In the Canadian city of Toronto, clashes between protesters against the policies of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and anti-fascist activists took place, CTV News reported.
According to the report, people went to Nathan Phillips Square to protest against the tax policy of the Trudeau government and the direction of budget spending. In particular, they protested against the multimillion-dollar compensation to a Canadian of Pakistani origin Omar Khadr, who had previously been detained in the American prison of Guantanamo for the murder of a US Army soldier in Afghanistan.
During the protests, these people faced anti-fascist activists who accused those present in ultra-right views and racism. So, one part of people in the square shouted anti-racist, and the other - anti-Islamic slogans.
Police arrived at the scene of the event, and divided the conflicting sides. However, there were some consequences. As the journalists noted, as a result of collisions one woman has been wounded.