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Another large, noisy, traffic-stopping protest erupted in downtown Toronto on Monday, with about 1,000 demonstrators marching through the streets, angry at what they said was police overreaction during weekend G20 protests.
There was a peaceful, two-hour rally on College Street, outside the Metro Toronto Police Headquarters, with chanting, drumming and a call for the release of those protesters still being held in a makeshift detention centre in the city's east end.
The protest closed a section of College, affecting car and pedestrian traffic, as well as one of the city's busiest streetcar lines, for a large portion of the afternoon rush hour.