1. 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.
  2. 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."
  3. According to the CBC, the incident occurred at a roadblock near Commonwealth Stadium during an Edmonton Eskimos game. A damaged Chevrolet Malibu and the police car were "hood-to-hood" at the crime scene, and an apparent ISIS flag was found inside the suspect's vehicle, the CBC reported.
  4. 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.
  5. The U-Haul overturned at 100th Avenue and 106th Street, the Journal reported.
  6. Another witness, Pat Hannigan, told CTV News that officers "had a guy handcuffed on the ground" near the U-Haul. CTV reported that a suspect is now in police custody.

    The incident is being investigated as a terrorist attack, police said at an early morning news conference.