The threat of terrorism remains minimal in Saskatchewan.
Premier Brad Wall said that was reinforced on Wednesday while meeting with police and Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.
However Wall said we do need to remain vigilant.
“When I say we, I mean everybody in government, obviously the police agencies and authorities need to be vigilant going forward, but citizens can be as well,” Wall told reporters on Wednesday.
Wall also said the Islamic community has already reached out to them showing their support and commitment to be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
“The Islamic community has been very helpful, committing to be aware and vigilant and again we all can be as citizens,” said Wall.
Wall added if residents see anything alarming or concerning to call the police.
He also said the province is ready in the event an attack did happen on home soil, but the main objective is to prevent anything from happening.
The province says “in recent years, there has been at least one active investigation in Saskatchewan into individuals that had become radicalized.”