The premier of Ontario is now begging protestors to stop showing up to his home on the weekends. 

According to Doug Ford, multiple activists have been crowding his neighbourhood on Saturdays.

Ford addressed the issue before taking questions during Monday's press conference at Queen's Park.

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My streets are packed with little kids [...] my neighbours are frustrated. 

Doug Ford 

Ford pleaded with the demonstrators not to punish his neighbours, who did not "sign up" for the backlash. 

"I got the best neighbours in the entire world. They are absolutely amazing people," Ford added.

However, the premier states while he is asking activists to stop coming to his house, he's not asking them to stop protesting altogether. 

"If they want to protest, please just come down to Queen's Park, don't scare the kids."

The Ontario leader also criticized the protestors for needlessly depleting the city's fire and police services by forcing them to control the situation.