By Michael MacDonald THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX- The inquiry into the mass shooting in Nova Scotia heard Thursday from experts who warned that the federal and Nova Scotia governments have a poor track record when it comes to implementing recommendations from previous inquiries. As a prime example, two experts pointed to the landmark inquiry into the 1971 wrongful murder conviction of Donald Marshall Jr., which in 1990 called for sweeping changes to the province’s criminal justice system. Anthropology professor L. Jane McMillan said that despite that inquiry’s high profile, some of its key recommendations led nowhere. “There was a good deal of energy put into making sure the low-hanging fruit got picked and eaten,” said McMillan, special adviser on Indigenous research at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, N.S. “But
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