Shepard Smith this afternoon recapped (video above) what has unfolded today in Ottawa, where a soldier was shot dead near Canadian Parliament. 

What we know:

- A gunman got out of a car at around 10 a.m. local time and methodically walked to the National War Memorial. He then shot the ceremonial soldier who was standing guard. 

- The man is then said to have walked 200 yards to the Parliament building and was able to get inside. Video shows the moment when shots rang out.

- The gunman was shot and killed. 

- There were also reports of a second gunman and shots heard near a local mall. 

- The incident comes just two days after two Canadian soldiers were run over -- and one of them killed -- in Quebec by a man with jihadist sympathies.

We'll continue to post updates as they come in below.

Stay with Fox News Channel for updates on the developing story.

11:10a ET: GRN reporter Christopher Guly told Jon Scott that there may be more than one shooter. He says much of downtown Ottawa is on lockdown.

11:20a ET: The Globe and Mail posted on YouTube a video of shots being fired in a Parliament Hill building: 

11:23a ET: CBC's David Gerow reported to Jon Scott that one gunman is dead. Still unclear whether multiple shooters were involved.

Gerow said police are on the lookout for at least one additional gunman. 

11:30a ET: We heard a witness' account of a gunman via Global TV. He indicated that a gunman did make it into the Parliament building, and got very close to where lawmakers caucus.

11:45a ET: reports

Multiple gunmen opened fire at the Canadian Parliament complex, shooting at least one soldier and spraying as many as 30 shots inside the government building just two days after a terror attack in Quebec shook the nation, officials said.

The shots rang out just before 10 a.m., when witnesses said they saw one and possibly two men jump out of a Toyota Corolla and run toward the National War Memorial, where one man opened fire on a soldier, officials told the Ottawa Sun. The gunmen then ran to the Parliament building, where witnesses later said they saw one man - possibly a gunman, down near the library. Bernard Trottier, a Toronto-area MP, tweeted that the gunman inside Centre Block "has been shot and killed” but that could not be confirmed.

11:55a ET: Laura Ingle reports schools and malls in the area on lockdown. Bridges are closed. Police are looking for multiple suspects, according to multiple reports.

12:10p ET: AP confirms there were also shots fired at Rideau Centre shopping mall.

12:15p ET: Canadian police confirm one gunman is dead after a shooting this morning inside Parliament and at the War Memorial in Ottawa, in which at least one soldier was wounded.

12:20p ET: Former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz believes ISIS or al Qaeda is to blame. He told Jon Scott that he thinks Ottawa's Parliament was chosen because of the lighter security than in the United States and Britain.

Fleitz said it appears to him to be a sophisticated operation, more than just a homegrown terror attack. 

"The is the purpose of the Islamic State. To stage acts of terror outside of the Middle East to terrorize Western audiences," he said, adding that Canada will have to step up its security measures.

Full interview below: 

12:30p ET: Fox News' chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports:

"The National Counterterrorism Center, which was created after 9/11, is tracking this incident as a terrorist incident until there is evidence to show otherwise."

Meanwhile, a Pentagon spokesman tells Jennifer Griffin that the U.S. military's domestic security posture has not been raised at this point. 

12:50p ET: We're now hearing reports that the Sergeant-at-Arms shot the gunman just outside where lawmakers were holding a meeting.

1:00p ET: Jon Scott reported that an Ottawa hospital has confirmed it has received three patients, two of whom are in stable condition.

The hospital has not disclosed the soldier's condition.

1:10p ET: Senior White House foreign affairs correspondent Wendell Goler reported that the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa is on lockdown.

1:18p ET: Unbelievable eyewitness accounts are starting to come in.

Scott Walsh said that he witnessed two gunshots, followed by people running. He then saw a man with long black hair and his face covered with a scarf carrying a double barrel shotgun.

According to Walsh, the man hijacked a car at gunpoint and drove away.

Full interview below:

1:32p ET: Shepard Smith reported that the CBC has confirmed through Canadian sources that the soldier who was shot at the War Memorial has died.

1:55p ET: Now we're getting a look at a car with no license plate that is suspected to have been used by the attacker.

Multiple reports indicate a man got out of a car, shot the soldier, then walked 200 yards to Parliament.

2:37p ET: Police gave a news conference in which they said the situation is under control, but when they were asked about additional suspects, they only said that it is an "active investigation" and declined to provide further details.

4:25p ET: The FBI reacted to the shooting on Twitter:

4:45p ET: President Barack Obama this afternoon addressed the attack on the Canadian Parliament.

“We’re going to do everything we can to make sure that we’re standing side by side with Canada during this difficult time," he said.

Watch his remarks below.

4:50p ET: Canadian authorities have identified the shooter at the Parliament building as 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, Fox News has confirmed. He is believed to be Canadian-born. The motivation for the attack is not yet known.

Watch Catherine Herridge's report below.

6:19p ET: A government official confirms to Fox News that investigators believe the suspect Michael Zehaf-Bibeau changed his name from Michael Joseph Hall.  U.S. agencies have been advised that the shooter was believed to be a Canadian convert to Islam, and they think he was from Quebec.

8:12p ET: The victim in today's shooting has been identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.

9:30p ET: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tonight spoke out about today’s attack, referring to the shooter as “the terrorist” and saying that today’s tragedy is “a grim reminder” that Canada is not immune to terror attacks.

Watch his remarks below:

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