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Justin Bourque

A shooting attack at a Quebec City mosque is not the first of its kind.
David Coles contends the information should be released because it is important in helping the public understand what happened
Justin Bourque will find out today how long he will spend in prison when his sentence for killing three RCMP officers and
Zehaf-Bibeau was driven by "political and ideological motives" in the murder of Cpl. Cirillo. Even before the day was out, our Prime Minister came out and labelled him a terrorist, without truly knowing who he was and why he did what he did. Knowing that Bourque intentionally targeted five Mounties, murdering three in cold blood in June, how come he wasn't (and still hasn't been) vilified as a terrorist?
When the sentencing process for Moncton, N.B., RCMP killer Justin Christien Bourque unfolds starting Monday, the legal community
As with any major incident, the police force will conduct a debrief on what happened and what could've been done differently
But anti-gun supporters, as well as a gun advocacy group, are taking issue with the timing and message of a statement by
Three of us are dead. Three of us who bought groceries from Sobeys on Vaughan Harvey Boulevard and went to Wildcats games at the Coliseum. Three of us who hold our kids when nightmares scare them from their beds. Three of us are dead and gone because of a young man with a gun. Again. The world will say the same old things about guns, and mental illness and angry young men with something to prove. They'll say the same things about the Seattle killing. Then they'll sit and wait for another tragedy somewhere else. And when the same conversations come up, we'll nod knowingly. Three of us are dead. And once again, we don't know why.
Justin Bourque, the suspected shooter behind the deaths of three RCMP officers, has been arrested. Mounties confirmed early
At one point, mourners broke into a quiet rendition of "Amazing Grace," CTV's Katie Simpson reported from the scene. People