[UPDATE: June 27, 8:48 a.m. -- Constable Keith Calderwood remains in stable condition and was released from hospital on June 26th.]
[UPDATE: June 24, 9:03 a.m. -- Police say Constable Keith Calderwood remains in stable condition in hospital in Toronto. According to the release: "Keith and his family are coping as best they can considering the circumstances. There has been a great outpouring of concern, prayers and support for Keith and his family and a steady flow of visitors. The Calderwood family are thankful and very appreciative. They ask for privacy during these difficult times and in the best interests of Keith's recovery, they will not be accepting any visitors today.]
[UPDATE: June 23, 6:45 a.m. -- Calderwood is in stable condition and expected to recover. Great news.]
Keith Calderwood, 37, the Peterborough officer shot today in Lindsay in the line of duty, is an active member of the Peterborough community. Calderwood, who has been a police officer here since 2004, is a member of the Pedal for Hope, which he joined after losing his father to cancer. "Helping support children who are fighting cancer just seems to be a proper fit," he has said. Calderwood, who has been part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peterborough, has a wife and three young children. He is also a foster parent, and was a member of one of the teams in the annual United Way hockey game. Calderwood was chosen as one of Peterborough's "Most Fascinating People" last year by local radio station The Wolf 101.5. People have been raving about his impact in the community. Calderwood is expected to recover.
Here are some stories done on the Pedal of Hope team Calderwood is on, which include video of him: