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Denis Lortie, the suspect of a shooting spree at the Quebec National Assembly in Quebec City, arrives to appear at the Quebec Sessions Court, Wednesday May 9, 1984. The shootings in Ottawa on Wednesday brought back painful memories for Francois Gendron, who was a member of the Quebec legislature in 1984 when killer Denis Lortie stormed into the national assembly, fatally shooting three people and wounding 13 others. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

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Denis Lortie, the suspect of a shooting spree at the Quebec National Assembly in Quebec City, arrives to appear at the Quebec Sessions Court, Wednesday May 9, 1984. The shootings in Ottawa on Wednesday brought back painful memories for Francois Gendron, who was a member of the Quebec legislature in 1984 when killer Denis Lortie stormed into the national assembly, fatally shooting three people and wounding 13 others. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

Timeline of Ottawa shooting and its aftermath

OTTAWA - A gunman shot and killed a soldier at the National War Memorial and then went on to Parliament Hill's Center Block where he was shot dead, an incident that turned the heart of the nation's capital into an armed camp Wednesday. Here is a chronology of some of ...

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