Canada shares New Zealand’s feelings of grief and loss, Trudeau tells PM

Canada shares New Zealand’s feelings of grief and loss, Trudeau tells PM

Justin Trudeau spoke with his counterpart in New Zealand on Saturday, offering his condolences for the 50 people killed and dozens injured following F

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Justin Trudeau spoke with his counterpart in New Zealand on Saturday, offering his condolences for the 50 people killed and dozens injured following Friday’s shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.The Prime Minister’s Office says Trudeau told Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern that Canada shares New Zealand’s feelings of grief and loss, recalling the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting.READ MORE: Bodies of victims remain in police custody following New Zealand mosque attackOne man has been arrested and charged with murder in what appears to have been a carefully planned racist attack in New Zealand.There are unconfirmed reports that the shooter was influenced by Alexandre Bissonnette, the shooter convicted of six counts of first-degree murder in the Quebec attack.New Zealand shooting: Christchurch prepares for burials as victims’ friends, families wait for release of bodies

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