St.Catharines neighbourhood says hateful graffiti will not be tolerated
A St.Catharines neighbourhood is in shock following the discovery of a spray-painted swastika.
The Fitzgerald Neighbours Facebook page sharing an image of the graffiti saying "some hateful graffiti has appeared in our neighbourhood."
They urge people to call Citizens First at 905.688.5600 if anyone else in the community finds more so they can help with removal.
The group says racism is not tolerated in its neighbourhood and residents can call the Niagara Anti-racism Coalition if you are looking for support.
The area where the graffiti was discovered is near a playgroup and Harriet Tubman Public School.
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