What has the RCMP learned from N.S. mass shooting? | Power & Politics

The head of the RCMP is adamant the police service he oversees has learned from its mistakes, after it was denounced in a report last year for failing to keep Nova Scotians safe during the worst mass shooting in modern Canadian history. Commissioner Mike Duheme discusses the steps the RCMP is taking to avoid systemic failures in the future.

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