It has been a little more than a week and a half since Canada suffered its latest, and thankfully still rare, terrorist attack. A 30-year-old Somali refugee named Abdulahi Sharif hit and stabbed an Edmonton police officer before leading authorities on a race through the city’s streets where he struck four pedestrians before he was apprehended.  Not surprisingly this story got a lot of media attention, not just in this country, and we will undoubtedly learn more in the months to come as the case wends its way through our court system. In the meantime we have a bit of information which has already been subject to some debate. Here is my take on what we know.

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