It is much easier to publicly broadcast acts of evil than acts of good. More specifically, it is easier to notice inter-religious violence than inter-religious cooperation. An attack or shooting, bombing, or vehicle hijacking can take place in a single day or a single hour, while cooperation involves months and years of commitment, relationships and perseverance.
In my work as a Christian Reformed Campus Chaplain at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, I often have opportunities to participate in interfaith events. People from different religious traditions and communities gather for some common activity. Surrey, B.C. is very ethnically and religiously diverse, and that diversity is reflected in the student body at Kwantlen.