Trudeau hit by gravel thrown by anti-vaccination protester

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he won’t alter how he campaigns after he and others were hit by gravel thrown by an anti-vaccine protester during the campaign this week.

Trudeau has faced increasingly hostile protests by what he calls "Anti-Vax mobs" ahead of the Sept. 20 election. During a campaign stop in London, Ontario on Monday Trudeau and some journalists were hit by gravel thrown by a protester as he boarded his campaign bus.

Trudeau says Canadians are proud of the fact that Canada is not like the United States and he won’t change.