A firefighter tapes up a police officer during a mock "crisis response" exercise in Toronto, October 26, 2014. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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Top Canadian security officials are due to testify Monday before a parliamentary committee about threats facing the nation, steps from the building where a man described as a homegrown militant opened fire last week as Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with lawmakers.On Sunday police said Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man who killed a Canadian soldier and attacked the Parliament building made a video of himself just before the attack, evidence that he was driven by ideological and political motives.The head of the RCMP and a senior official at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service will likely face tough questions from a Senate committee about how Zehaf-Bibeau and another man, Martin Rouleau, 25, both described by police as homegrown radicals were able to kill two soldiers on Canadian soil last week in separate attacks.
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