Montreal North: Dust settles after peaceful protest turns violent

Ricardo Lamour says he’s afraid Quebecers won’t remember why people marched on that snowy April 6 evening in Montreal North.

He fears they won’t recall those peaceful hours, when hundreds sang songs, chanted protest slogans and paid homage to two men who were shot by police in the neighbourhood.

Instead, he’s worried our collective memories will be punctuated by that brief flurry of violence, by the sound of broken glass and images of thick smoke plumes billowing above a pair of smouldered cars.


Corp policier (SPVM, SQ, GRC, agent de la STM, etc): 

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