Blady Market on Portage Avenue received letters of peace after mass shooting in New Zealand

Blady Market on Portage Avenue received letters of peace after mass shooting in New Zealand

Just over two weeks ago, more than 50 people were killed in shooting in New Zealand.

Winnipeg residents showed that they are not indifferent. Now letters of peace can be seen at the front counter of Blady Market on Portage Avenue.

The Middle Eastern food store opened last fall and the owners said they are very glad that people came and brought the letters. Amnae Ebnoughalazl, one of the owners of Blady Market, said that people showed that they sympathize and want both her and her husband, Issa Qandeel, to feel comfortable in Winnipeg.

The words "we are happy to be your neighbour" can be seen on all letters.

Photos of the letters were also shared on Facebook to make as many people as possible learn about such a good deed from the residents of Winnipeg.

Qandeel said that he is going to frame the letters in the future.

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