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Unless you're Facebook friends with all the Muslims in this country: we don't know that you're thinking about us - we don't know that you care. However uncomfortable you think you are feeling, it's not as bad as the sadness we feel from your real-life silence.
Hussein Guillet said someone planted ideas in Alexandre Bissonnette's head.
Joël Lightbound warned silence has consequences.
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Six men, mostly fathers, were killed in the Quebec City attack.
Multiple gunmen stormed a mosque in Quebec city during evening prayers and six people are dead. This is my home. This is my place of birth. I have to look my children in the eyes on Monday morning when I tell them this happened. I have to tell them that people went to a mosque just a few hours away from where we live and were shot while worshiping peacefully.
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He has no previous history with authorities, police said.
Thousands participated in moments of silence across the country.
No one should ever fear worshiping their God in Canada.'' — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.
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Police have yet to confirm a motive.
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A shooting attack at a Quebec City mosque is not the first of its kind.
A terror attack killed six and injured 19 others.
Vincent was a 28-year veteran who served with distinction across the country.
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The advent of a PQ government in Quebec is both a challenge and an opportunity for Canada. This is a time for renewed national leadership that reaches out to Canadians to offers an overarching vision for Canada in the 21st century -- one where a strong federal government works with the provinces. I look forward to working with Quebecers and all Canadians to build a 21st century Canada -- one Canada, for all Canadians.
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