BREAKING: SOLDIER SHOT AT CANADIAN PARLIAMENT-POSSIBLY ISIS!

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Reports are emerging of a shooting at the Canadian parliament in Ottawa, with one soldier wounded.

Eye witnesses report that the soldier was shot by the war memorial outside the building, and that an armed man was then seen running towards the building where more shots were heard.

The building is currently in lockdown, with legislators still inside as police clear each room in turn. It is thought a gunman may still be at large, and a video shared by the Canadian Globe and Mail indicates there have been dozens of shots exchanged inside.

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was within the Parliament building when the incident began, but was immedaitely moved to a secure location by his security detail. The Victorian parliament building has very quickly been surrounded by police armoured vehicles, and a number of support vehicles including a crane have now arrived.

One parliamentary staffer has described the gunman as being around 5 foot 9 tall, overweight and with a scarf covering his face.

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