MPs remember six ‘victims of hate’ murdered in Québec City mosque attack
By Neil MossFeb. 4, 2019
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MPs and the public gathered around the Centennial Flame on Jan. 29 to remember the six Muslims killed and the 19 injured during the Québec City mosque attack on Jan. 29, 2017. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
Two years ago, six Muslim men were murdered during prayers at the Centre culturel islamique de Québec. Last week, MPs of all political stripes came together to honour their memory.
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