A woman shot and killed by police in Calgary on Christmas morning has been identified by family and friends like Stacy Perry.
"Rest in dear, my dear sister, her wonderful soul will never be forgotten, and we will surely miss it until we meet again," Andrea Perry-Lukin wrote on Facebook.
Perry's relative also confirmed her death at the Calgary PS but declined to comment.
Dozens of emails are published on social media.
The 29-year-old was killed by police after a long chase after the early hours.
The Rescue Response Team in Alberta, now investigating the incident, said the gray Honda sedan with B.C. the license plates saw a dangerous ride in the Inglourious area immediately after midnight.
The policemen tried to stop the vehicle, but failed and it was interrupted.
Police then received more reports of a dangerous driver around 2:40 am, this time in the Falconridge community.
The officers saw Honda on the wrong road in downtown traffic and tried what is called a "controlled stop" when it turned into McKnight's boulevard from Stoney Trail NE, pulling a police vehicle on the front of the sedan and additional police vehicles on each side and in the rear part of the sedan, "according to the announcement by ASIRT.
As police officers got out of their vehicles, Honda began to move again, ASIRT said in a statement.
Officer fired, killing the driver.
"Both the gray sedan and the police have been damaged during the confrontation," the statement said.
Perry was a registered owner of a sedan, according to ASIRT.
ASIRT is investigating any time seriously injured or killed by the police.