Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was hit by small stones by protesters during a campaign stop in Ontario on Monday.
The prime minister was returning to a bus after visiting a brewery when protesters targeted him on a campaign stop ahead of the general election. He was not injured during the incident.
Mr Trudeau called a snap election in mid-August, in the hope of gaining a majority government for his left-of-centre Liberal party.
But his campaign has been disrupted by demonstrations against Covid-19 vaccine mandates and other restrictions.
Speaking to journalists on his campaign plane after the incident in London, Ontario, Mr Trudeau said he may have been hit on the shoulder.