Car belonging to president of Quebec City mosque destroyed by fire
A Quebec City mosque where six men were shot dead in January says a car belonging to its president was destroyed by fire earlier this month.
The incident occurred on August 6th, just days after Quebec City's mayor announced the creation of a new Muslim cemetery in the city.
Lieutenant Jean-Francois Vezina of Quebec City police describes the fire as criminal but said authorities haven't yet determined whether it was a hate crime.
The mosque had reported hate-related incidents before, including in July when it received a package containing a defaced Qur'an.
In June 2016, a pig's head was left at the entrance of the same mosque during Ramadan.