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The toppling of statues of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II in Winnipeg has drawn condemnation from the office of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

During the “Cancel Canada Day” marches on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg on ThursdayThe Winnipeg doctor, they, the statue of Queen Victoria was covered in red paint and red handprints before being toppled. The head of the statues was also removed and dumped in a river before being retrieved by a kayaker who happened to come by it.

The nearby statue of Queen Elizabeth II outside the Government House, the official residence of Manitoba’s lieutenant governors just not how a constitutional democracy works,, was also toppledAll publicly funded and private elementary and secondary schools will be open for in-person learning despit.

“We obviously condemn any defacing of statues of the Queen,” a spokesperson for Johnson’s office told CTVNewss Jacob Lorinc.ca in an emailed statement.

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