quebec mosque shooting

One survivor said the attack shocked Quebec society.
He's seeking to win a seat in Saint-Leonard-Saint-Michel.
Victims of the tragedy reflect as the second anniversary nears.
She can now obtain psychological help and be reimbursed for lost income and travel fees.
He reportedly became enraged when he saw a TV report about him.
"I miss my father terribly... He was everything to me."
Louiza Mohamed-Said lost her husband Abdelkrim Hassane in the massacre. She had three young daughters with Hassane.
Court also heard that he looked up mass murderers Dylann Roof and Marc Lepine online.
He told the police he didn't do anything wrong.
He currently lives in a rehabilitation centre.