Ontario: Protesters hurled stones at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his election campaign.
According to the International News Agency, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went to London, Ontario, Canada in connection with the election campaign, where he was stoned by protesters against forced vaccinations and corona lockdown.
Security forces cordoned off Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after protesters pelted him with stones and left the scene. According to security officials, the prime minister is in good health.
Speaking to reporters on a flight from London to Ontario, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the stone may have hurt his shoulder. They feel that way.
This is not the first time that Justin Trudeau has faced protests from vaccine opponents during the election campaign. A similar protest a week ago forced the cancellation of an election rally.
Protests against the vaccine escalated after a government announcement last month gave all government employees, including regulars working in the federal sector, the option to be vaccinated by the end of October or to lose their jobs.