Canada's two most populous cities hike security at Christmas markets

Montreal (HRNW)-Barricades went up Tuesday at Christmas advertises in Montreal and Toronto — Canada’s two most crowded urban areas — and security was expanded after an assault that killed 12 individuals in Berlin.

The national risk level however stayed unaltered, a representative for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told AFP.

As revelers approached their typical Christmas shopping, city groups laid vast pieces of bond at the passageway of the Place des Arts, which has one of the country’s biggest Christmas markets, while security looked guests’ sacks.

Comparative efforts to establish safety were taken at another mainstream Christmas showcase in Toronto, open supporter CBC reported.

The Islamic State amass prior asserted duty regarding the truck frenzy in Berlin.

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