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Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent were both killed in October 2014.
Photo credit: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld Said Chow: "I believe that everyone counts. No matter where we came from, what
At a time when the nation is in mourning and a little boy has lost his father so tragically, I refuse to squabble over the
A B.C. teen who has Down syndrome has sewn a blanket for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son so that he can have a "warm hug." Angel
Even in this moment of intense national sorrow and anger, we must remember that the accessibility of Parliament Hill to the general public is crucial to our national identity, and must be preserved at any cost.
OTTAWA — Security practices on Parliament Hill will have to change following Wednesday’s shooting, Canada’s parliamentarians
As Canada continues to mourn the loss of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in Ottawa, one retired veteran is honouring the fallen soldier
Wearing the traditional black robes of Canada’s sergeant-at-arms, Kevin Vickers shot and killed a gunman who entered Parliament
On Wednesday morning, a gunman opened fire at the memorial, wounding a soldier, before moving to nearby Parliament Hill where
Gunfire rang out Wednesday on Parliament Hill in Ottawa and one member of the Canadian forces was shot at the War Memorial
The Ottawa Citizen has obtained an emergency services phone call from the time of the shootings in downtown Ottawa on Wednesday
Canada received several warnings about potential terror attacks in the weeks preceding Wednesday's siege at Parliament Hill
In the midst of the tragedy unfolding on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, small sparks of hope were seen across social
The following is a first-person account from a government employee who was under lockdown at the time of the shooting. The
Canadian stocks took a conspicuous downward turn as news broke of a shooting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The S&P TSX Composite