The Globe and Mail
Published on March 14, 2015
TORONTO – Approximately 1,500 people converged on Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday to protest the federal government’s proposed anti-terror bill, one of 55 rallies planned across the nation on what is being called a “national day of action” against Bill C-51.
Signs reading “Bill C-51 is un-Canadian” and “freedom not feardom,” among others, poked through the sea of cheering, nodding and chanting heads, the sound of drumming pulsing behind them.
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