And my first reaction was “only 21 years for killing 77 people?!?!?!” But, this made me feel a bit better:
“He was convicted of terrorism and premeditated murder, and given the maximum sentence of 21 years’ imprisonment.
However, that can be prolonged at a later date if he is deemed to remain a danger to society.”
Which made me curious if we have something similar to the “can be prolonged” part in Canada. Defining maximum sentences is mostly a good thing, but there are extreme cases, like this, where they fail.