Here are some images from this amazing afternoon, featuring a sea of pink.
Many people wore knitted pink hats with pussy cat ears.
Including Victoria's Raging Grannies, who led us in songs of rebellion and power, unity and tolerance.
It was wonderful to see so many people gathered, of all ages and genders.
Here's a final view of the crowd (thanks to Helen Zeilstra for the photo). I was so happy at the amazing turnout. It's time for all who oppose hatred to come together in love and support for one another. Pussy power is alive and well in the USA, in Canada and around the world.
We can get through this if we keep in mind that love trumps hate.
I'm going to be knitting my own pink pussy hat because I have a feeling there will be more opportunities to wear it in solidarity.