Definition/ Brief Explanation of situation:
One of the deadliest mass shootings in the Canadian History is the École Polytechnique massacre also known as the Montreal massacre that occurred on December 6, 1989. Marc Lépine, a young Canadian, entered a mechanical engineering classroom in an afternoon separating the women and the men. Lépine later claimed that he was “fighting feminism” where he shot 14 women and injured 15. After shooting at the women to which he believed were feminists, he turned the gun to himself. On his suicide note, he blamed feminists for ruining his life followed by a list of names of who he believed were “radical feminists” that he would’ve killed if he hadn’t ran out of time. These names contained well-known women in Quebec, including famous journalists, television personalities, and union leaders.