Michael Zehaf Bibeau

Parliament Hill security a ‘priority . . . for many years.’ Wait, what?

John Geddes on whether Oct. 22 and the response to the attack has truly lit a fire under those in charge

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

Why the RCMP would censor 18 seconds from the Zehaf-Bibeau video

Police finally aired a tape of the Parliament Hill shooter’s last words. But what does he say in secret?

Face to face with Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Aaron Wherry on Zehaf-Bibeau video and the challenge it poses to Parliament

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

What we could learn from the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video

Michael Friscolanti on why it’s taken so long for the RCMP to put out the Ottawa gunman’s video manifesto, which will be released Friday

My hitchhiker, the Parliament Hill gunman

From 2015: On his way from Vancouver to Calgary, Harry Bekkering decided to pick up a clean-shaven man looking for a lift. His name was Michael.

Further reading on last Wednesday and the challenge ahead

What to make of what happened on Parliament Hill and what should happen now?

Uncovering a killer: Addict, drifter, walking contradiction

How Michael Zehaf-Bibeau’s life spiralled from privilege to petty crime and drugs to, eventually, deadly extremism. The story of a desperate madman.

Time for an informed debate over policing powers

A sweeping assessment of how Ottawa confronts terrorist threats is overdue, says one observer