It was something Winnipeg's Muslim community hoped it would never have to do again.
But just over four years after a deadly mass shooting at a Quebec City mosque, they gathered again to mourn and condemn lives being cut short by hate.
Hundreds turned out to a drive-up, socially distanced vigil Thursday evening at Winnipeg's Grand Mosque to grieve the recent killings of members of a London, Ont., family and also call for an end to Islamophobia.
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