An alleged Ethiopian-Canadian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) fighter was captured by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Deir al-Zour, following recent reports of other Westerner IS members arrested in the area.
A foreign fighter-centric Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published a biography of an alleged Canadian who it claimed is behind the January 2015 hacking of the Twitter account of U.S. CENTCOM.
An oil pipeline owned by the Canadian Gran Tierra Energy company was bombed in Colombia.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group copied the format of al-Hayat's weekly statistical video of IS operations and applied it to lone-wolf attacks in Belgium, Canada, and France over the past four months.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for a slain Canadian-Pakistani IS member it identified as "Abu al-Zubayr al-Kanadi".
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group urged lone wolves to follow the example of the Toronto shooter and mount attacks in the West.
The Islamic State (IS) noted in Naba 141 that the shooting in Toronto, Canada, the perpetrator of which 'Amaq News Agency identified as an IS "soldier," had "echoed widely among Crusaders".
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the shooter in the recent attack in Toronto, Canada, was a "soldier of the Islamic State".
The Syria-based division of the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) featured a Canadian among its foreign fighters urging Muslims to emigrate from the West and defending their presence in the country.
Jollie Bimbach and Sean Moor, two Canadians who were kidnapped in Syria and then freed, spoke to a rebel-embedded American commentator in a video about their experience.
Eco-extremists claimed vandalizing the home and vehicles of Junex CEO, Jean-Yves Lavoie, in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
An anarchist blog user suggested further attacks to extend to other energy and telecommunications infrastructure, following a claim by environmental extremists reporting sabotage on the Enbridge Line 10 oil pipeline project in Ontario, Canada.
The Islamic State (IS) supporting group Nashir News Agency continued its incitement for lone-wolf attacks in the West, calling on Muslims in America, Australia, Canada, Europe, and Russia to “kill as many infidels” as they can.
After calling on lone wolves in Western countries to execute knife and vehicular attacks in Western countries, the pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency urged them to poison “Crusaders”.
An Afghan Taliban correspondent claimed that there are “reported undergoing negotiations” to release an American-Canadian couple and their two children in the form of a prisoner swap.
A video was released showing an American-Canadian couple pleading to their governments to pressure Kabul to change their policy on prisoner executions, or their captors will kill them.
Echoing its warnings to Canada after the attempted suicide bombing by Aaron Driver in Ontario, the pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Wa'd Foundation published posters with similar messages to Russia after the attack on police near Moscow.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Wa'd Foundation published two posters warning of future lone-wolf attacks in Canada.
The Islamic State (IS) portrayed the attempted suicide bombing by Aaron Driver in Ontario, Canada, as a success in its al-Naba newspaper, and reported in an infographic on losses to the enemy amidst attempts to retake the Libyan city of Sirte.
In its al-Bayan Radio news bulletin, the Islamic State (IS) identified Aaron Driver as the "soldier" of the IS who attempted a suicide bombing in Ottawa, Canada.