Child mass graves protests in Canada: Queen's statue destroyed

Child mass graves protests in Canada: Queen’s statue destroyed



Child mass graves protests in Canada: Queen's statue destroyed

The detection of hundreds of graves and remains belonging to the Native American (Native) people and their children during the studies carried out in many regions of Canada has been the target of reactions and protests from many citizens in the country. Reacting to mass graves and to the Native American people, protesters got out of control during the Canada Day rally.

In the protests held after the discovery of mass graves of Native American (Native) children in boarding schools in Canada, the demonstrators, Queen Victoria and Queen II. He destroyed statues of Elizabeth.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Manitoba Legislature in the city of Winnipeg, chanting “we were children once” during the “Every Child Matters” rally, chanting Queen Victoria and Queen II. He demolished several statues in the Assembly, including statues of Elizabeth.
Some of the protesters, who damaged the statues they destroyed with spray paints, were detained by the police officers who intervened in the events.
Canadian police announced that arson incidents were encountered in Catholic Churches in many different parts of the country after the grave findings.
Police, which launched an investigation into the arson of the churches, said the cause of the arsons has not yet been determined, but that some of the incidents are suspected to be linked to the discovery of mass graves of Indians.


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