Mi’kmaq community in Nova Scotia holds ceremony to honour lives lost

The Mi’kmaq community in Nova Scotia has responded to the weekends mass shooting in the province with a ceremony to honour the lives that were lost.

As of Tuesday, police report that 23 people died in the attacks.

It’s the largest mass shooting in Canadian history.

Video Journalist / Halifax

Angel Moore is a proud Cree from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. Angel grew up in Winnipeg and has a Journalism degree from the University of King’s College. She also has a degree from Dalhousie University in International Development Studies and Environmental Sustainability. Angel joined APTN News in June 2018 as the correspondent in the Halifax bureau and covers Atlantic Canada.

2 thoughts on “Mi’kmaq community in Nova Scotia holds ceremony to honour lives lost

  1. this is dreadful, I have been to Nova scotia and it seemed liked such a peaceful farm and fishing country, close knit families….our news is so filled with nothing but Covidl9, very little about this tragedy, its shameful.

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