Canada marked the third anniversary of a deadly Quebec City mosque shooting Wednesday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling it a “brutal and inhumane attack.”
Six people died and 19 were wounded Jan. 29, 2017 when Alexandre Bissonnette walked into the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec and calmly opened fire.
“We share the pain of their children, spouses, friends and neighbours who were robbed of their loved ones far too soon,” Trudeau said in a statement. “Our thoughts are also with those injured, whose lives forever changed after this brutal and inhumane attack.”
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