Protest held to ‘end the lockdown’ in downtown Toronto

By News staff

Over a hundred people gathered at Yonge-Dundas Square Saturday afternoon, many without masks and with little social distancing, calling for an end to the lockdown.

A group on Facebook called “The Line” appeared to be the organizers of the event, which they called the “March for Freedom.”

The protesters walked up Yonge Street towards Bloor Street.

Police re-routed traffic elsewhere to allow for them to pass safely.

Ontario is currently in Stage 3 of its COVID-19 reopening plan, with most businesses allowed to be open.

However, the province has recently introduced new restrictions for bars and restaurants and social gatherings have also been limited to 25 people outdoors and 10 people indoors.

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