Ontario is less than halfway through its six-week stay-at-home order, and anti-lockdown protests in Toronto are still taking place.

Protesters marched their way from Lakeshore Boulevard to Yonge/Dundas and then to Queen's Park on Saturday, April 24, with their journey marked by several altercations with angry Torontonians.

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Much of the protest was chronicled by Toronto lawyer Caryma Sa'd, who followed the protesters through downtown Toronto.

The protesters made their way past several waterfront condominiums, according to video from Sa'd, stopping to interact with a bystander who didn't seem too fond of their methods.

TPS Constable Alex Li told Narcity that no tickets were issued and no arrests were made at the protest, but he said that just because someone is not served a summons at the time does not mean they cannot be served in the future.

The protesters headed back into downtown via Yonge Street, escorted by police, and clashed once more with a bystander.

Ontario's stay-at-home order is in effect until at least May 20, and according to police, anyone caught gathering with people outside of their household could face a $750 fine.