Police are investigating after gunshots were fired at a Jewish school in Montreal for the second time in less than a week.
According to the CBC, police received calls about shots being fired in the area of Yeshiva Gedola, in the city's Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood, at approximately 5:00 a.m. on Sunday morning.
Officers discovered impact marks and shell casings on the scene. There were no injuries reported, but police would not confirm if anyone was in the building at the time of the incident.
Yeshiva Gedola was one of two Orthodox Jewish schools targeted in shooting attacks last week. A single bullet was fired at both Yeshiva Gedola and Talmud Torah Elementary School early on Thursday morning.
Security camera footage from the first shooting at Yeshiva Gedola reportedly revealed an individual approaching on foot, firing a shot at the entrance, and then quickly departing.
Police have not made any arrests as of yet. According to Radio-Canada, school officials are set to hold a news conference later on Sunday to address the situation at Yeshiva Gedola.
This is the latest in a series of violent antisemitic incidents occurring in Montreal. On November 6, Molotov cocktails were thrown at a synagogue and Jewish community centre.
Mayer Feig, a member of the Council of Hasidic Jews of Quebec, told the CBC that shooting at schools is meant to intimidate the Jewish population in the city.
"They want to put fear into the community," said Feig.
"These things have to stop. This has no place here in Quebec, in Canada or Montreal, it's not who we are. There's a conflict going on thousands of miles away, don't bring it here."