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Hundreds, including the PM, take part in London, Ont., march to end Islamophobia

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Relatives, community members and dignitaries called for an end to racism and Islamophobia. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Transport Minister Omar Alghabra were among those who attended the event. A 21-year-old man faces four counts of first-degree murder in what prosecutors say was an act of terrorism. The case has not yet gone to trial.
4 months ago·London, Canada

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Hundreds, including the PM, take part in London, Ont., march to end Islamophobia

Hundreds of people joined a march on Sunday to commemorate the Afzaal family and to fight anti-Islamophobia in London, Ont., on Sunday afternoon, including the prime minister.

4 months ago·Canada
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March planned to honour Afzaal family in London, Ont. Sunday

A march in London today will commemorate the lives of four residents killed one year ago in what police have since called a hate-motivated attack.

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto StarThe Toronto Star

Trudeau joins London march marking anniversary of deadly attack on Muslim family

LONDON, Ont. - Relatives, community members and dignitaries called for an end to racism and Islamophobia on Sunday during an emotional tribute marking...

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Globe & MailThe Globe & Mail

Trudeau joins London, Ont., march marking first anniversary of deadly attack on Muslim family

Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha Salman, 44, their 15-year-old daughter Yumna and her 74-year-old grandmother, Talat Afzaal, died after police say they were deliberately hit by a truck

4 months ago·Canada
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Trudeau joins London, Ont. march marking first anniversary of deadly attack on Muslim family

Relatives, community members and dignitaries called for an end to racism and Islamophobia on Sunday during an emotional tribute marking the one-year anniversary of a deadly attack on a Muslim family in London, Ont.

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The London free PressThe London free Press

Justin Trudeau visits London, praises students behind Afzaal march

Young people shouldn’t have to battle hate in their communities, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday as he met in London with the student-organizers of a march to mark the anniversary of the alleged hate-motivated killing of a family. Read More

4 months ago·London, Canada
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