Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met privately on Sunday with the families of two Fredericton police officers killed in a shootout on the north side of town on Friday.
"I was delighted to hear from the family members how extraordinary Robb and Sara … were as they dedicated themselves to the community, the ministry, their country," he said in reference to "Consts". Lawrence Robert Costello and Sara Mae Burns
Officers aged 45 and 43, respectively, were killed when they responded to reports of firefights in an apartment complex in the 200 block Brookside Drive at the north end of the city at 7:1
Trudeau said that he offered his condolences to the children of the fallen officers and told them something he knew from experience: "If a whole community and indeed a whole country supports you with terrible grief, it actually makes things a little easier 'Not much easier, but a little easier.'
He seemed to refer to the public support he received after the death of his father, the late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
The Prime Minister also met members of the Fredericton Police to thank them for their service.
Later that day, Trudeau put a bouquet of mixed flowers on the makeshift memorial of flowers, cards, balloons and teddy bears outside the police station. 19659002] Asked by reporters what his government can do more to restrict long-range arms and protect police across the country, Trudeau said, "It will be time to think about what we need to do to ensure the safety of our citizens their communities and those serving as first responders and police officers.
"There's no time to talk about it."
Costello and Burns, who were the first to arrive on stage They attempted to help two civilians who had been shot when they were shot down.
Donald Adam Robichaud, 42, and Bobbie Lee Wright, 32, also died Friday.
Matthew Vincent Raymond (48), the themselves is in custody, is charged with murder in four cases.
He is said to have shot the victims with a long weapon from an elevated position.
Raymond is scheduled to appear in court on August 27.
Trudeau was previously planned to be in New Brunswick's capital to attend a social event by Fredericton Pride Sunday evening.
He arrived at the police station under a heavy security detail, accompanied by his youngest son Hadrien and Fredericton MP Matt DeCourcey.
For Costello and Burns, a regiment celebration takes place on August 18th at 1pm. AT at Aitken University Center, the city announced on Sunday.
Further details, such as the Processional Street and Public Viewing, will be available "in the next few days," a statement said.
The Prime Minister said earlier that he had been moved by the heroism of the first responders who rushed to the scene after gunshot.
"They did not think twice about what they needed to do to protect their Canadian compatriots, they were unerringly in their duty," he told reporters in a statement.
"We will not forget the two fallen policemen whose victims undoubtedly saved lives and even prevented greater tragedy."
Trudeau also called on New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant on Friday and promised federal support, including the services of RCMP investigators help Fredericton police as they deal with the consequences of deadly shooting.
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