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“This is why we are protesting against them, to recognize the genocide.” with files from The Associated Press Members of Ottawa’s Armenian community gathered on Parliament Hill on Sunday before marching to the Turkish Embassy in lowertown to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the Armenian genocide and demand the Turkish government acknowledge its role in the deaths.The celebrity lawyer, who passed away in 2003 just eight weeks after being diagnosed with oesophageal cancer, passed on his pride in his heritage to his family, who have been vocal about their Armenian roots.

From there, they travelled to a new life in America on the passenger vessels SS Brandenberg and SS Koln.

Among those fleeing Erzurum - then in Armenia, and ruled by last Russian Tsar Nicholas II was family patriarch Hovhannes Miroyan and Kim's great great grandfather, born in 1844. Vartanoosh's distinctly blonde daughter Haigoohi Arakelian - known as Helen, born in America in 1917, the year the Bolshevik Revolution rocked the Russian Empire - was Kim's grandmother, who later married into the Kardashian clan.

During Kim’s eight-day trip at the beginning of April of last year, Kim and her family and film crew visited Yerevan's genocide memorial and Armenia's National Archives to see documents about her ancestors.

The Armenians were already resented for their relative prosperity and success compared to many Ottoman Turks, but after they began organising volunteer battalions to help the Russian army, the government began a campaign against them.

Demonstrators, commemorating the 101st anniversary of the Armenian genocide, marched to the Turkish Embassy in Ottawa on Sunday, April 24, 2016 and demanded the Turkish government acknowledge its role in the 2015 deaths. Members of Ottawa’s Armenian community gathered on Parliament Hill on Sunday before marching to the Turkish Embassy in lowertown to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the Armenian genocide and demand the Turkish government acknowledge its role in the deaths.

Historians estimate that as many as 1.5 million Armenians were killed starting in April 1915.

Turkey denies the killings were genocide and contends those who died were victims of civil war and unrest.

Turkey also insists the death toll has been inflated.

Hundreds gathered in Macdonald Gardens Park in front the embassy, with young and old waving the national red-, blue- and orange-striped flag while expressing frustration about “the Turkish government’s ongoing policy of denial.” Meanwhile, barricades were set up by police to separate the Armenian protesters from the Turkish supporters, who also held national flags and signs that read “stop hating”.

Arden Sahakian, 55, said Turkey has to “right” the history books in order for the Armenian people to move on.

“The Canadian government has been recognizing (the genocide) slowly, and Canada has to make sure this genocide does not happen again,” said Sahakian, who said many of the Armenian demonstrators travelled from across Canada to take part in the event.

“The Turkish government killed a million-a-half Armenians,” said Koko Papaziam, 28, a Syrian refugee who has been living in Ottawa for two weeks.