Thousands of Canadians protested against violence against women in the country after 8 women killed this year.

Iran PressAmerica: Canadian protesters take to the streets in Quebec, chanting slogans condemning violence against women.

Protesters gathered in La Fontaine Park for the Montreal demonstration, marching on a sunny but cold afternoon. They held signs and banners with messages such as, "It's enough!" and "Stop femicides."

Last week, Kataluk Paningayak-Naluiyuk, 43, was found dead along with her partner Peter Ainalik, 44, in Ivujivik, a fly-in community of about 400 people in Nunavik. 

In the past eight weeks, at least eight women in the Canadian province of Quebec have been killed in domestic violence.

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According to Canadian activists, domestic violence has increased dramatically during the corona outbreak in the country.