Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined world leaders expressing solidarity with the Belgian people after explosions tore through a metro station and airport in Brussels.
At 8 a.m. MST, 34 were confirmed dead and more than 125 injures, with numbers changing quickly.
“I strongly condemn today’s deplorable terrorist attacks in Brussels,” Trudeau wrote in a tweet.
“My thoughts are with the victims as we stand with Belgium & the EU.”
The Embassy of Canada in Belgium and Luxembourg issued a statement urging Canadians in the city to follow the local authorities’ instructions.