Pro-freedom protests have spread across Canada after the Trudeau government's brutal crackdown on the weeks-long Freedom Convoy demonstration in Ottawa.
Freedom protesters in Calgary took to the streets Saturday and braved the cold in large numbers, spurred on by the Trudeau administration's draconian actions.
As for the turnout in Toronto, peaceful and freedom-loving Canadians continued to march in opposition to the Trudeau regime's COVID-19 mandates.
Protest footage by @canmericanized on Twitter filmed the Canadian flag-waving crowd marching down Yonge Street. Many protesters shouted, "Freedom!"
Several protest signs read "Freedom Over Fear" and "Stop Power Abuse."
The protesters arrived at the Eaton Centre in the heart of Toronto's downtown core. There, the proud Canadians sung the Canadian national anthem:
There's been widespread protest footage capturing police violence against the freedom protesters as law enforcement attempts to clear the streets of Ottawa.
An elderly woman identified as an Indigenous elder was reportedly injured after mounted police rode through a crowd of Freedom Convoy supporters Friday. Then on Saturday, baton-wielding police officers beat protesters and even a reporter.
Support is also gaining south of Canada's border with the United States. According to a new poll, a majority of Americans support the Freedom Convoy protesters and believe that a similar movement in the US "a good idea."