Offstar1029 said:Hopefully the soldier survives this. I can't believe these guy's are that stupid they're beginning terrorist attacks on Canada all they're going to do with this is make Canada become more involved and make all of our allies put in more effort into going at ISIL/ISIS. I really hope they catch everyone who might of been involved with these cases and the injured survive.
bridges said:Just because something's on Twitter doesn't necessarily mean it's ok for Army.ca to join in the dissemination. Media agencies, for example, often refrain from publishing info that's available elsewhere.
Canada military closes bases after soldier shot in Ottawa: CBC
Reuters – 43 minutes ago
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian military has closed its bases across the country to the public after a soldier was shot in Ottawa on Wednesday, CBC TV said.
A suspect was shot and killed inside Canada's parliament buildings in Ottawa after a soldier was shot at the nearby war memorial on Wednesday.
Privateer said:From Minister Jason Kenny via Twitter:
"Condolences to family of the soldier killed, & prayers for the Parliamentary guard wounded. Canada will not be terrorized or intimidated."
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Condolences to family of the soldier killed, & prayers for the Parliamentary guard wounded. Canada will not be terrorized or intimidated.</p>— Jason Kenney ن (@kenneyjason) <a href="https://twitter.com/kenneyjason/status/524963481565790208">October 22, 2014</a></blockquote>
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Government Caucus received confirmation shortly ago that one CAF soldier was killed. A moment of silence followed.
We stand w/ our Canadian partners as scene unfolds in Ottawa. We stand resolute in defense of our 2 nations.First responders in our thoughts .... NORAD taking appropriate and prudent steps to ensure adequate posture to respond quickly to any incidents involving aviation in Canada.