By Michael MacDonald THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX-An inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting heard Tuesday from Indigenous residents who complained about the RCMP’s failure to issue timely warnings as the killer passed near two First Nations during his 13-hour rampage. The inquiry has heard that late on the night of April 18, 2020, the RCMP started issuing alerts via Twitter, but those messages did not mention that an active shooter was on the loose, a warning that wasn’t issued until 8 a.m. the next day. At that point, the killer was still at large, disguised as a Mountie and driving a car that look exactly like a marked RCMP cruiser. Cheryl Copage-Gehue, a member of the Sipekne’katik First Nation, said two of the killer’s 22 victims, a Mountie and a
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