Alexandre Bissonnette had been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 40 years.
One survivor said the attack shocked Quebec society.
The prime minister had called the shooting a "despicable act of terror."
Day after day and incident after incident, it has become a necessity that all systematic, racial and religious discrimination, including Islamophobia, must be studied thoroughly to come up with policies that will cure these social diseases once and for all.
Twitter users just want to call a spade a spade.
Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act didn't come into existence until 2001.
Things move at such a drunken, furious pace in the social media world that Trump's own press secretary cited this tragedy as proof that a ban on Muslim countries was sensible. Of course, this was still when a witness was being reported as the suspect. And by "suspect" I mean "guilty terrorist," naturally.