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A Canadian veteran is emotional after attending a Remembrance Day ceremony in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
The Notre-Dame-des-Neiges cemetery, which usually hosts a ceremony on Remembrance Day, is seen empty amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
A veteran and former blue beret walks across the Cenotaph after a Remembrance Day ceremony in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
The tombstone of a fallen Canadian soldier is seen at a cemetery in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
A veteran takes a moment of silence after a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cenotaph in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
A photograph commemorating Canadian troops is seen at Notre-Dame-des-Neiges cemetery in Montreal, Quebec November 11, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Authorities in hazmat suits leave the scene of an incident that left two dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Montreal police spokesperson, Jean-Pierre Brabant, speaks with the media near the scene of an incident that left two people dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Police security line is seen near the scene of an incident that left two dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Pictured is the security perimeter where Montreal police are investigating an incident that left two people dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
An officer enters a Montreal police investigation bus near the scene of an incident that left two people dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Montreal police spokesperson, Jean-Pierre Brabant, speaks on the phone before meeting with the media, near the scene of an incident that left two dead in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Mayoral candidate for Mouvement Montreal, Balarama Holness, gives a press conference alongside his team in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Mayoral candidate, Balarama Holness, speaks at a press conference hours before polling stations are scheduled to open in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Montreal mayoral candidate, Balarama Holness, speaks at a conference alongside his councilors in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Montreal mayoral candidate, Balarama Holness, speaks at a press conference hours before the municipal elections in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Montreal mayoral candidate, Balarama Holness, listens while some of his councilors speak at a press conference in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Montreal mayoral candidate, Balarama Holness, answers journalists’ questions during a press conference in Montreal, Quebec November 5, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Firefighters prepare to receive the remains of firefighter Pierre Lacroix, who died during a boat rescue operation on the Saint-Lawrence river, in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

The priest gives a last prayer after a religious service commemorating the life of deceased firefighter Pierre Lacroix in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Firefighters wait outside Notre-Dame Basilica where Pierre Lacroix’s funeral is taking place in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Firefighters take a moment of silence during their deceased colleague’s funeral in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Annick Lacroix, daughter of firefighter Pierre Lacroix, who died during a boat rescue on the Saint-Lawrence river, wipes a tear at her father’s funeral in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Firefighters gather outside Notre-Dame Basilica to watch their deceased colleague’s funeral in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Protesters hold plastic cylinders to mimic a pipeline outside the Royal Bank of Canada’s offices, as part of a performance to denounce the institution’s investments in fossil fuels, Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
A woman shows her stained hand during a performance to protest the Royal Bank of Canada’s investments in fossil fuels, in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

A protester dressed as the Royal Bank of Canada’s mascot takes part in a performance to denounce the institution’s investments in fossil fuels in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

A demonstrator holds a mimicked pipeline during a performance demanding the Royal Bank of Canada disinvest in fossil fuels in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Greenpeace Canada spokesperson, Patrick Bonin, gives a speech during a demonstration denouncing the Royal Bank of Canada’s investments in fossil fuels in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

A protester listens to speeches demanding the Royal Bank of Canada disinvest in fossil fuels, in Montreal, Quebec October 29, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Protesters walk in the downtown area during the Women’s March in Montreal, Quebec October 17, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Protester Viviane Michel sings a traditional indigenous song at the Women’s March in Montreal, Quebec October 17, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

A protester wears a mask with writing calling for the end of violence against women during the Women’s March in Montreal, Quebec October 17, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia
Protesters walk in the downtown area during the Women’s March in Montreal, Quebec September 20, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

Protesters chant and play music during the Women’s March in Montreal, Quebec October 17, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia

A protester ties a red ribbon, a symbol of solidarity with missing and murdered Indigenous women, outside the Quebec Premier’s office in Montreal, Quebec October 17, 2021. Lea Beaulieu-Kratchanov/Concordia