Trudeau lays flowers at Fredericton police headquarters
CAPTION: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his son Hadrien laid flowers at the Fredericton police headquarters on Sunday, after two officers and two civilians were killed in a shooting on Friday.
(August 12, 2018) SOUNDBITE: Justin Trudeau, prime minister PLACELINE: Fredericton CREDIT: The Canadian Press STORYLINE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with families of fallen Fredericton police officers Sunday, and says he told their children something he had learned: That mourning is made a little bit easier when you've got a whole country supporting you.
Trudeau and his son, Hadrien, went to Fredericton's police headquarters to lay flowers at the growing memorial to two officers and two other victims of Friday's violence.
Trudeau had planned to march in Sunday's Pride parade in Fredericton, but his plans changed after the shooting at a north-side apartment complex that killed Bobbie Lee Wright, Donnie Robichaud, Const.
Robb Costello and Const.
You Might Like
Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy