Post by Dhu on Gate
Sure. Our crazies can't get military grade weapons so
they're stuck trying to outrun the Police in UHauls.
Oh boo fucking hoo, meanwhile:
Below is a list of some of the worst mass shootings that have unfolded
in the country.
(Note: This is a list of shootings, where the murder weapon was a gun,
and does not include other mass killings, such as the Air India bombing. )
Leonard Hogue murder-suicide (1965)
On April 21, 1965, former Vancouver police officer Leonard Hogue, shot
his wife in the head while she slept, which woke up his six children. He
then moved through his house to kill each of the kids before eventually
turning the gun on himself.
After his death, police reports said Hogue was a suspect in two
robberies, both of which netted him huge quantities of useless currency.
Shell Lake massacre (1967)
In 1967, 21-year-old Victor Hoffman shot and killed nine members of the
Peterson family on their farm. Known as Canada's worst random mass
murder, the victims were James and Evelyn Peterson and seven of their
children, who ranged in age from 2 to 17. Phyllis Peterson, 4, was the
Hoffman had been released from a mental hospital just three weeks before
the attack. After his arrest, he was returned to a mental institution,
where he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.
Ecole Polytechnique (1989)
ecole polytechnique Fourteen women died in the Ecole Polytechnique
shooting, also known as the Montreal Massacre. (Photo: CP)
Also known as the Montreal Massacre, the violence at Ecole Polytechnique
was Canada's deadliest mass shooting in recent history. In a planned
attack, Marc Lepine entered the school and killed 14 women in 20 minutes
before shooting himself. He claimed he was "fighting feminism," and his
suicide note claimed feminists had ruined his life.
Concordia University shooting spree (1992)
In 1992, engineering professor Valery Fabrikant killed four of his
colleagues after a pattern of tension and aggression towards fellow
teaching staff at Concordia University. He was convicted of murder and
sentenced to life in prison.
Vernon B.C. killings (1996)
In April 1996, Mark Chahal shot his estranged wife and eight of her
relatives at his former home in B.C., before going to a nearby motel and
His wife, Rajwar Gakhal, had previously told the RCMP she felt
threatened by her husband, but police admitted at the time of the attack
that nothing was done to investigate her complaint.
Cruse family murders (2002)
In June 2002, 30-year-old American Peter Kiss forced his way into a
Grimsby, Ont. home, where he shot his ex-girlfriend Shannon Cruse, her
daughter, and her parents, before killing himself.
Mayerthorpe RCMP killings (2005)
mayerthorpe fallen four Portraits of the four fallen constables —
Anthony Gordon, Leo Johnston, Brock Myrol and Peter Schiemann — at a
In 2005, James Roszko shot and killed four RCMP officers who part of a
seizure of stolen property on his farm near Mayerthorpe, Alta. After a
shootout with other officers, Roszko turned the gun on himself and was
pronounced dead at the scene. in It was the worst multiple-officer
killing in Canadian history.
Roszko had been operating a marijuana grow-op, and was under
investigation for property crimes.
Dawson College shooting (2006)
In 2006, Kimveer Gill began shooting outside the entrance to Dawson
College, and moved inside to the main floor atrium. One person died at
the scene, and 19 others were hurt. Eight of them suffered serious injuries.
Gill was shot in the arm by police, and then shot himself in the head. A
suicide note was later found on his body.
dawson college Students of Dawson College hug as they prepare to return
to the school in Montreal in September 2006. (Photo: Christinne
Shedden massacre (2006)
Eight people connected to the Bandidos motorcycle gang were found dead
in a field north of Shedden, Ont. after an internal power struggle. Six
gang members were convicted of first-degree murder for the killings.
Claresholm highway killings (2011)
Ten days before Christmas 2011, Derek Jensen killed three people at the
side of an Alberta highway before killing himself.
Jensen was reportedly angry with his ex-girlfriend, Tabitha Stepple, who
was with her friend and two other men in the car. Stepple and the two
men died, but Stepple's friend survived.
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Moncton RCMP shooting (2014)
In June 2014, Justin Bourque shot and killed three Moncton RCMP officers
and wounded two others. He was captured after a manhunt and shootout
with Mounties, and convicted of first-degree murder and attempted murder.
Bourque received the maximum sentence for his crimes — three concurrent
life sentences — and will be eligible for parole after 75 years in prison.
justin bourque Justin Bourque shot and killed three RCMP officers in
Moncton, N.B. (Photo: Viktor Pivovaro/RCMP handout)
Edmonton mass killings (2014)
In December 2014, Phu Lam shot and killed eight people before committing
suicide. He was reportedly angry upon finding out the eight-year-old boy
he and his wife were raising was not his biological son.
Lam shot the boy, his wife, and six members of her family, including her
three-year-old niece. Lam was later found dead in his ex-wife's restaurant.
Documents show he had money troubles, and was on stress leave from work
at the time of the attack.
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Edmonton Mass Murder, December 2014
La Loche shooting (2016)
On Jan. 22, 2016, a 17-year-old boy shot and killed two teenage brothers
at a house in northern Saskatchewan. The teen then went to the local
school, where he shot and killed two teachers and wounded seven others.
His friends described the teen as the black sheep of his family and a
victim of bullying at school.
la loche memorial A memorial for the victims of the La Loche shooting.