Canadians everywhere hold vigil for Orlando victims

Cities across the country mourned

People across Canada came together on June 12, 2016, holding vigils for the victims of the shooting that took place in a gay bar in Orlando, Florida, earlier that day.

LGBT communites in the country responded swiftly to mourn and show their support. Here are just some of the vigils that happened in Canada (and more are planned later in the week):








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Andrew was formerly the associate editor for Daily Xtra.

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