Degrand said Sharif was interviewed by police him at the time, but charges were deemed not to be warranted after an 'exhaustive investigation.'On Sunday, in the wake of the attacks, concerned citizens gathered in Edmonton in a vigil for solidarity against violence.Those present were a cross-section of the city's community, including Muslims, Christians, children and adults.
He was known to both Edmonton police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police prior to the attack.
According to Marlin Degrand, assistant commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Sharif was flagged in 2015 for extremist ideologies.
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