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President Donald Trump's new immigration ban was announced just two days before the shooting that took place in Quebec city.

And since everyone including the Prime Minister has been referring to it as a terrorist attack, naturally everyone was curious what Trump'as reaction would be.

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Everyone has seen the face and heard the name of the suspect of the shooting in Quebec City on Sunday.

But not much attention is being paid to the victims of the attacks.

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Last night there was a vigil at place de la Gare Jean-Talon to honor the victims of the terrorist attack that took place at a mosque in Quebec, Sunday night.

Thousands of people showed up, the place was absolutely packed by 6:00 pm.

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It's official, the suspected shooter from Sunday night's terrorist attack in Sainte-Foy has been identified.

The suspect is named Alexandre Bissonette.

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Last night, the province of Quebec was shocked when a shooting took place in a mosque in Sainte-Foy

So far, we know there were 6 people killed and 8 injured. The suspected shooter named Alexandre Bissonnette has been arrested and may appear in court to face charges later today.

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Last night, Sunday January 29th, there was a shooting in a mosque in Quebec where 6 people lost this lives, and 8 others were wounded.

The victims were between the ages of 35 and 70 years old, and as of this morning, police have a suspect in custody.

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On Sunday night, six people were killed and eight were wounded, after a shooting in a mosque in Sainte-Foy, Quebec.

The shooting has been called a terrorist attack by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who released this official statement about the incident:

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