From Halifax to Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and more, Canadian cities saw nationwide protests to defund the police this weekend.

While some altercations and vandalism was reported, the protests have been largely peaceful, as people come together to advocate for reform, justice, and safer communities for all.

Organized by Black and Indigenous advocates, we’re rounded up a few photos of the events to see what they looked like throughout the country.

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Toronto

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Tkaronto/toronto protest 2!!!!Part of the Nationwide protest to defund the police.So happy to be connected with our siblings from all of Turtle Island today!

Posted by The Coalition for BIPOC Liberation on Saturday, August 29, 2020 London

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Calgary

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Out here with a bunch of humans who care about a bunch of other humans @raricanow @yyc_blm @DefundYYC #BlackTransLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/LyGStSbtus

— Olivia B Nesbitt (@bouffynesbitt) August 29, 2020

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Treaty 7 calgaryYESS!!!!!!It’s so beautiful to see us all come together!It’s only a matter of time!

Posted by The Coalition for BIPOC Liberation on Saturday, August 29, 2020 Edmonton

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