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On Canada's National Day traditionally held on July 1, symbols of the British monarchy have been vandalized.

Statues of Queen Elisabeth II and Queen Victoria were laid to rest in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacted promptly, claiming that this type of reaction was in no way a solution and would not improve the work of memory, as painful as it is, that Canada must imperatively pursue.

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FRANCE | July 4, 2021
Le Figaro Madame / Camille Lamblaut avec AFP
Au Canada, des manifestants déboulonnent une statue d'Elizabeth II

 

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