What kept Canadians free from Terrorist Attacks?
This is a free and open society, there are zero barriers for international chains of terrorist activities, so it's not believable there are no operations taking place here.
Were we just lucky, immuned, or someone is watching over us and super vigilant such that attempts (domestic and foreign) are blocked so they failed to take place?
Or the potential attackers lacked incentives or payoff: social welfare, cheap weed, abundant jobs, specialization i.e. our loose border perfect for terrorist financing/training/logistics and attacks are better aimed at another country?
I'd like to believe competence is what kept us secured, but there's also no evidence such competence exists by looking at how certain agencies operate in Canada, comparing to other countries experienced attacks already.
Will our emergency agencies be ready to treat massive injuries? and restore confidence after.