It'll be fascinating to see how the Kumbaya crowd tries to spin the hit-and-run death of a Canadian soldier in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu and subsequent fatal police shooting of the alleged driver - a reported Islamic convert.
I can see the narrative taking shape already: in the absence of a wave of similar attacks on Canadian soil, this one will be dismissed as an isolated incident (9/11 was also an isolated incident; it only happened once). Framing it as "terrorism" will be shouted down as an exaggeration because there's nothing that directly links the suspect to any known terrorist organization. That he converted to Islam and targeted military members of a coalition partner in the war against ISIS on the heels of that organization's latest death-to-all-infidels fatwa will be chalked up to unfortunate coincidence, and we'll be urged to explore the "root causes" of how and why the poor fellow became marginalized by western culture.
The real misdirection, though, will be in the focus on the municipal police officers who shot the suspect to death after he put his car in a ditch and allegedly came at them with a knife. Mark my words: this will become less about the soldier who was killed and more about procedure and perceived police brutality in how the response was handled.
The lunatic fringe, of course, will dispense with progressive niceties and proceed directly to the conspiracy theory wherein the whole thing was staged by Stephen Harper, the CIA and MOSSAD at the behest of the Elders of Zion.