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I remember.

The twist in my gut when I heard about the massacre in the mosque. The violation of it. I mean, I”m not a religious person, but just the idea of it. That someone would be so motivated by hate that… Continue Reading →

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“Fuck fuck fuck”

I was at home when I heard the news, I think I saw it on Twitter. I posted it in a discussion group with friends under the heading “fuck fuck fuck”, which is embarrassing, but I was in shock. My… Continue Reading →

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remembering January 29

i never remember where i was when important things happened. i do remember sitting at an anti-Islamophobia display a few days later, in the university centre on the campus that i work at, and so many people stopping by signing… Continue Reading →

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I don’t remember the day, but I remember everything that came after

I think that – the day of – I might have watched it on CBC, when I passed by the TV. I don’t know for sure. But I remember the hours and days (weeks, months, year) that followed. How everyone… Continue Reading →

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#RememberJan29

I don’t remember really remember the night itself but I remember the morning after. I left my house around 10am in the morning and walked my usual route to Lansdowne subway station. It was a crisp, bright morning if I… Continue Reading →

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I don’t remember

I don’t remember exactly where I was when I heard. I do remember thinking that this isn’t supposed to happen in Canada. At least not the Canada I thought I lived it. But it did happen. So I suppose I… Continue Reading →

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Unsurprised and very sad

I remember coming home from work and my partner gave me the news. He was crying. I felt very sad, sad for the men and their families, sad at how I was unsurprised by it on a certain level. I… Continue Reading →

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#RemeberJan29

I am a Canadian that feels ashamed of being Canadian since the horrible massacre at the Quebec Mosque On January 29, 2017. When are we ever going to free from shame given how governments treat our Indigenous Peoples and now… Continue Reading →

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Nothing ever happens in Ste-Foy

I was sitting at home, just messing around on the Internet, when I read the news. There had been so much bad news coming from the US that weekend – the “Muslim ban” in the US and other news related… Continue Reading →

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shocked

I was home, and that night I had decided to take a relaxed night to myself before the busy work/school week, and shut myself away from the news and the internet, because the news had been very exhausting and depressing… Continue Reading →

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Why does it feel like it’s been more than a year?

I remember that I was just about to go to bed (it was a school night) and something I saw online about the shooting prompted me to search for news on CBC. I remember sitting on the carpet in the… Continue Reading →

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Are we truly strong and free?

I remember seeing a news broadcast first thing in the morning, on my way to work, barely yet conscious. I remember feeling shocked, outraged, disappointed. In the wake of the election of the most openly bigoted and xenophobic US president,… Continue Reading →

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grieving when hate is met with hate

#RememberJan29 my strongest memories of January 29, when 6 Muslim men were shot in the back by a white shooter in Quebec, revolve around the horror of the murders and of reactions. First, that people were attacked during prayer, in… Continue Reading →

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Serving my fellow canadians

I am a physician. On Jan 29 I was doing the night shift in the Cardiac Care Unit. I didn’t sleep that night. Rather I was looking after my neighbours who had suffered massive heart attacks and needed urgently care…. Continue Reading →

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University of Guelph

I was in my last semester of university when the shooting happened. I don’t remember where exactly I was that day and time but when I found out I remember feeling sick. Then feeling frozen. I didn’t know what I… Continue Reading →

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light is light

I went to a vigil with some friends, which found its way down to the waterfront. We were in a state of shock and sadness. It was wet and cold in Vancouver, much like today, but there were many people… Continue Reading →

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Deeply horrified and saddened

Yes, I #RememberJan29. I was at home with my husband and saw images on the TV. I felt then and feel today deeply horrified, saddened and sickened by these crimes in our country and throughout the world. My heart goes… Continue Reading →

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they want us to forget but we shall never forget

I was in my living room with my husband. We were excited because women had marched by the thousands for respect in Toronto. I marched with the thousands. I felt inspired by that. Then, Trump initiated the Muslim ban so… Continue Reading →

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