A vigil and rally for the victims of the New Zealand mosque terror attacks turned tense after at least one well known far-right activist showed up.
The rally, which called on Torontonians to speak out against all forms of racism and discrimination, was interrupted by a group of far-right supporters including alleged white supremacist Faith Goldy.
Police quickly moved in and multiple people had to be taken away after a shoving match broke out between the groups.
The rally was able to continue once Goldy and her supporters were escorted away.
Police say it’s unlikely anyone will be charged.