Montreal Maurice Richard hockey arena has been transferred into a place of remembrance and mourning for six Muslim men killed in Quebec mosque shooting last weekend, giving Montrealers a chance to show their support for the Muslim community.
A Canadian Muslim business owner has offered to cover funeral costs for all six victims of Quebec mosque attack, seeing the gesture as conveying true Muslim and Canadian manners.
The lives of six Canadian Muslims were ended by a suspected lone-wolf, supporter of Trump and Marianne Le Pen, wrecking the life of parents, civil servants, academics who had left their countries of origin seeking a better life in the usually sedate suburbs of Quebec City.
A solemn Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke of sadness and solidarity with Canada’s Muslim community Monday, January 30, as the country reeled amid the aftermath of a deadly, hate-fueled “act of terror” at a mosque in Quebec City.
Canada’s religious, civic and political leaders are offering condolences to the Muslim community following the mass shooting at a mosque in Quebec City on Sunday night.
Just a short time following promises by Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to welcome refugees into the country, in a very quick reaction to the latest ban placed on refugees by US President Donald Trump, a fatal shooting took place at Quebec City Mosque, killing 5 and injuring many others. This terrible incident, hitting the Muslim community …
Celebrating the rich diversity of Canadian Muslim community, a Montreal museum will be hosting an exhibition next January, which will showcase different artworks by talented Muslim youth who reflect on their identity as Canadian and Muslims.
Quebec City’s mayor decried the vandalism of the city’s Islamic center during the holy month of Ramadan, after someone left the head of a pig at the doorstep of the local mosque.