1. Bourque was wanted for one of the worst mass shootings in the RCMP's history. The harrowing search for Bourque lasted nearly 30 hours, causing a large swath of northwestern Moncton to be locked down with residents asked to remain inside their homes. Supt. Marlene Snowman said Bourque was unarmed when he was arrested without incident but police did find weapons near the wooded residential area where he was found.
  2. Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown, the Mounties' commanding officer in the province, says it will take time for the department to heal as he released the names of the officers who were killed and injured. Brown said the officers who died were: Const. David Ross, 32, originally of Victoriaville, Que.; Const. Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, 45, originally of Boulogne-Billancourt in France; and Const. Douglas James Larche of Saint John, N.B. The injured officers are Const. Darlene Goguen and Const. Eric Dubois.
  3. A woman who watched members of a tactical unit arrest the Moncton man in the frontyard of her home said the experience was scary. "They started yelling, 'Come out with your hands up!' and they had their guns loaded," said Michelle Thibodeau, 21. 
  4. Residents of Moncton expressed their relief as news broke of the arrest:
  5. Other law enforcement organizations and media around the world shared in the news: