At least 25 people were arrested late Saturday after hundreds took to the streets of Montreal, the increase in tuition fees protest was planned - S against Canada as hosting a Formula One Grand Prix on.
Pots and pans to peacefully march and beat some 500 protesters wearing masks of carnival began with something.
But when the marchers Formula One stands on Crescent Street and neared, the police dispersed the crowd using tear gas to have been blocked by.
An AFP correspondent in the black-clad and handcuffed by police discovered a corpse of a young person is seen.
Montreal police press service said more arrests were targeted during the night and can be expected.
GRAFFITI covered with broken windows and three police cars were seen on the streets.
Earlier in the day three protesters were arrested outside the Grand Prix events
A man and a woman, the police, "pyrotechnical devices," Jean-Drapeau Park has been occupied by a person with a spray paint a subway station near the city center was taken into custody.
Students as a Grand Prix race on Sunday at S "elitist event." But he also proposed tuition increase international media presence and to publicize their fight against the visitors want to take advantage of.
However, Saturday's La CLASSE, student union is considered to be the most radical, said the Grand Prix had no intention of disrupting. Gabriel Nadeau Dubois said his spokesman, said that although all groups associated with this organization was not able to control behavior.
Montreal's festival of unity in a speech on the occasion, Nadeau Duibois to breathe new life into the protest movement with the students band together called labor unions.
Earlier in the day, nearly 200 protesters - mainly women's rights groups and anti-corporate protesters - marched against Formula One Grand Prix
Marchers on a huge banner denouncing prostitution and that prostitution is a hotel where he was near normal after stopping him on the streets.
"In my opinion, prostitution is still a paid rape," Lawrence Fortin, a sociology graduate student and researcher, told AFP.
Protesters this week to protest a special Quebec government passed a law limiting the right to protest.
Police administrators heavy fines imposed for failure to do so with advance warning of at least eight hours to protest marches, the law requires a special 78.
Students to increase tuition fees by the government has rejected proposals to reduce the $ 35 per year (34 dollars), bringing the total increase of $ 1,533 over seven years (1,473 U.S. dollars) of can be rather 1,778 $ (1,708 $).
Grand Prix when the target student leaders in Quebec after talks broke down last week, students at a government plan to increase tuition fees have vowed to reject the offer