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B.C. mosque explains Zehaf Bibeau connection
Michael Zehaf Bibeau, the man who shot and killed a soldier at the National War Memorial, attended a mosque in Burnaby, B.C. in 2011 and 2012. But an Islamic leader says when he tried to live there, he was asked not to return.
Surveillance video shows shooter on Parliament Hill: RCMP
In newly released surveillance video, a man RCMP say is Michael Zehaf Bibeau is seen running towards Parliament Hill with a weapon. Commissioner Bob Paulson outlines what Mounties knew about Zehaf Bibeau before Wednesday's shootings.
Muslim groups condemn Ottawa attack
Muslim groups paid their respects at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was fatally shot. The executive director with the National Council of Canadian Muslims says violent ideologies have nothing to do with the religion.
Just the Facts: Toronto's municipal election
On October 27, up to 1.6 million eligible voters will be able to cast ballots in Toronto's municipal election. Here are some key facts and figures about the vote in Canada's largest city.
Ottawa shooting doesn't change nature of Canada: MP
NDP MP Jack Harris says incidents like Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa have happened before but don't alter Canada's core identity. MPs paid their respects at the National War Memorial, where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was fatally shot.
Man detained as Harper pays tribute to Canadian soldier
As Stephen Harper arrived at the National War Memorial Thursday, officers swooped in to detain a man who police say tried to breach the crime scene. The prime minister placed flowers where Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was killed by a gunman.
Barack Obama: 'We're all shaken' by Ottawa violence
U.S. President Barack Obama was among the international leaders expressing their condolences after Wednesday's shootings in Ottawa. The violence left a soldier and suspected gunman dead and made headlines worldwide.
Visitor taken aback by police activity in Ottawa
A visitor from Alberta says the police activity in downtown Ottawa is an unexpected sight in Canada. A soldier at the National War Memorial was shot and killed Wednesday and police continue to comb the nation's capital.
Neighbour recalls seeing changes in Quebec terror suspect
The neighbour of a man killed after an alleged terrorist attack on two soldiers says she was "shocked" to hear about it. Shelley Brennan says she knew Martin Couture-Rouleau as a child, but says his appearance had changed significantly.
Canadian fighter jets take off to join fight against ISIL
Canadian CF-18 fighter jets have left the Cold Lake military base in Alberta to join an international combat mission against Islamic State extremists in the Middle East. Defence Minister Rob Nicholson says military personnel are up to the job.