Yesterday, two Canadian soldiers were stabbed at a Canadian government building which houses a military recruitment center.
Fortunately, the injuries sustained by both soldiers are not life threatening and other uniformed military personnel subdued the attacker.
It's clear Toronto PD Chief Mark Saunders is trying to minimize what happened, but the cat will soon be out of the bag as this CBC report indicates:
Saunders says the suspect made comments that led investigators to look into a possible terror connection. He declined to say exactly what words were uttered but did state they were "concerning."
"I want a full understanding of what was said, so I'm not giving bits and pieces," he told reporters Monday.
A source with knowledge of the investigation told CBC News the suspect mentioned "Allah." This may have prompted investigators to look into a possible terror connection.