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A defence spokesperson was unable to say why the review — seen as urgent in the aftermath of the Islamic State-inspired attacks — was taking so long.
Bob Paulson doesn't think Michael Zehaf Bibeau's breakdown was the main factor.
"I could die running or I could die buying my partners some time."
The Mounties continue to investigate several threads of what happened that day.
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The national police force will make the presentations during a private Nov. 23 ceremony at RCMP headquarters.
History has shown us you may be able to bomb and kill your enemy -- but your enemies' ideas can never die. In fact, this could result in popularizing the ideas and harden its believers. Current Islamists extremists know this well, that is why they have developed a business model that is fuelled by reacting to the actions of the West. Bombs and air campaigns cannot stop the social phenomena that lead to the expansion of the Un-Islamic State; we need a sustained counter narrative to defeat this new form of terrorism. We need to show respect and vocalize how our diversity is our strength; fostering a narrative of inclusivity.
The corporal's son was only five years old when his father was killed.
As Canadians mark the one-year anniversary of the Ottawa shooting today, Muslim communities around the country will be sharing in the sorrow at the deaths of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent but will also be reminded of some of the ugly rhetoric that accompanied the tragedy and the unwelcome attention it drew to their faith.
OTTAWA — Gov. Gen. David Johnston rejects the notion that the country was fundamentally changed by the attacks that killed two Canadian military members a year ago. While that may be true, there was c...
"It was cowardly, it was evil, and most of all, it was tragic."
OTTAWA — The violence Michael Zehaf Bibeau visited upon an unsuspecting Ottawa one year ago not only killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, but irrevocably altered the way Martin Magnan looks at his own life and...
Bullet holes can still been seen inside the Centre Block after a gunman stormed the building last Oct. 22 — an attack that also left an enduring imprint on those working on Parliament Hill.
RCMP received two warnings from CSIS, and one from its own National Intelligence Co-ordination Centre.
The national capital will pause Thursday morning to mark the first anniversary of deadly attacks that claimed the lives of two soldiers on Canadian soil.