Much more from photoblogger Paul Denton.
UPDATE: Total disconnect from the Globe and Mail:
Ottawa — As outraged protest goes, it was a very Canadian affair.
The biggest demonstration Tuesday against U.S. President George W. Bush was a mostly peaceful, almost festival-like day of bongo drumming and whistle blowing.
It ended with a candlelight vigil that transformed Parliament Hill into a small sea of twinkling lights.
Television images focused on a brief clash between a few demonstrators and riot police, but the vast majority of marchers were upbeat in their disdain for Bush.