Reports from Thursday's G20 protest

Protest at Queen's Park calling for G20 inquiry. (Steven D'Souza/CBC)

By Your Voice team, CBC News

The G20 summit may have ended Sunday, but the aftermath continues. More than 2,000 people gathered in Toronto and Montreal on Thursday to protest the hundreds of arrests during last weekend's G20 summit.

Many demonstrators called for an independent public inquiry into the way security was handled during the summit, while some also wanted the resignation of Toronto police Chief Bill Blair.

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About 1,000 protesters gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto before marching along University Avenue and then past Toronto police headquarters.

Two CBC reporters, Steven D'Souza and Patrick Morrell, attended the Toronto protest and provided updates on Twitter. Here is a recap of what they saw.

March begins: down University, across Dundas Street to Bay Street, up Bay to College Street, then back to Queen's Park. (Steven D'Souza/CBC)

A hundred or so protesters confront police at Bay and College, lots of angry words. (Steven D'Souza/CBC)

A few of the good signs at Queen's Park. (Patrick Morrell/CBC)

An "anti-demonstrator" demonstrator at Queen's Park. (Patrick Morrell/CBC)

Patrick Morrell and Steven D'Souza provided Twitter updates as the event progressed.

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