Organizers of the March for Freedom held in Montreal estimate that 100,000 people joined the weekend protest held last September 12, 2020.
Speakers at the event reviewed evidences from the Oxford University’s Center for Evidence-Based Medicine which suggests that majority of current COVID-19 policies have no scientific evidence. Like the European rallies, the Montreal protests called for the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. Unlike the European rallies, however, several signs supporting US President Donald Trump may be seen.
Other posters included the following words: “Better to die free than to live without freedom”.
The attached article covering the march over the weekend was published by Top Trade Guru, a brokering company based in Canada. The article features videos and photos taken from the event.
Editor’s Note: Just like the European protests, there have been several attempts at cancelling the Canadian March for Freedom. A quick search of articles about the event will yield results that protected the “official” narrative. Again, protesters are called conspiracy theories, and labeled as members of far right groups [also see Hundreds attend anti-lockdown protests in Dublin, 10,000+ gather in London to protest COVID-19 restrictions, 17,000+ gather in Berlin to protest against COVID-19 restrictions, August 29 Berlin protest on COVID-19 lockdowns brings huge numbers of people to the streets]. The added bullet for those who criticize the Canadian protest is the overwhelming support for Donald Trump, as evidenced by the chanting and posters seen during the event. Note however, that this website is non-political, we are only reacting on our observations. Our observations are in no way an endorsement of any politician, even if their views may sound like ours.
Like the European protests, very few media outfits have actually covered the event. Attendance is also vastly underestimated to downplay the widespread support being received by such protests. In a news report published by Global News Canada it said that only 700 people attended the rally.
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