‘There is this opportunity to change it for the next person, so let’s take it’: Daughter of 2020 N.S. mass killings victim on Mass Casualty Commission report
For nearly three years, Nova Scotians have been waiting for answers surrounding the 2020 mass shootings in Portapique. On Thursday, they got some of them from a long-awaited public inquiry’s report. Matt Galloway speaks with Darcy Dobson, whose mother, Heather O’Brien, was killed that day; and Michael Scott, a lawyer representing Dobson and others who lost family members in the attacks.