1-Year Anniversary Protest of Adamson BBQ Rebellion at Toronto Mayor’s Home

On the 1 year anniversary of the now infamous Adamson BBQ Rebellion and the arrest of its owner, Adam Skelly, November 26, 2020, activists will again take to the streets for the full reopening of small businesses, specifically outside the home of Toronto Mayor John Tory.

Skelly opened his restaurant Nov. 24-26, 2020, in defiance of the Reopening Ontario Act to support his sinking livelihood at the hands of restaurant lockdowns that, by Public Health Ontario’s own data, contributed to just 1.3% of cases that led to Covid-19 outbreaks. After 2 days of overwhelming support and booming sales, Skelly was arrested on the 3rd day.

Adam Skelly joined us for an interview Dec. 20, 2020 (Trailer).

Full Interview

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