Anti-Maskers Take To Toronto Streets With Added Halloween Twist (PHOTOS)

A Halloween haunted march!
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Anti-Maskers Take To Toronto Streets With Added Halloween Twist (PHOTOS)

A large number gathered once again today at Dundas Square in Toronto before taking to the streets as part of the weekly protests that have been occurring.

These “freedom protests” are organized by the group The Line and have been taking place regularly on Saturdays.

There was one notable difference to this week’s march, though. It was Halloween.

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Many wore a mask to the event, but they weren’t your typical face covering, of course.

Multiple Donald Trumps were in attendance.

A Handmaid's Tale character also made an appearance.

The anti-vax mobile was spotted again.

Justin Trudeau and Doug Ford were the subject of many of the signs.

Some of the costumes were of familiar figures, while others were something else entirely.

Some people brought children and they also dressed for the occasion.

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