Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken with his French counterpart amid controversy over recent comments he made about free expression.
Mr Trudeau expressed Canada’s solidarity with “the people of France” following the recent terror attacks.
A teacher was beheaded in a Paris suburb after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to some of his pupils.
Mr Trudeau’s remarks last week about freedom of expression were criticised in both Canada and France.
French President Emmanuelle Macron’s defence of the publication of the cartoons sparked protests in some Muslim-majority countries.
There have been calls in some countries for a boycott of French goods. (BBC)