N.S. mass shooter had long history of violence, intimidation

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New documents released Tuesday show the man who killed 22 people in Nova Scotia in April 2020 had a long history of violence and aggression, including toward patients at his denture clinic. The documents were released by the Mass Casualty Commission leading the public inquiry examining the killings.

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