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Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, was shot while on honorary guard at the National War Memorial. Ottawa Police announced hours after the shooting that the soldier shot at the memorial had died.
He would later be identified as Cirillo, a reservist from Hamilton serving with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment. Cirillo died a short time after the attack despite frantic efforts to revive him at the base of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Cirillo was a personal trainer, former Good Life fitness employee and bouncer at a downtown Hamilton bar, Club Absinthe.
His pictures posted on Facebook and Instagram show a man always smiling, who played guitar and loved his two large dogs. He posed for tourists shortly before he was attacked.
Cirillo’s friend, Marie Michele, has been trying to make sense of the news all day. She first realized Cirillo had been shot when pictures of paramedics trying to save his life was shown on television Wednesday morning.
Mix97 spoke to many people this morning including MP Darryl Kramp who was there at the time of the shooting. Morning Show Hosts Melanie Adams and Cub and Company in Ottawa as well as Norm Jack of CFRA.
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“Welcome to New York,” Taylor Swift’s latest song off “1989,” is an ode to New York City.
“The inspiration that I found in that city is kind of hard to describe and hard to compare to any other force of inspiration I’ve ever experienced in my life,” Swift said in a video interview about the song. “It’s like an electric city.”
Mix97 Morning Show Host Sean Kelly caught Friday Night lights football at Marion Sills Park this past weekend and here are a few pics!
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