On March 20, thousands gathered in Queens Park, Toronto, for a historical Freedom Rally to protest against masks, experimental vaccines and lockdowns.
The rally was a part of a much larger movement World Wide Rally for Freedom, which is taking place in hundreds of cities globally.
Promotional image for the World Wide Rally for Freedom (Photo courtesy of World Wide Rally for Freedom)
The familiar chant “Just Say No” was spreading throughout the crowds. The protestors carried hundreds of signs with messages like “Say no to vaccines,” “Consensual hugs,” and “No more lockdowns.”
According to the protestors, this event’s purpose was to show the resistance towards experimental vaccines, unjust lockdowns, and censored science.
Parents, teachers, children and dogs attended the rally, while police stood back without interfering as the event was peaceful.
Protestors flooded Queens Park on a temperate Saturday afternoon (Photo courtesy of INN24)
There were no masks, no social distancing, only a consensual union of people that hasn’t happened in 12 months.
Several speakers took to the stage before the official walk started from the park down to Yonge street.
INN24 spoke to a father who said he was marching for his children; he did not want them to be afraid to make friends and wear masks anymore.
One of the signs, “Our True North Is Strong and Free,” sums up the way many Canadians feel right now.
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