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Gun Violence Pt 2

The region's biggest city has always had its share of violent crime - it's something that goes along with being a major port.
But during the last five years guns have become more common at crime scenes. And the number of shootings in Halifax has risen to an all-time high.
To tackle the problem, the city is looking to other jurisdictions for help.
This week Maritime Magazine looks at one crime-fighting model from the US, and ask whether we should be looking for solutuions beyond our borders.

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