Nova Scotia RCMP are scheduled to provide an update on the investigation into the mass killing of 22 people in April.
The killing started on April 18 in Portipique, N.S., and continued for 13 hours across several other communities in the province.
It’s been more than a month since the last briefing by the police.
Several of the top RCMP officers in the Atlantic region will speak at the update, including the Nova Scotia RCMP’s commanding officer, Assistant Commissioner Lee Bergerman, criminal operations officer Chief Supt. Chris Leather and officer in charge of support services for Nova Scotia, RCMP Supt. Darren Campbell.
CBC News will carry a live stream of the briefing starting at 2 p.m. AT.