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Vancouver Had A Massive 'Freedom Rally' This Weekend & There Were No Masks In Sight

Two days of protests took over the downtown core.
'Freedom Rally' In Vancouver Had 1000 Protesters & No One Was Social Distancing

A wide variety of protesters came for the freedom rally in Vancouver, and it was hard to spot a single mask in the crowd of almost 1,000.

The event on Saturday, October 17, and Sunday, October 18 was against mandatory masks and vaccines, but the people who attended had a wide variety of interests according to their signs and their outfits.

Similar protests happened in other Canadian cities over the weekend, like in Toronto, where even the grim reaper showed up.

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The protest mainly took place at the Vancouver Art Gallery's šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square.

But there were marches that wound through the city shutting down major streets as well.

There were people interested in conspiracy theories like 5G and QAnon.

They also had many speakers, including school kids, voicing their opinions.

Plus, there were members of Soldiers of Odin there, a known white supremacist group.

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