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."

The protest marched up Yonge Street and ended at Yonge and Bloor.

Speakers included Chris Sky, Hugs Over Masks, and others.

*Editor's note: This article has been updated.

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