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New Canadian Confederation to address violence and religious hatred

Thirty Canadian organizations have decided to establish a federation in the Canadian capital, Ottawa, to counter violence and religious hatred.

Thirty Canadian organizations have decided to establish a federation in the Canadian capital, Ottawa, to counter violence and religious hatred.

The meeting included coordination with the municipality of Ottawa, the police and other organizations for the establishment of a confederation against religious hate and violence.

Mayor Jim Watson said the city of Ottawa is culturally and religiously capable and that the federation was created under the title of “United for All”, adding that it will work on racism, Islamophobia and violence against women.

According to Ottawa police, hate crimes against religious and cultural minorities in Canada are on the rise, with a 67 percent increase in 2017.

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