Canadian army reservist Nathan Cirillo has died and a gunman was shot dead inside Parliament Hill after armed attackers opened fire in Ottawa. (8)
A transcript of live coverage of by reporters at CityNews, 680News and Maclean's magazine.
Little else is known about the man, but one media report says he's Canadian and was born in 1982.
He has been identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. One media report says he's Canadian and was born in 1982.
The violence has rattled Canada and reaction online was swift and strong.
Kevin Vickers, 58, became the sergeant-at-arms in the House of Commons eight years ago.
Parliament Hill reporter Cormac MacSweeney was on the phone with his editor, talking about possible assignments, when the shooting started at Parliament Hill. He then turned on his recorder. Afterwards, he was moved into lockdown. Audio
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office says two events in Toronto with Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai have been cancelled. Video
A soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa was shot in killed.
Police will be focus on the "Big 4" -- aggressive, distracted and impaired driving and driving without a seatbelt on. (3)
A closer look at the effect of oil prices could also attract the federal government's attention.
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai will become the sixth person ever to receive honorary Canadian citizenship. Video
Brennan said reports he had become radicalized were "news to her," but acknowledged she had seen a definite change in him. (7)
The surge took place on Shaw Street near Bloor and Ossington on Oct 1. (1)
The increase is not the result of a specific threat. (12)
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"Hmmm, I wonder what ideology the terrorists had. Looking at you, Islam..." SyndicateLeader commented in Soldier gunned down near Parliament Hill identified as Hamilton man
"i am not a fan of liberals but her speech makes sense, we can not allow fear and terror to control what we as Canadians do and feel, they cant control the freedom we have, the Armed forces member who died today and the brave men and woman of law enforcement, the security staff on the hill, yes i feel that armed security should be stationed in the parliament buildings, and any government legislature in any province," Will King commented in Legislatures across Canada tighten security after Ottawa attack