Toronto’s weekly “March for Freedom” took place in downtown Toronto on Saturday, with organizers in Waterloo and elsewhere having canceled their own events to re-direct support to Toronto. About 5000 people attended.
Participants and organizers alike were not deterred by the fact that police have been issuing fines over similar anti-lockdown events in the province.
Independent MP Randy Hillier was charged for hosting an anti-lockdown rally on Thursday, with an organizer near Chatham-Kent having also been charged.
Church of God pastor Henry Hildebrandt also recieved a summons, not for organizing but for participating at an outdoor gathering of more than 25 people in London, Ontario last Sunday.
Speaking to The Post Millennial at the March for Freedom, he said he is not deterred.
“I understand that police are caving in to public pressure, that I need to be fined. I fully understand that, but it doesn’t change my resolve, it doesn’t change my burden, it doesn’t change what I’m called to do. And that is to wake up the people to reality, to what is happening around us. This will not deter me. I understand that they need to do what they need to do, but I need to do what I need to do.”
Adamson Barbecue was an often-discussed issue, with protestors declaring their support for small businesses and calling for them all to re-open on Monday.
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