Ontarians are taking to the streets in protest this week. More cities are joining the movement against anti-black racism and police brutality. Kingston, Oakville and Barrie are among those hosting their own peaceful protests in Ontario, and by the looks of it, more are to come.\nA demonstration was held in Toronto last weekend in honour of 29-year-old Regis Korchinski-Paquet and "black lives that were taken at the hands of police," according to the event's description.\nThe #JusticeForRegis protest gathered thousands of supporters who took to Christie Pits Park and surrounding streets.\nOther cities in the province are holding protests of their own, along with Canadian provinces, U.S. states and countries all over the world.\nA rally in Kingston, Ontario took place on June 2, to which large crowds of protestors showed up in solidarity.\nWonderful show of solidarity in #ygk tonight in support of #BlackLivesMatter. I shared some photos here: https://t.co/F5FAVZuuIy Make sure you’re contributing (if you can) to support activists/protesters! pic.twitter.com/LxfE5MUs0h— ☁️ (@daverideout) June 3, 2020\nIn Kingston, protestors held signs that read "Not Another Black Life" and "Silence = Consent."\nKitchener saw massive crowds gather together in the city's streets on June 3. Those who chose not to attend in person were able to join the movement online.\nOn June 4, both Barrie and Oakville had peaceful gatherings of their own. One Twitter user praised Oakville's "expertly organized and well-attended" event.\npeaceful protest in Oakville Ontario today❤️ #blacklifematters pic.twitter.com/76IRaFW5rp— payton parker (@paytonparkkerr) June 4, 2020\nGreat job to those who quickly, expertly organized the well-attended #BlackLivesMatter march in #Oakville this afternoon. Proud of the support from so many youth from my community; all safe on the walk due to coordination with @HRPSOak, and with masks to protect us from #COVID19. pic.twitter.com/jlelxDVXCe— Marc Reyer Grant @ Home (@MarcReyerGrant) June 4, 2020\n#oakvilleprotest pic.twitter.com/G2uM1spidU— Jay Neilson (@IAMJONCON) June 4, 2020\nIf you received a ticket / fine by Town of Oakville bylaw in regards to Emergency Management Act. Don’t pay it. Fight it. And use this photo from today’s protest as your defence. No tickets and many sections broken. Act. treated differently for certain “events” than others. pic.twitter.com/PJEBfplvt9— Elijah the Prophet (@h0mic1de) June 4, 2020\nAlthough the crowds didn't compare to that of May 31 in Toronto, protestors and allies are still choosing to stand together against injustice.\nAmazing turnout at the Barrie protest. Proud to add our voices. #blacklivesmattercanada pic.twitter.com/R37w0eIojF— Matthew Bradford (@MattoMcFly) June 4, 2020\nA crowd has gathered at Barrie City Hall in advance of the 5 p.m. start of a protest demanding justice for George Floyd and all victims of police-led violence. pic.twitter.com/Ogh9a9mmVu— Barrie 360 (@Barrie360) June 4, 2020\nAccording to event plans announced on social media, another protest is set to make its way through downtown Toronto on Friday, June 5.\nToronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has said that he has been and will continue to be in attendance at each of these protests.