Ceremonies planned today in Quebec as Muslim community marks 5th anniversary of deadly Quebec City mosque attack:
Five years after an attack at a Quebec City mosque that claimed the lives of six people and injured 19, survivors and Muslim community members will gather on Saturday to close off a week of events marking the tragedy.
Ceremonies taking place in Quebec City and Montreal on Saturday eveningCBC News·Posted: Jan 29, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours agoCommemorative events marking the fifth anniversary of the Quebec City mosque attack are ending on Saturday. The six men who died in the mass shooting are, clockwise from top left, Mamadou Tanou Barry, Azzeddine Soufiane, Abdelkrim Hassane, Ibrahima Barry, Aboubaker Thabti and Khaled Belkacemi.Read more: CBC News Alerts »
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So very sad 😢 Wakeup they live we sleep 😴 💤 God bless our Muslim brothers and sisters ✌🕊 This year's commemoration will be simultaneously translated in English on the organizers' YouTube channel (live from 6 to 7 PM). Ya but what about the racist anti vaxx truckers in Ottawa! That's much more important right?......
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How making their mosque safer is helping Quebec City Muslims turn the page on tragedy | CBC NewsThe Quebec City mosque that was the site of a deadly attack five years ago has undergone extensive upgrades to make sure Muslim worshippers feel safe inside. But in the world outside the mosque’s walls, it’s still a different story. So sad that this is necessary. Quebec in general look its worst decades as xenophobia is normalized and even voted for. Like France we look retrograde, backward and in some cases, like the 1950 when Catholics ruled with authoritarism. Islamophobia is systemic in Quebec as L21 proves - Paid for by our tax dollars no doubt. Some folks are experts in leveraging one incident into a goldmine of victimhood, while liberal politicians in their pockets like Trudeau and Bonnie Crombie ignore their countless sins. For QC we have Danforth. For London we have Chicken Land.
Social Sharing Ceremonies taking place in Quebec City and Montreal on Saturday evening CBC News · Posted: Jan 29, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours ago Commemorative events marking the fifth anniversary of the Quebec City mosque attack are ending on Saturday.COVID-19 , as well as 56 new deaths linked to the virus.Gas price watchdog Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, says drivers in most cities in southern Ontario and Quebec can expect to pay an extra two cents per litre at the pumps on Friday .QEC-T has gained additional First Nations support for its push to develop what it calls a “zero-emissions” natural gas hub in Quebec, ahead of a looming ban by the province on any future oil and gas development.
The six men who died in the mass shooting are, clockwise from top left, Mamadou Tanou Barry, Azzeddine Soufiane, Abdelkrim Hassane, Ibrahima Barry, Aboubaker Thabti and Khaled Belkacemi. (CBC) . The number of people in intensive care dropped to 235, which is 17 fewer than yesterday.