On January 29, 2017 six Muslim men were brutally murdered during their evening prayers at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City.
Discrimination, harassment and hate crimes targeting Muslims have been on a steady rise, and spiked after the massacre.
Bill 83 calls for a provincial day of Remembrance and Action to reflect on the loss of these brave men, and the reality of Islamophobia. Let’s commit to relentlessly fighting Islamophobia in all its forms, everywhere it shows up.
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