Protesters March in Toronto in ‘Worldwide Freedom’ Rally Against COVID-Related Mandateson November 21, 2021 at 12:30 am

TORONTO—Several thousand people marched in downtown Toronto on Saturday as part of a “Worldwide Freedom” rally to protest COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates. Rallies were also held in several cities across Canada, including in Ottawa, London, and Calgary, as well as in countries such as Australia, Germany, and Japan. In Toronto, the protesters departed from Queen’s Park and marched along Yonge Street. Some among the crowd carried signs with slogans such as “Stop the medical tyranny” and “Coercion is not consent” and “No medical apartheid,” while many chanted “freedom.” Dermot Pomeroy, one of the event organizers, said the idea behind the protest was to oppose the enforcing of COVID-19 vaccine mandates, raise awareness, and “try and come up with some solutions.” “It’s unfortunate that the government is tricking people into believing—businesses, for example—that public health comes with a mandate. But a mandate is not a law, and they’re breaking laws by …

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