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In Quebec started a protest against racism

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of cities in the canadian province of Quebec in the framework of protests against racism and police violence, reports channel CBC.

Massive protests against racism throughout the world. Previously in Canada, protests were held in Toronto and in Ottawa.

Media: Trudeau took a knee during a demonstration against racism

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau took part in a demonstration against racism and police brutality, and along with its members got down on one knee in memory of the dead black George Floyd, the newspaper reports Globe and Mail.

The demonstration was held Friday in the center of Ottawa at the Parliament building. For some time to its participants joined Trudeau in a protective mask and with the rest of the demonstrators knelt down, with bowed heads, in memory of Floyd.

Media: in Toronto, held mass protests against the oppression of blacks

Thousands of people take part in protests in Toronto, Canada against racism and oppression of blacks by the police, reports channel CBC.

Demonstrations are held under the slogan "not one More black life", to "Abolish the police", "No justice, no peace". In addition, after the death of 29-year-old girl in Toronto in the presence of police some of the protesters chanting "stop killing black women". A girl named Regis Korchinski-Pack fell from high-rise building after witnesses call 911. The girl's relatives claim that she was pushed by police.