Canadians strip to underwear at climate rallies - Canada - Canoe.ca
Perhaps the most eye-opening Canadian demonstration was in Vancouver, where half a dozen Greenpeace members walked around the city dressed in nothing but their underwear and protest placards.City of Toronto: Toronto Facts, Toronto's racial diversity
Andrea MacDonald - her skin covered in goose bumps - said she didn't mind the cold.
[Toronto] Bullhorn in hand, a parka-clad Katelynn Blascik led the marchers through songs like "Climate Change is Coming to Town" and "The 12 Days of Copenhagen" as they trekked to Queen's Park for a candlelight vigil.
Earlier in the day, the approximately 250 people who turned out for Toronto's rally got a first-hand glimpse of the scene in Copenhagen, as organizers beamed images of activists protesting at the summit directly into the university's earth sciences building.
Toronto, with a population of 2.48 million people (5.5 million in the GTA - Greater Toronto Area) is heralded as one of the most multicultural cities in the worldThe Canadian Press hockey Saturday: Capitals 3 at Maple Leafs 6
Attendance - 19,316 (18,819).