Many are hospitalized, and one victim was killed.
An unstable killer, despite very strict gun control laws, gets his hands on a gun and takes out as many unarmed innocent people as he can.
Sure enough, the police think they did a good job:
Police credited aggressive new procedures with stopping the gunman, who died in a shootout with police.Tell that to the family of the woman killed. Tell that to the others who remain in critical condition. The sad thing is you police officers did as good of a job as police can do, but an unarmed citizenry must wait for you to do that good job.
Montreal Police Chief Yvan Delorme said the lessons learned from other mass shootings had taught police to try to stop such assaults as quickly as possible.
"Before our technique was to establish a perimeter around the place and wait for the SWAT team. Now the first police officers go right inside. The way they acted saved lives," he said.