Ottawa shooting

The attack on Ottawa, one year later

‘One year ago today, Canada’s heart and soul were attacked … And on that day, we lost a son.’

The heroes of October 22

Six strangers ran to help Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in his moment of need. His death made them comrades. What came after made them friends.

Why did the RCMP redact 18 seconds of the Zehaf-Bibeau video?

Now we know what he said, the question remains. Michael Friscolanti on the Ottawa gunman’s last words

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau: ‘Just aiming to hit some soldiers’

Video: Zehaf-Bibeau’s recorded manifesto offers the clearest view yet of what motivated the Ottawa shooter

RCMP on Zehaf-Bibeau: ‘The video speaks for itself’

Transcript: ‘If Zehaf-Bibeau had not been killed but rather taken into custody we would have charged him with terrorist offences.’

Mother’s emails offer new glimpse into son’s rampage on Oct. 22

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau’s mother, a senior civil servant, received an outpouring of support from colleagues after the Ottawa attack, new documents show

Critics fear Bill C-51 could lead to unintended consequences

PM says police and national security agencies need additional tools and greater co-ordination to combat terrorism

Bearing witness: New voices recall the Ottawa shooting

For the first time, three soldiers who were there Oct. 22 detail their rescue efforts

Newsmakers of the day: Parliament’s security officers

‘We are all, without question, in their debt’

Ordinary heroes: The Ottawa bystanders

Six people ran to help Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. They were strangers back then. They are not now.

Timelapse: Remembrance Day at the National War Memorial

Nov. 11, 2014, was unlike any other in the nation’s capital

The complicated task of never forgetting

John Geddes on how Remembrance Day 2014 in Ottawa felt different in the wake of Oct. 22