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Peace Vigil in Photos

“It’s never ok to hate”  An emotional Peace Vigil was held at the Parade Square to support Muslims after the tragic mosque shooting in Quebec. People drew together as guest speakers,  including Mayor Savage,  voiced unity to all. A book of condolences was also available near the Quebec flag,  raised at half mass.

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Communitie also have shown support for the Muslim communities through gifts and signs. 

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