were there, doing their best, and carry an enormous weight for all of us. Reply Seems like they stopped doing these staged events in the US. Thank goodness! Reply Seriously, CBC – Stop translating the French. It makes no sense and it's annoying to listen to Reply I spent all day after it happened sitting in my car thinking about how someone could do this. Canada we will come out of this with scars but still able to move forward… 🙁 Reply The emergency alert should have been activated at 6:30 when his girlfriend came out of the woods and told them he was in a police car in uniform and armed. Probably a mistake they will never forgive themselves for. The fact is that it’s hard to predict or stop crazy people from doing crazy things. He probably realized that after beating his girlfriend and tying her up he was probably going to jail for a long time for assault, forcible confinement, kidnapping. He was going to lose everything and decided that it was better to go out with a bang and take everything with him. Very sad for all the victims living and deceased. RIP you will not be forgotten! Reply There have been other incidents in Canada where innocents lost their life through RCMP inaction— form 1 Reply These officers are incredibly brave. Reply RIP to all the Victims and my heart go with the family of Victims and all Nova Scotia Reply كرة الناس للكنادين اصبح ينموا بسبب عصرية الشعب الكندي والقتل والنهب سوف يبداء قريبا وحتمال كبير فى الصيف القادم Reply عصرية الكنادين سوف تولد الكرة لهم والصيف سوف ينفجر ويبداء قتلهم فى المستقبل Reply العنصرية من الكنادين اصبحت لا تطاق ابدا Reply After the first hour Saturday evening, finding so many victims and still no suspect; not even the suspects whereabouts , the Emergency Alert should have been sent. No question. Reply I think what this guy did might be reasonable… never piss someone off or you might send him to a killing spree. Reply the first thing you should get right is pronouncing the name of community Reply I understand why the police thought the gunman was dead in his burning house, all cars they knew of accounted for, all night long until 7am when his traumatized girlfriend emerged from the woods. It is horrific and their realization that it was all starting up again in the morning, with attacks on their own officers must have been horrible. I am so sad for my province and the families of the victims. I also feel the officers to responded to this are heroes. One mistake not sending out a bulletin in the morning was one that the officer will never forgive themselves for. I understand why the families are angry. For other citizens, we can still be grateful for the courage and committment of the police in incidents like this, even if mistakes get made. Reply Thank you for all your hard work and dedication in the protection of all. Details of this are very overwhelming and could have been so many more victims. Reply Why can't the rcmp just apologise for not alerting the public properly you guys are so ridiculous Reply Man, it takes a lot of guts to deliberately head-on the madman’s vehicle. Constable Stevenson is a hero and a profile in courage. Thank you for your sacrifice in eventually stopping this criminal. I will think of you whenever I feel my own courage flag, although I could never be as courageous and selfless as you are and always will be. Thank you so much. Reply Shocked and extremely saddened here in the United States. I pray for comfort and recovery for all involved. Reply Why are we even listening to the RCMP? They should be under investigation by a third party. This is vile. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.