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Alliance Member: Victoria Park and Stories Path

alliance member: Reporters watched as several members of the alliance retreated across the street toward the entrance area of the Lord Nelson Hotel, where protesters followed them, according to Vancouver Courier. One protester argued with an alliance member while another wrestled a sign out of his hands and tore it to pieces. The National Citizens Alliance had arranged to meet in Victoria Park, after being told they were no longer allowed to host a town hall at a Royal Canadian Legion in Halifax.article continues below Trending Stories Nature's Path takes business road less travelled by turning website into pipeline protestB.C. girl's hair catches fire at backyard fire pit, dies in Vancouver hospital These are the top five brands B.C. loves Union files grievance over public school teacher shortage in B.C. Three or four members of the alliance gathered near the park, while more than two dozen protesters loudly chanted their opposition to the group's views. Flanked by police, the two sides engaged in a shouting match before the alliance members walked away to an unknown location. We showed them that we stand together as a community today, that we stand with all our neighbours. We definitely showed them that Halifax won't stand for xenophobia and Islamophobia, said activist Jessica Dueling after the men left. ( As reported in the news.