Montreal storefronts, police cruiser damaged at police brutality march

Protesters march in the annual against police brutality demonstration in Montreal, Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Navneet Pall/Global News

Despite the major snowstorm, Montreal’s annual police brutality march gathered 200 protesters at Valois Park in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Wednesday night.

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Protesters walked along Ontario Street until police dispersed the protesters at Place des Arts.

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According to police spokesperson Daniel Lacoursière, three storefront windows and a cruiser were vandalized.

Police said no arrests were made.


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