He'll be at a vigil in London tonight.
Doug Ford is speaking out after Sunday night's London vehicle attack, where a man killed four members of a family and injured another.
Since police revealed on Monday they believe the attacker targeted the victims because of their Islamic faith, multiple public figures have spoken out about the tragedy.
Premier Doug Ford released a statement on Tuesday, calling the attack "horrific" and announcing that all government events will be cancelled to give the community time to mourn.
"The horrific and deliberate attack on a Muslim family in London has left our province in mourning," read the statement. "In response to this [terrible] tragedy, all government events have been cancelled for the remainder of today in order to help give the family and community the space they need to grieve this devastating loss of life."
Ford also announced that he would be travelling to London on Tuesday to attend the vigil at the London Muslim Mosque.