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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA long awaited public inquiry into the death of an Afghan war veteran who killed his family and himself in rural Nova Scotia last year could be derailed by jurisdictional squabbling, a leading expert on judicial probes says.The problem: the provincial inquiry is looking at issues that may go deep into federal jurisdiction.”There may be limits on what the province can look into,” said Ed Ratushny, a professor emeritus at the University of Ottawa’s law school.Federal vs. provincial”It’s a question of constitutional law, as to what the boundaries are between the province and the federal government .Desmond inquiry to be long, complex but important, says professorInquiry into Lionel Desmond killings recommended to prevent more deaths,
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says medical examinerThe inquiry’s terms of reference the legally binding rules that govern what the inquiry can do are still being drafted by the provincial Justice Department. They were expected to be completed by the end of this month.Family members have repeatedly complained that Desmond, who served two tours in Afghanistan in 2007 and was later diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder, did not get the help he needed from the federal Defence Department or the federal Veterans Affairs Department.The issues have resonance well beyond the Desmond killings.More than 130 serving military personnel have taken their own lives since 2010, according to National Defence, including eight between January and August 2017.”If the province wanted to go into subject areas that are exclusively federal jurisdiction, the federal Justice Department will take issue with that and say, ‘You can’t do that,
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“‘ he said. “The [federal] minister can co operate fully but he can’t change the Constitution of Canada in terms of jurisdiction.”