A man has been arrested for allegedly stabbing two members of Canada's armed forces today at a recruitment center in Toronto. No name or description of the attacker has been given so far.
Here are some links to the story, one of which, 680 News, says it "may be connected to terrorism".
Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders says a 27-year-old man is under arrest after two members of the Canadian Forces were stabbed in north Toronto earlier on Monday.
Saunders said the unprovoked attack took place at around 3:30 p.m. at a military recruitment centre near Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders says a knife attack on two Canadian Armed Forces members on Monday in North York is being probed as a possible terror attack.
A 27-year-old man is in custody and the two victims were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Police said they received a 911 call about a man waving a knife in the Yonge Street and Greenfield Avenue.
This post will be updated as news comes in
Attacker said "Allah" - sources
UPDATE #2 Toronto Sun
TORONTO - A brazen knife attack that sent two Canadian soldiers to hospital was disturbing enough, but police sources say it was the attacker uttering the word “Allah” that prompted Toronto Police to call in terror experts.
“He appears to be of Middle Eastern decent and was presenting himself as if he is Muslim, but it is so early in the investigation and all of that needs to be confirmed,” said a police source.
UPDATE #3 The Star 11:30 AM March 15
North York stabbing suspect said, ‘Allah told me to do this’ as he attacked, police chief says
The attacker was identified as Ayanie Hassan Ali, 27, a Montreal-born Canadian citizen with no criminal record who has lived in Toronto for the past five years.
UPDATE #4 CNN
The link above lists some of the attacks by religious Muslims against recruiting centers in the US in the past few years, showing that there is a pattern here, and a clear military objective.