Canadian city refuses to cede territory to hate

In the wake of last week’s killings in Canada, the haters had their night, but the good people had the daytime.

In Cold Lake, Alberta, vandals struck a mosque, spray painting messages of hate.

“This is now way symbolic of the way we feel about any segment of our society or religious denomination,” a local Member of Parliament told the CBC.

“My first reaction was embarrassment and shame,” resident Alex MacInnis said. “I have friends who worship there.

MacInnis found the vandalism and posted images on Facebook.

The people of Cold Lake took it from there.