Watch VideoPlay Video
Canadian police have tightened security in Toronto, ahead of the G20 summit this weekend.
Over 5-thousand officers have been called into the city to keep the security. Local police say their primary concern is to protect citizens, as well as guests attending the event.
On Wednesday, hundreds of protesters rallied on the streets, in the largest demonstration so far.
Police formed a human shield, managing to prevent the demonstration from spilling over into business and residential areas. Protesters were later disbursed without any incidents or arrests.
- G20 document: Don't take economic recovery for granted 2010-06-24
- G20 summit, keep it or scrap it? 2010-06-24
- Chinese President leaves for G20 summit 2010-06-24