February 8, 2017
English Edition, No. 3
Vigils in Quebec and the Rest of Canada
The Fraternal Unity of the Quebec People
In a massive movement of compassion, support and
solidarity following the tragic shooting on January 29 at the
Centre culturel islamique, people took to the streets
Quebec-wide. As in over 28 cities across Canada and around the
world, people from all walks of life expressed solidarity with
those demanding their rights as one humanity.
The defence of the rights of all and the condemnation of all
attempts at dividing people on racist or religious grounds were
at the heart of these actions, as was opposition to the use of
violence by unstable individuals or by the state. Quebeckers
oppose the use of violence as a method of sorting out any
problem. The role and responsibility of various levels of
government in promoting such division, as well as state violence,
was strongly condemned.
Chantier politique is presenting below a photo report on the
many actions organized from January 30th to February 5th.
Vigils and Rallies Across
Edgar, SolidariteMusulman, Bel Agir, Dawson Peace Center,
J. Armstrong, L-P. Prévost, M. Chartrand, J. Racine, A. Leblanc,
Cusson, H.O. Vézina, JP Thibault, J. Charest, M. Paradis, B.
St-Hilaire, Courrier du Saguenay, Estrie Plus, M. Guertin, JH Savard,
M. Ali, J. Maitland, J. Liang, G. Sanders J.V Gurp, K. Stiff, D.
Sanders, O. Falasteen, S. Pathan, H. Sheldrake, J. Clemens, R. Hodges,
D.O. Mitchell, R. Bermudez, D. Milo,
Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation)
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