Anguish, grief remains one year after Nova Scotia

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AnguishThe province is asking companies that want to set up on-site clinics to not only organize and pay for them, grief remains one year after Nova Scotia mass shooting - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

For Wayne Smith, pain is forged in iron and steel, but also in words.

What started as an outlet to channel his grief over the death of stepson Corrie Ellison is now a 680 kilogram sculpture that stands three-and-a-half metres tall and sits as a memorial in a public park in Truro, N.S:1622669610133,.

Ellison was a victim of the mass shooting in Nova Scotia that killed 22 men and women, and one unborn child, a year ago on Sunday. Smith’s “Broken Heart Sculpture” carries Ellison’s name, along with the names of each of the other victims.

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