Two people were arrested after protesters surrounded a restaurant in Vancouver where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was dining. Vancouver police deployed 100 officers to control the crowd and ensure Trudeau’s safe exit from the restaurant. One officer was injured during scuffles with the protesters and was taken to the hospital. The protesters were calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war. The incident in Chinatown was one of two protests targeting Trudeau that evening, with the second occurring at a different restaurant. The prime minister’s office confirmed the encounters but did not provide further details.