Thousands rally in Toronto to protest COVID-19 pandemic restrictions

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“TORONTO, ON., Oct. 21, 2020 — The March for Freedom & Motorcade organized by The Line Canada, a pro-citizen movement, took place in Toronto on Saturday, Oct. 17th to protest what it views as governmental overreach in COVID-19.

Thousands who came from all over the country gathered at Yonge-Dundas Square to rally against rotating lockdowns, mask mandates, hefty fines, and censorship.

The peaceful protest was live-streamed and followed by a motorcade through Toronto’s downtown core.

Speakers included constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati who is representing Vaccine Choice Canada and several other plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Canadian Government, the Ontario Government, the City of Toronto, and public health officials.

The suit claims that restrictions in COVID-19 have been excessive and unwarranted and that the health system has failed to provide essential healthcare.

Organizers promised that the event would be ”loud and proud” and it lived up to its billing with impassioned speeches, shout-outs, applause, and cheering while a Pantomime artist wearing a theatrical mask and rubber gloves performed for the crowd on a side stage. The rally ended on an upbeat note with people singing Canada’s national anthem, ”O Canada.””

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