Edmonton’s High Level Bridge lit up to honour victims of Paris attacks

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EDMONTON – It’s a show of solidarity that began Friday night after the deadly terror attacks in Paris and on Saturday Edmonton joined the efforts.

The High Level Bridge was lit up in blue, white and red to honour the victims of Friday’s attacks in the French capital, the deadliest attack in the country since the Second World War. Mayor Don Iveson took to 桑拿会所 Saturday to announce the decision.

On Friday night, the ATB Financial building in downtown Edmonton was lit in blue, white and red lights in support of the victims.

The Calgary Tower, Toronto’s CN Tower and New York City’s One World Trade Center’s 408-foot spire top were also lit up Friday night.

READ MORE: CN Tower, One World Trade Center lit red, white and blue to honour France

On Friday night, Iveson took some heat on social media from people asking why the High Level Bridge wasn’t lit up. He responded with the following:

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