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Montreal Was Lit Up To Remember The Victims From The Polytechnique Massacre (10 Photos)

Yesterday was very important day in Canada.

December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

27 years ago, on December 6th, there was massacre that happened at Montreal's Polytechnique where 14 women were murdered and another 10 were injured.

READ ALSO: Montreal’s Polytechnique Massacre: What You Need To Know But Were Too Afraid To Ask

To honor the victims of this senseless act of violence, for the last three years, Montreal has been erecting pillars of blue light on top of Mount Royal.

There are 14 pillars in total, one for each of the victims.

A company called Moment Factory had the honor of putting the memorial together, and it is quite spectacular. It's a wonderful way to honor everyone who was affected by this tragic event.

14 lumières pour les 14 victimes de @polymtl.

Nous sommes touchés de pouvoir contribuer à cet anniversaire >> https://t.co/cUAWVXzoGSpic.twitter.com/dXknTV6CWg

— Moment Factory (@Moment_Factory) December 6, 2016

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14 lights for the 14 @polymtl victims: deeply touched to contribute to this memorial >> https://t.co/bja4sQzhR2#6decembrepic.twitter.com/WwDDv7zeu3

— Moment Factory (@Moment_Factory) December 6, 2016

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