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moncton shooting

Justin Trudeau should follow the example of New Zealand's leader by swiftly announcing long overdue bans.
The force is buying 51 military-style assault rifles for front-line use.
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?
Constables. Dave Ross, 32, Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, 45, and Douglas James Larche, 40, were killed in the shootings. Constables
The families left behind -- that's what is hitting me the hardest in the wake of last week's tragedy in Moncton that saw three RCMP officers -- three fathers -- gunned down. This weekend is Father's Day -- the first in a series of terrible 'firsts' that these will families have to face without husbands and fathers.
OTTAWA‚ÄĒAir Canada pushed back at its critics on social media Wednesday who complained the company gouged RCMP and other law
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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