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Trudeau met with another protest at campaign stop in Cambridge, Ont.


Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau stopped in Cambridge, Ont. and was met with another crowd of protesters.

During the Sunday afternoon event, chants of “lock him up”, airhorn sirens and banging on garbage dumpsters could be heard over top of Trudeau’s announcement regarding reducing carbon emissions, which includes a $5,000 rebate on zero-emission vehicles.

Waterloo regional police told CTV Kitchener no charges were laid in the incident.

On Friday, a Trudeau campaign event had to be cancelled after police said raucous protesters posed a security threat.

Both Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh have denounced the protesters from Friday.

Trudeau took Saturday off  the campaign trail following the cancelled event.

With files from CTV News’ Glen McGregor Top Stories

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