Canada shooting: At least 18 dead, 16 crime scenes in Nova Scotia
Canadians are mourning the 18 victims who died as a result of its worst mass-shooting spree.
Police are investigating a series of crime scenes scattered across the province of Nova Scotia.
The gunman, who the police later shot dead, had driven more than 100 kilometres (62 miles) shooting at people along the way and setting homes on fire.
Canadians are calling for the country's already strict gun-control laws to be tightened further.
Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Toronto.
RCMP in Nova Scotia say at least 13 people were killed during a gunman's bloody 12-hour rampage through several communities. Authorities continue to investigate the Nova Scotia shooting rampage in which 22 people were killed. Experts say the investigation is more challenging because there are 16 crime scenes.
»» At least 16 people have been killed in a mass shooting in the eastern Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Police identified 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman as the male suspect.
He is also dead after a series of attacks that started in the small coastal town of Portapique and ended an hour away near Nova Scotia's international airport.
Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports. RCMP say 17 people are dead, including one of their officers, after a man went on a rampage across northern Nova Scotia in one of the deadliest mass killings in Canadian history. Police said Sunday night the suspected shooter was killed after being intercepted by officers in Enfield, N.S.