Clashes continued to occur between the Onkwehonwe tribe and the OPP at 1492 Land Back Lane, with indigenous people hitting police cars and getting shot with rubber bullets and tasers after.
Hundreds of Chileans gathered in Santiago to protest against state terror perpetrated on Mapuche indigenous communities, after the family of an activist murdered by police was beaten and arrested at a border checkpoint. Demonstrators successfully repulsed Carabineros using water cannons, and held the central Plaza Dignidad for hours on end.
Hundreds in Santiago marched in honor of Itan and Tamara, both children being victims of gun violence in Chile, one killed by stray bullets from an unknown assailant and another by police during a gunfight. Demonstrators marched to the La Moneda presidential palace, asking why police resources were spent attacking protests instead of stopping gun violence.