Deaths of seven Quebecers strengthen resolve in terrorism fight: Couillard

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QUEBEC CITY – Premier Philippe Couillard said nothing can explain attacks on people who work to build a better world.

Couillard paid tribute Monday to seven Quebecers who died in terrorist attacks abroad late last week in Indonesia and Burkina Faso.

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A Laval resident died Thursday in Jakarta while six people from the Quebec City area were killed during a siege in Ouagadougou late Friday.

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The premier said in a statement at the legislature in Quebec City that the fight against terrorists must continue.

Couillard said the violence that seemed so far away in the past very much affects people here at home and the heinous acts should strengthen the determination to fight the perpetrators of these acts.

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