Another rally at Waterloo Public Square, Maxime Bernier in attendance
Dozens gather in Waterloo Public Square for another anti-lockdown rally. (Johnny Mazza/CTV Kitchener) (June 6, 2021)
KITCHENER -- Dozens of people packed into Waterloo Public Square for yet another rally, despite pandemic restrictions currently in place.
The Sunday gathering was advertised on social media as a “freedom rally” and included People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier.
People could be seen carrying anti-lockdown signs while not wearing masks or physical distancing.
Waterloo regional police and by-law officers were on scene monitoring the rally.
Gatherings have been happening in the square every weekend since mid-April.
Outdoor gatherings are currently limited to five people under current public health restrictions.