BREAKING: Anti-shutdown protestors gather in Toronto, plan to defy police by marching
One protestor confronted a CBC cameraman and told him that he was not welcome: "You're not really welcome here. CBC has basically destroyed this country."
Protestors converged on Queen's Park Saturday afternoon to protest the continued measures implemented by the Ontario government. Over 500 people chanted slogans like "Open up Ontario," and "No new normal."
On Saturday afternoon, protestors gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto to express their frustration with what they see as overly restrictive coronavirus shutdown measures by the government.
Anti-pipeline protestors have taken over the office of the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, Carolyn Bennett in downtown Toronto.
Extinction Rebellion took to the streets of downtown Toronto Friday evening to block rush-hour traffic and express their anger over pipelines.
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