Ottawans flocked to a solemn war memorial to pay their respects to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, insisting their city would recover from a chilling day. Their faces wore a mixture of grief, resilience and lingering disbelief in the face of an attack that, only a day before, seemed so unconscionable.
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Interactive: An audio and visual timeline of what happened in Ottawa