Barriers installed at Montreal’s Christmas market to stop terrorists after Berlin attack
The war on Christmas in Canada continues, its now apparent that local authorities are not taking any chances when it comes to the potential for a terrorist attack in Montreal’s Christmas market.
Jersey barriers have been put up around Montreal’s Christmas market, this after a truck plowed through crowds at a Berlin Christmas market Monday, killing twelve.
The yellow concrete slabs were put in place at the corner of Sainte-Catherine and Jeanne-Mance streets Tuesday afternoon around 2:30 p.m.
There are no barriers at the intersection of Sainte-Catherine/Saint-Urbain streets to the market.
“We suggested security measures and they took our suggestions,” said Jean-Pierre Brabant, a spokesperson with Montreal police.