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Toronto Police Chief takes a knee

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders took a knee with a group of protesters who are staged a march to Toronto City Hall today. The March was peaceful and was attended by hundreds of people with diverse backgrounds. Most of the protesters were wearing personal protective gear and practicing social distancing. In a tweet Chief Saunders wrote, “My Command and I met protesters today and we took a knee. We see you and we are listening. Toronto Police fully supports peaceful and safe protests this weekend and always. We have to all stay in this together to make change. #Toronto #PeacefulProtests”

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