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British Columbians mourn Muslim family killed in attack in Ontario

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British Columbians gathered at Al Jamia Masjid mosque in Vancouver to speak out against Islamophobia after four members of the same Muslim family were killed in London, Ont. Leaders in the community are calling on the government and law enforcement to crack down on individuals and white supremacy groups that encourage such violent activity.
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