Shots were fired at two Jewish schools overnight in Montreal, but no one was injured, police said Thursday as tensions in Canada over the Israel-Hamas war rose.
Bullet holes were found in the doors of the schools when staff arrived in the morning.
Earlier this week in Montreal a synagogue was firebombed and clashes erupted between pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel student groups at Concordia university, officials said.
"I know emotions are high, and people are scared. But attacking each other is not who we are as Canadians," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
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