Category Archives: New Zealand shooter

Supporters form human chain around Victoria mosque to support local Muslim community

The gesture was organized by Sikh Youth of Victoria in the wake of the New Zealand mosque attacks that killed 50 people.

Some New Zealanders voluntarily surrender guns in wake of mosque shooting

One gun owner tweeted that he doesn’t believe his country needs guns and later dropped his off at the police station.

B.C. Muslim community vows to ‘stand strong’ in face of New Zealand mosque shootings

At vigils across the Lower Mainland this weekend, Muslims joined with people of all faiths to express their sorrow and resolve.

Australian police execute search warrants to aid New Zealand shooting investigation

“The primary aim of the activity is to formally obtain material that may assist New Zealand Police in their ongoing investigation,” the Australian Federal Police and NSW Police said in a joint statement.

New Zealand police arrest man over video offences, remind public not to share mosque shooting footage

Police said Sunday that a 22-year-old man has been charged under New Zealand’s Films Videos and Publications Classification Act, under which is it an offence to possess “an objectionable publication.”

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

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.

‘I’m always hopeful’: Kevin Vickers, NB Liberal leadership candidate, reflects on New Zealand attack

Kevin Vickers says if his experience confronting and ultimately killing an Ottawa gunman in 2014 taught him anything, it was the need to maintain hope.