Protestors took to Toronto streets on Tuesday to demonstrate against the Ontario government's decision to make masks mandatory for indoor spaces. The protest, which was organized by thelinecanada.com, involved flooding the subway and chanting "hugs over masks" and "back to normal."
The Ontario government has mandated that masks must be worn indoors as of Tuesday.
Medical officers have the authority under the Ontario Emergency Act to make masks mandatory. This will allow local health officials to determine the conditions under which businesses are permitted to operate in the province.
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