At least six people were killed and eight wounded after gunmen opened fire at a mosque in Canada's Quebec City.
Police have arrested two suspects over the attack but haven't released information about their motive.
Shooting at Canadian mosque leaves 5 dead
PM Trudeau condemns "terrorist attack" on mosque
"We condemn this terrorist attack on Muslims in a center of worship and refuge," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. "Muslim-Canadians are an important part of our national fabric, and these senseless acts have no place in our communities, cities and country," he added.
Mass shootings rare in Canada
Unlike neighbouring America, Canada has stricter gun laws which makes mass shootings a rarity in the country.
The shooting sent a shockwave through community centres and mosques across Canada's Quebec province.
There's been an increase in cases of Islamophobia in the state over recent years.
In June last year, during Ramzan, a pig's head was left at the same mosque which was attacked today.
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19 people were wounded in the attack, of whom, two remain in critical condition.
The activist group Welcome to Refugees said Bissonnette was known for his far-right views.
Vigils have been held across Canada in memory of those killed and injured in the attack.
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White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the mosque shooting is "a terrible reminder of why we must remain vigilant and why the president is taking steps to be pro-active, rather than reactive when it comes to our nation's safety and security."
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He has been charged with 6 counts of murder and 5 counts of attempted murder.
Meanwhile, Canadian officials lambasted a Fox News tweet that falsely suggested that the suspect was a Moroccan national.