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Anti-Group of 20 protests smashed windows of a police car and set it ablaze after thousands of demonstrators began a march through central Toronto in the biggest rally yet amid a meeting of global leaders.
The police car was burning at the corner of Bay and Wellington streets. Protesters also threw rocks at windows at First Canadian Place, headquarters of Bank of Montreal, while others spray painted slogans including “Bomb the banks” on the building.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper could have invested the C$1 billion spent for security on water-treatment plants for aboriginal communities, said Sid Ryan, president of the Ontario Federation of Labor.
“Instead we’re faced with water cannons,” Ryan said before the march began. “Our city is under siege.”
You're running around in ski masks
trying to blow things up?
What did you think was gonna happen?!