Two years' worth of RCMP security reports for incidents on Parliament Hill show few risks posed to politicians and VIPs prior to the Oct. 22 shooting. A dozen reports from 2013 and 2014 show only minor cases of wrong-way driving, combative emails and letters and occasional unlocked construction vehicles. […]
CBC News has details about the cellphone video made by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau before he shot a soldier and stormed Parliament Hill on Oct. 22. The video is to be shown to MPs at the public safety committee at a special meeting on Friday.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the next step in the expedition to examine and document HMS Erebus will begin next month, when teams of navy divers and Parks Canada underwater archeologists will plunge beneath the Arctic ice to investigate the sunken ship.
An Alberta Progressive Conservative MLA says a post on the federal Conservative Party's Facebook page that highlights an apparent terror threat against West Edmonton Mall issued by al-Qaeda-linked group al-Shabaab "troubles [him] on so many different levels."
Canadians may get their first look at the video made by Parliament Hill gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau before his Oct. 22 attack at the National War Memorial, when RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson appears at the Commons public safety committee on Friday.
The chairman of the House committee investigating Benghazi said Tuesday revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used multiple personal email accounts to conduct government business are troubling.