A driver suspected of killing 10 people and injuring 15 more by ploughing a rental van into pedestrians in Toronto has appeared in court in the city.
Alek Minassian, 25, was charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
Mr Minassian wore a white jumpsuit, with a shaved head and his hands behind his back. He showed little emotion, reports BBC.
He was read the charges and ordered to have no contact with surviving victims. He will return to court on 10 May.
A man believed to be a relative of Mr Minassian's sat in the front row of the court and wept. Asked by reporters after the hearing if he had anything to say, the family member replied "sorry".
Mr Minassian's court appearance came shortly after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed reporters in the city, calling the incident a "senseless attack and a horrific tragedy".
The suspect was arrested several blocks from the scene of the attack, after a tense standoff with a police officer, during which he pointed an object at the officer and claimed to have a gun.
"I don't care. Get down," the officer said, before arresting Mr Minassian without firing a shot. The arrest was filmed by two bystanders and the officer was praised for not opening fire.
Mr Trudeau praised the police response, saying officers "faced danger without a moment of hesitation".