Prime Minister among those sending thoughts to Abbotsford

Students, politicians, police and hundreds of others express sympathy in wake of school stabbing

Condolences for those affected by yesterday’s stabbing at Abbotsford Senior Secondary School have been pouring in from around the Lower Mainland and across Canada since news broke yesterday.

Politicians, fellow students, police agencies and officers and residents have all sent their thoughts, many using the hashtage #abbystrong.

Students and teachers around the Lower Mainland are wearing red and black in tribute to the school and fallen students.

We’ll be collecting reaction throughout the day.

 

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