‘Hate, Violence And Prejudice Have No Place In Canada’

A Statement from Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath On Terrorist Attacks

Posted October 2nd, 2017 on Niagara At Large

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath

Queen’s Park, Ontario  – “This morning (Monday, October 2nd), Ontario’s Members of Provincial Parliament will observe(d) a moment of silence for victims of terrorism. I’m heading into the Assembly with a heavy heart, and my mind on those in Edmonton and Las Vegas who came under attack while they were simply going about their lives.

Hate, violence and prejudice have no place in Canada, or anywhere in the world. I hope we commit, together, not to allow our communities to be torn apart by these attacks.

As Ontarians, Canadians, and citizens of the world, we must stand united against hate. Ontario’s New Democrats extend our deepest sympathies to the victims, families and communities that have been rocked by these vicious acts of terrorism.”

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