Sargeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers receives a handshake from Canadian Prime Minister

VIDEO: Ottawa hero Kevin Vickers receives standing ovation in House of Commons

Vickers reportedly shot the gunman who stormed Parliament Hill on Wednesday, and was the sergeant-at-arms was honoured as government resumed

  • Oct. 23, 2014 6:00 p.m.



A day after he (reportedly) took down the gunman who stormed Parliament Hill in Ottawa, sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers was saluted with a standing ovation as the House of Commons resumed on Thursday.

Video: The Canadian Press

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