Hundreds gathered this weekend at an anti-mask protest in Toronto. One person was even spotted dressed as the Grim Reaper.
A huge crowd congregated at Dundas Square on Saturday to protest the lockdown, pointedly wearing no masks.
The protest was organized by a group called The Line, which has chapters in multiple countries, including in the U.S., Ireland, Greece, Australia, and Pakistan per their website.*
According to a flyer, the group marched in Toronto "to stand against government oppression and tyranny." Per NewsTalk 1010, up to 1,500 people may have attended.*
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The Grim Reaper even showed up to voice support throughout the protest, with a sign titled "I support these idiots."
According to their flyer, "freedom fighters" marched to "defend their civil liberties."
https://t.co/G7yk3eEOo0— CrasHTalk (@CrasHTalk) 1603040696.0
The protest marched up Yonge Street and ended at Yonge and Bloor.
Toronto Anti-Lockdown Protest March for Freedom Oct 17, 2020 https://t.co/x7VmglcphJ— CrasHTalk (@CrasHTalk) 1602991788.0
Speakers included Chris Sky, Hugs Over Masks, and others.
This is an anti-mask protest in Toronto. I’m so confused... https://t.co/zqfFlU5NQy— Alvin (@Alvin) 1603034101.0
*Editor's note: This article has been updated.