From Tattoos to Terror Laws, Ottawa Attack Inflicts Deep Changes

A flag next to the Canadian Parliament Building is flown at half-staff one day after Cpl. Nathan Cirillo of the Canadian Army Reserves was killed while standing guard in front of the National War Memorial by a lone gunman, on October 23, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. After killing Cirillo the gunman stormed the main parliament building, terrorizing the public and politicians, before he was shot dead.

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The tattoo sits above Glenn Thibeault’s heart, a little bigger than his palm: Canada’s official House of Commons crest surrounded by red poppies.

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