Ontario's next premier has denounced "racist" and "anti-semitic" protests that took place at Queen's Park Saturday, and vowed it won't happen again on his watch.
"Blatantly racist or anti-Semitic ideology should never be permitted on the grounds of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, or anywhere else in our province," the soon-to-be 26th premier tweeted the day after the al-Quds Day rally and march which began at Queen's Park and made its way to the United States Consulate on University Ave.
There was a Hezbollah flag on display complete with the picture of an assault rifle. There were signs calling Jewish people "racist," partaking in apartheid and words calling for the "eradication" of Zionists.
B'nai Brith Canada is filing a police complaint.