- Canadian authorities have released graphic video of one of two terrorist-related attacks in Edmonton, Alberta Saturday night. A 30-year-old Edmonton man is in custody. A warning that the following video has graphic content showing a vehicle striking a police officer.
- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has issued a statement on the attack in Edmonton. "I am deeply concerned and outraged by this tragedy," Trudeau said Sunday morning. "“We cannot – and will not – let violent extremism take root in our communities."
- The officer "was not critically injured" in the incident, the CBC reported.
As officers searched for the driver, "a suspect was spotted driving a U-Haul and a police chase ensued," the Edmonton Journal reported.
Witness Kim Anderson told the Journal that she saw the U-Haul strike pedestrians, adding that she was "people flying and everything." The CBC reported that four pedestrians were struck but their condition was unknown.
- The U-Haul overturned at 100th Avenue and 106th Street, the Journal reported.