Dairy farmers from eastern Ontario took their tractors and cattle to Parliament Hill to protest possible dairy concessions in the soon-to-be-signed Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The farmers rolled down a busy Bank Street in downtown Ottawa on Tuesday, one day before trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim member countries were set to meet in Atlanta to discuss the TPP.
They also brought cattle.
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About 3 dozen big tractors moving slowly up Wellington past parliament now pic.twitter.com/Kc9F4i1vD0— @StuMillsCBC