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 once again gathered at Queen's Park Saturday afternoon to protest the continued coronavirus measures implemented by the Ontario government. Over 400 people chanted slogans like "Open up Ontario" and sang the Canadian national anthem.

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 ... Honestly, you are a disgrace and you are destroying this country ... You're not asking the hard questions. What's wrong with you?" he said.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford had previously called the protestors "a bunch of yahoos" for flouting social distancing rules and waving an upside-down Canadian flag during their demonstration.

The protestors are marching to the corner of College and Spadina in downtown Toronto. The group has not sought permission to march according a source on the scene.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.