The City of Montreal may sanction the municipal workers who took part in a demonstration in front of City Hall yesterday.
The protest drew hundreds of municipal workers angry with Bill 3, the legislation that will change their pension plans.
The crowd lit a fire in the middle of the street and fueled it with firefighters' union caps and shirts plus some garbage and tree branches.
They also used a fire hose to spray water on the facade of City Hall.
The head of the municipal unions coalition, Marc Ranger is admitting that the workers went a bit too far when they sprayed water on the building.
He says it is important that the coalition's demonstrations unfold properly and he takes full responsibility for what happened.