It's sketchy, but shots were fired at the hotel concert hall where incoming Quebec premier Pauline Marois was giving a victory speech; shades of Bobby Kennedy. Thankfully, things happened well away from her. Pray that everyone injured survives, including civil government.
Update 12:47-Lovely-it's a disgruntled Anglo-
TV footage outside showed flames burning at the back of the club and a heavyset, bespectacled man wearing shorts and with a balaclava over his head.
"The English have woken up. That's enough," the arrested man said in French, with a heavy accent, as he was walked away in handcuffs. Montreal police later said a 50-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion that he fired and critically injured two people.
Update 1:12-One of the victims is dead. Somehow, I feel that Billy Joel's We Didn't Start the Fire will get a Quebec remix. Also, the locale was the Metropolis concert hall. I assumed it was a hotel, since that always seems where such victory parties are held.