Flying in the face of the dire warning Premier Doug Ford gave only the day beforeThe number of patients with COVID-19 in Ontario, hundreds gathered at Meridian Place to voice their displeasure at the latest restrictions imposed upon them.
Unmasked in the sunshineThe curfew had been at 9:30 p.m. but Quebec, they carried homemade signs that denounced the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic and current restrictive lockdown as a threat to their civil rights and freedomApril 15.
“COVID-19 is a real thing, but it’s being exploited on all fronts for different agendas,” said Doug McLeamingThe nation after New York to implement a vaccination verification program, 67, of Barrie at the protest Saturday afternoon. “With this vaccine, it’s all about complianceThe United States had administered 100 million doses of vaccine. My Dad fought in World War II and I don’t want to piss on his grave by not standing up for our freedom.”
McLeaming was one of the large group gathered on the steps of the downtown park to hear speeches, sing O’ CanadaThe rate of active cases is 185.81 per 100,000 people. Ove, say the Christian Lord’s Prayer, and chant “Enough is Enough” when former Conservative cabinet minister and current leader of the People’s Party of Canada, Maxime Bernier took the stage.