Two proud women in Toronto protesting
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During the G20 Summit in Toronto (in 2010), these two women took to the streets to protest. Their message on a cardboard sign was simple - 'Canadian Proud and Free." I was talking to them, and they expressed that they were making a statement about what it means to be Canadian and inspiring a new era of optimism and pride in Canada, being a strong, proud, and free country.
The younger of the two ladies was giving a peace sign. They also sang the Canadian national anthem (Oh Canada) loudly.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2010
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