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Thousands Protest Iraq War

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March 20, 2006

Thousands Protest Iraq War

On March 18, demonstrations across Canada marked the third anniversary of the Iraq war. Over 3,000 filled the streets in Vancouver, an estimated 6,000 demonstrators turned out in Toronto, and 2,000 convened in Montreal. Hundreds attended rallies in Ottawa and Halifax. An estimated 40 cities across Canada held anti-war demonstrations.

Demonstrators variously called for an end to the US occupation of Iraq, withdrawal of Canadian troops from Afghanistan, and reparations for Canada's role in "overthrowing democracy" in Haiti.

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