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Protestors Were Marching And Setting Things On Fire After The CAQ Election In Montreal

They seem to disapprove of the CAQ
Protestors Were Marching And Setting Things On Fire After The CAQ Election In Montreal

Last night the Coalition Avenir Quebec won a majority government and some people decided to go out and show they were displeased with the news.

They figured the best method to do this was to get put on some red masks and march down the streets of downtown Montreal setting things on fire. You know normal stuff. 

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They attempted to show off they arts and crafts skills by making large red banners and flags and they walked around setting posters of the CAQ and the PQ on fire.

They then took those flaming posters and posed them in neat little piles so that they could take some righteous anti-establishment Instagram photos.

Here are some photos of what happened:

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