Gun rampage at Canadian college
Police said the gunman was killed during the incident
The man entered the canteen of Dawson College, in central Montreal, during lunchtime and began firing.
Eyewitnesses described fleeing from the campus grounds as the gunman, clad in black, turned the gun on students.
Montreal's chief of police said the gunman was killed during the police intervention.
Terrified students and teachers from the college of 10,000 fled the campus, some with bloodstained clothes.
'Hiding in bushes'
An eyewitness described the moment that the gunman began shooting.
"He shot the people right next to us. They were all running, we were hiding in the bushes, there was debris flying from the bullets shot right next to us," she told CBC television.
Police with drawn guns were seen sheltering behind vehicles outside the site.
Professor Robert Soroka told Reuters news agency the shooting began at 1245 (1645 GMT), and said he heard about 20 shots fired over 30 minutes.
In December 1989 a gunman shot and killed 14 young women in Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique, before turning the gun on himself.