Protesters break silence at Remembrance Day service
A minute of silence for Canadian veterans was broken by about a dozen protestors near Toronto's Old City Hall on Sunday.
The group shouted from beyond barricades on Queen St.
Protestors against Canada's mission in Afghanistan were there, joined by Occupiers & people demanding better treatment of First Nations peoples.
Police tell Newstalk 1010 a group of people there for the Remembrance Day ceremony were so angered by the protest, they confronted demonstrators.
Protectors were lectured for disturbing the peace & escorted away from the area.
No one was arrested.
**With files from James Moore