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House of Commons Reopens In Wake of Shooting
Oct 23,2014 | 11:41:16 AM
After some 10 hours of lockdown, the security perimeter in downtown Ottawa was lifted last night. In a statement, Ottawa Police said the investigation determined that there no longer exists a threat to public safety.
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