The man who ended a potential deadly attack on a Greyhound bus on Christmas Eve near Tweed will receive the Medal of Bravery. Governor General Michaelle Jean announced yesterday that Michael Walker, of the Toronto-area, will receive the honor at Rideau Hall. Walker came to the aid of a man sitting a few seats ahead of him on the Ottawa bound bus on December 24th of 2007. The victim had been stabbed when Walker grabbed the attacker’s hand and removed the knife. He held the suspect in a headlock and walked him to the front of the bus. A man from Washington, DC has since been convicted of aggravated assault.