- — CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts)Wed, Oct 22 2014 18:30:40Police in #Ottawa cannot confirm whether gunman shot dead in Parliament is the same person that shot and killed soldier at the War Memorial,
- — CBC Ottawa (@CBCOttawa)Wed, Oct 22 2014 17:38:01Shooting investigation going on for more than 3 hours. Much of downtown Ottawa still in lockdown: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/parliament-hill-attack-1-gunman-dead-after-soldier-shot-at-national-war-memorial-1.2808710 … #cbcOTT #OTTnews
- — Aarti Pole (@aartipole)Wed, Oct 22 2014 17:30:31White House briefing: "US has been in touch with Cdn conterparts over several months regarding counter-terrorism" - specifically ISIS
- — Lauren Dobson-Hughes (@ldobsonhughes)Wed, Oct 22 2014 17:09:13Large section of downtown on lockdown. Shots were fired earlier at Rideau mall, but no injuries, and not clear any shooter was involved
- — Breaking News (@BreakingNews)Wed, Oct 22 2014 16:55:50
- — Stefan Oliver Keyes (@stefankeyesCTV)Wed, Oct 22 2014 16:19:29BREAKING: Two new patients coming to Ottawa hospital civic campus. One with gunshot wounds. Just confirmed #ottnews
- — CBC Ottawa (@CBCOttawa)Wed, Oct 22 2014 16:17:20
- — NORAD & USNORTHCOM (@NoradNorthcom)Wed, Oct 22 2014 16:11:21NORAD taking appropriate and prudent steps to ensure adequate posture to respond quickly to any incidents involving aviation in Canada.
Breaking news: Shots fired inside Canadian Parliament
A gunman shot a Canadian soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Wednesday, police said. Witnesses said the gunman entered Parliament and shots rang out.