Toronto Police announced that three people were arrested and charged with criminal offences after officers broke up two anti-lockdown protests in Toronto on Saturday.
According to TPS press releases, organizers of the two protests at Yonge/Dundas Square and Queen's Park were both arrested and charged with Common Nuisance.
Fail To Comply orders handed out
A third person was arrested and charged with obstructing police and assaulting a police officer, TPS said.
Police also handed out 18 Fail to Comply orders for people attending the protests.
According to a statement from Brent Ross, a spokesperson for the Ministry of the Solicitor General, a Fail to Comply order can come with a $750 fine.
Police said organizers Lamont Daigle and Kelly Anne Farkus were charged with Common Nuisance and 22-year-old Conor Chappell was charged with obstructing and assaulting a police officer.
Police officers across the province are now enforcing Ontario's new stay-at-home order, which came into effect on Thursday.