A rally with the participation of the Armenian community took place again Sunday in Montreal, the second largest city in Canada, CTV News reported.
The protesters called on the Canadian authorities to recognize the independence of the Artsakh [(Nagorno-Karabakh)] Republic, and to condemn the aggression unleashed by the Turkish-Azerbaijani tandem.
Over the past three weeks, numerous villages have been destroyed and hundreds of casualties have been reported. Last Saturday, a ceasefire was announced, though soon it was broken.
Earlier this month, Canada suspended military exports to Turkey, which has backed Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
On Monday, Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante is expected to make a statement on the conflict.