Over 1000 gather in Toronto for anti-lockdown march
At least 1000 people marched through downtown Toronto as part of the latest “March for Freedom” from COVID-restrictions, chanting “No New Normal!” and “Healthy people don’t need masks!”
The second “March for Freedom” took to the streets of Toronto on Saturday. Organized by The Line Canada but attended by people with a host of different beliefs, they marched for the common purpose of ending COVID-19-induced restrictions across the country.
Amid calls for Canada and the rest of the world to stand up to the CCP, several urged for Canada to implement the Magnitsky sanctions against the Chinese government.
Protestors held a “sit-in” outside the Ministry of the Environment on Bay and Wellesley Street as part of the Global Day of Climate Action to demand climate justice and a “clean and just recovery” from COVID-19 that prioritizes climate solutions.
"We are here to call on Justin Trudeau: break your shameful silence. Leaders from all parts of the world condemn this brutal act, and Justin Trudeau is silent. It’s not acceptable," an organizer said.
Belarus has been rocked by nationwide unrest following the election on August 9 in which authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko is believed to have tampered with results to remain in power after 26 years.
Protestors gathered outside an anti-Semitic food store in Toronto on Sunday evening in response to the company’s campaign against Israel and the police.