Thousands filled the streets of Montreal over the weekend to protest against the lockdown measures. 10 people were arrested, and over 140 tickets were handed out to protesters. Some of the charges for those arrested included obstructing a police officer, assault of a police weapon and possession of a weapon, according to a CTV Montreal news report. Police said that many protesters in the crowds were not wearing masks. While police tried to contain the crowds, protesters pushed through a barrier created by the police, carrying various posters and signs and shouting against lockdown measures. The protest is said to be the largest of its nature since the pandemic first began.
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