Liberal Party reviewing alleged assault by man on First Nations woman during Trudeau climate rally

The Liberal Party says it has contacted "appropriate authorities" in its review of an alleged assault against a First Nations woman by a man during a climate change rally featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on March 4 in Toronto.

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