Stones were thrown at the Canadian Prime Minister

According to local TV channel CBC, protesters threw a handful of small stones at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

It is noted that the incident occurred after the election rally when Trudeau would get on the bus. The prime minister was surrounded by protesters; a handful of gravel flew at him from the crowd.

According to Trudeau, he was not injured.

According to the TV channel, this is not the first rally of the leader of the Liberal Party, which is accompanied by protests. Earlier, one of the rallies had to be canceled due to protests.

According to the Global News channel, people who threw gravel protested against vaccination against coronavirus.

Canada plans to hold early parliamentary elections on September 20.

Twitter users publish a video showing protesters throwing small stones at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The footage shows how gravel is thrown at the politician while he gets on the bus.

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