St. Catharines vigil for mosque shooting victims
Dozens of people coming together in St. Catharines to honour and stand in solidarity with the victims of the horrific shootings in New Zealand that left 50 people dead and another 50 wounded.
Niagara Folk Arts organized the vigil last night outside St. Catharines City Hall.
People were asked to bring a candle to light in support of the victims.
The centre says it refuses to give into hate.
Sergeant Shawn Black of Niagara Parks Police's High Angle River Team tells Matt what it's like to rescue people from the gorge.