#MarchForChange Will Take Over Downtown Toronto Streets On Friday
The march starts at 12:30 p.m. outside of Bloor-Yonge Station.
Another protest will make its way through Toronto this week. The #MarchForChange peaceful rally has been set for Friday afternoon in the downtown core. It is the second organized protest in Toronto to take place within the week, after the #JusticeForRegis demonstration last weekend.
According to the MarchForChange Instagram page, it is set to begin at 12:30 p.m. at Bloor-Yonge subway station. Protestors will then make their way to Toronto City Hall at Nathan Phillips Square.
Organizers are reminding attendees that there's no place for violence at this event.
"This is a peaceful protest and there will be no tolerance for disruptive or aggressive behaviour. If we truly want change to happen, it will need to be done respectfully. The world is watching," their post says.
Supporters will march all the way down Yonge St., along Front St. and then back up to Toronto City Hall.
Despite the large turnout that is expected, #MarchForChange says social distancing will be observed. Protestors are asked to stay two metres apart and wear masks.
*This article has been updated.