Mr. Speaker, three years ago today, on January 29, 2017, everyone in our national capital and across Quebec was shaken by an unforgettable tragedy. We were shocked to learn that a man had opened fire at the Quebec City mosque. Six people were killed. Eight others were injured, and countless loved ones and witnesses are still living with the aftermath of this unspeakable attack. Three years later, we continue to stand in solidarity with our friends in the Muslim community.
On behalf of the Bloc Québécois, I want the families and loved ones of the victims, as well as the entire Muslim community in Quebec, to know that we are here to support them, listen to them and work with them. Every single one of us must be free to practice our religion with security and dignity.