Seriously wounded and trapped in small room where guards were filling a bank machine, Matthew Schuman hopes Safe Walk volunteers will hear his cries for help.Mother pleads for U of A shooting suspect to turn himself in »
Jennifer Schuman is awakened by a phone call that her only son has been shot. Schuman flies to Edmonton from her home in Cambridge, Ontario to be with him.
The first thing he sees is his mother, Jennifer.
Cell phone video messages to the extended family back home in Ontario to show them how far Matthew has come.
He is sitting up and, on July 1st, Canada Day, he takes his first steps on his own.
Matthew was still coming to terms with the fact he was alive and the other three guards, Michelle Shegelski, Brian Ilesic and Eddie Rejano, were dead.
Matthew spent a total of four months in the hospital, before returning home to his son Landon, and has spent the last four month in rehab — almost daily — working towards what he hopes will be a full recovery.Crown fast-tracks University of Alberta shooting case »
He has gone from a coma to walking, talking and relearning basic language and math skills. Hear what he has to say about learning his ABC's and 123's again.
Matthew Schuman took a bullet to the brain. While his head injury healed he wore a helmet. In November doctors inserted a metal plate to reinforce his skull. His mother Jennifer, an x-ray technologist, say she has never seen a image of his injury and she never does.Alberta university defends handling of armoured guard ambush »
Matthew Schuman lived through something many of us could never imagine. He continues to battle back from the injury that almost took his life. Now he is looking forward to watching his son, Landon, grow up.HUB Mall shooting low point of 2012, says police chief »