A close-up view in one shot fire fired at a school located on Saint-Kevin Street, in Côte-des-Neiges.
Also as part of the joint announcement on affordable housing, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that there is a lot of fear and fear right now in the country.
What is happening in the Middle East has impacts on the mental health, well-being and moods of millions of people who who see this every night, who see this constantly on social networks. It’s astonishing, the images we are seeing! he said.
I understand that there are people who are so deeply shocked by what is happening that they feel the need to share and fuel this hatred. But that is not who we are, Quebecers, Canadians, declared Mr. Trudeau.
Like his Quebec counterpart, the head of the federal government insisted that the scenes that occurred at Concordia, or the shootings against Jewish schools, are unacceptable!
Visibly angry, Mr. Trudeau once again affirmed that hatred and violence against innocent people, because we disagree with them […], is not acceptable. has no place in Canada, anywhere.
The mayor of Montreal, Valérie Plante, wrote on social networks that anti-Semitism, like any other demonstration of hatred and violence, has no place in our society. Ms. Plante must take stock at 2 p.m., accompanied by the head of public security on the executive committee, Alain Vaillancourt, Gracia Katahwa, the mayor of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, and the deputy director of SPVM, Vincent Richer.
Finally, in a reaction published online, Federation CJA, which claims to represent the Jewish community of Montreal, affirmed that the incidents represent a clear escalation of the anti-Semitism that the Jewish community has suffered since October 7.
During its own press conference on Thursday afternoon, the Federation maintained, through a spokesperson, that the SPVM was working in collaboration with the organization to ensure the safety of our community.
Still according to the spokesperson, on Tuesday, we said that& #x27;a red line has been crossed… Today, we don't even know where we are anymore.
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