Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders speaks to the media in Toronto on Monday, March 14, 2016. (Victor Biro/The Canadian Press via AP)
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Toronto police are looking into whether a double stabbing at a military recruitment center might be terror related.Police Chief Mark Saunders said a man walked into the center in the northern part of Toronto around 3:30 p.m. Monday, pulled out a knife and attacked a uniformed Canadian Forces member at the front desk.Saunders said others were able to take down the suspect but a second Canadian Forces member was stabbed in the process. Saunders said charges against the 27-year-old man are pending.The attack came two days after a man described as an "ISIL (ISIS)-inspired terrorist" ran over two soldiers in a parking lot in Quebec, killing one and injuring the other before being shot to death by police.
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