Canada’s worst mass shooting leaves at least 18 dead

ROB GILLIES Associated Press TORONTO (AP) — Canadians on Monday mourned the shocking rampage that left 18 dead in rural communities across Nova Scotia, after a gunman disguised as a police officer opened fire on people hunkered down in their homes, setting houses ablaze in the deadliest mass shooting in the country's history. Officials said the suspect, identified as 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman, was also among the dead in the weekend attack. Police did not provide a motive for the killings. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the gunman killed at least 18 people during the 12-hour rampage over a large swath of northern Nova Scotia. "The vast majority of Nova Scotians will have a direct link with one or more of the victims. The entire province and country is grieving right n
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