"Hearts are aching around the world today as all decent people share the anguish in New Zealand and among Muslim communities", Goodale said in Kelowna, B.C., on Friday morning.
At least 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers on what the prime minister called "one of New Zealand's darkest days".
Meanwhile, police services across the Greater Toronto Area said Friday they increased their presence in and around mosques and other places of worship in response to the attack.
One person died at the hospital, The New Zealand Herald reported. "They have no place in New Zealand". He wrote that an attack in New Zealand would show that no place on earth was safe and that even a country as far away as New Zealand is subject to mass immigration.
Law enforcement sources have told CBS News that Australian-born Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, was charged with murder over the attacks on the two mosques. Police did not say whether the same person was responsible for both shootings. It has been rebuilding since an natural disaster in 2011 killed 185 people and destroyed many downtown buildings.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians are appalled by the attack and said they remember all too well the sorrow after a Canadian man shot dead six Muslim men in a Quebec mosque in 2017.
They targeted Muslims specifically.
In his video, Kjellberg, YouTube's biggest content creator since 2013, said India blamed Pakistan for the Pulwama attack, "but the most important thing out of all of this, is that the Pakistanis are on our side".
"We need to stand up and we need to stand together and united".
"People feel that it's just okay to just routinely attack and demonize Muslims simply because of 9/11 or just their own personal hatred, and it manifests into what we saw last night", he said.
With Australia's gun laws dramatically changing following the 1996 Port Arthur massacre in Tasmania, many have questioned why New Zealand has not followed suit earlier.
Gardee urged politicians from around the world to call the shootings a terrorist act. "Israel sends its condolences to the bereaved families and its heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery to the wounded", Netanyahu said on twitter.
He wrote that he planned to carry out "an attack against the invaders".
Breivik's lawyer Oeystein Storrvik told Norway's VG newspaper that his client, who is in prison, has "very limited contacts with the surrounding world, so it seems very unlikely that he has had contact" with the New Zealand gunman. The suspected attacker had bought five guns legally.
He said his desire for violence grew when he arrived in France, where he said he was offended by the sight of immigrants in the cities and towns he visited.
The New Zealand Police note how the Arms Act of 1983 doesn't require gun license holders to register their specific firearms with the exception of any military style semi-automatic firearms, pistols or other restricted weapons.