PHOTOS: Last night, Canadians sent a message and rallied nationwide against hate
Canadians across country shared inspiring photos of their communities rallying against hate.
Even when things seem darkest, you can always find a glimmer of hope.
Last night, in response to Sunday night’s terrorist attack targeting a Québec City mosque, thousands upon thousands across Canada took to the streets in cities and towns, large and small, for vigils honouring the victims.
Canada has a lot of problems we need to figure out when it comes to racism, but the thousands of Canadians spontaneously showing up at vigils from coast to coast to coast are an example of a good way to respond to hate – by showing you’re willing to get up and stand in defiance of hate.
— Toula Drimonis (@ToulasTake) January 31, 2017
— Anis (@0xUID) January 31, 2017
— Saranjit Cheema (@SaranjitCheema) January 31, 2017
— Tony Tracy (@Tony_Tracy) January 30, 2017
— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) January 31, 2017
— Devin Heroux (@Devin_Heroux) January 30, 2017
— GuelphMercuryTribune (@MercuryTribune) January 31, 2017
— Graham A. Yeates (@GrahamYeates) January 31, 2017
— Mira Oberman (@miraoberman) January 31, 2017
— Dr. Fayçal Haggui (@FHaggui) January 31, 2017
— Richard Feehan (@FeehanRichard) January 31, 2017
— Gabriela Panza (@GabrielaPanza) January 31, 2017
Sincerely expected MAYBE Two Dozen, at most, to turn out tonight in #Vancouver for the Vigil.
— HïMY SYeD (@HiMYSYeD) January 31, 2017
— Richard Zussman (@richardzussman) January 31, 2017
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