More Videos from Toronto’s Massive Worldwide Rally for Freedom

**It was an honour for BrightLightNews to organize Canada’s largest freedom rally to date and an incredible sight to see all the marchers…let’s make the next one bigger!

Protesters Toronto’s Worldwide Rally for Freedom at Queen’s Park yesterday gathered to hear Canada’s best lineup of speakers, including Dr. Rochagné Kilian, Knia Singh (lawyer, human rights advocate), Bruce Pardy (Rights Probe exec. dir.), Greg Hill (pilot, Free2Fly), Edward Embury (Ontario farmer), Derek Sloan (Ontario Party Leader), Randy Hillier (MPP), and Maxime Bernier (PPC leader).

At least 10,000 protesters then overtook the streets of Toronto with a massive march that riddled Google maps with red high-traffic symbols around the downtown core.

Bright Light News filmed the march down Yonge St. from start to finish, which lasted 30 minutes. Based on our footage, we estimate about 10,000 to 15,000 people in attendance of the speeches at Queen’s Park. #wewillallbethere

Bright Light News would like to thank the diverse lineup of speakers that accepted our invitation to speak yesterday.

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After speeches at Queen’s Park, the crowd, estimated to be at least 12,000 people, marched through the streets of Toronto–causing traffic jams in the downtown core. Google maps outlined the march with a band of red (high traffic symbol) following and extending around the march.

Below is a video from a Toronto high-rise. (Video credit unknown.)

32 thoughts on “More Videos from Toronto’s Massive Worldwide Rally for Freedom”

  1. I’m so glad that people are rising up in numbers! That is a terrific turnout! But guys, your numbers are way off! How can the media ever hope to represent us correctly if we can’t represent ourselves correctly?
    In Edmonton several years ago we had a series of rallies for freedom in education. We estimated around 1000 people attended the first rally – and the media called it dozens. So, for the second rally we arranged counters. People stood at the entrances to the Legislature and they had tally counters. We collected the numbers from all the counting points and reported them to the speakers, who announced them to the people. In the end I think our greatest number was 2132. At the time, that was a huge number for a rally.
    The MLAs were in the Legislature, and they were announcing the numbers too! Because we had an accurate count, they took us seriously! And some of the news outlets reported the numbers correctly that time, too.
    Remembering what 2000 looked like on the steps of our Legislature, I’ll tell you that you had WAY more than 10,000 people marching in Toronto. It’s hard for me to give an estimate, but you might be able to add another 0.
    Politicians (well, good ones, at least) evaluate the seriousness of the people’s concerns numerically – the more people protesting, the more seriously they should take the issue. You have lots of people there! But experts say that you must have 3.5% of a population marching before you can truly effect change. In a city the size of Toronto, that would be 95,000. You might have had that many!! But they’re not going to take you as seriously as they need to until you find a way to correctly report your numbers.
    Numbers count.

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  3. COVID was created for the vaccine. When you think of it that way it now makes sense.
    Small Pox vaccine was pulled from distribution after only 24 deaths in ten years.
    Covid Vaccines fatalities have reached six figures worldwide. do the math as to what this is about. There is a special place in Hell for these Monsters!!!

  4. Interesting, the overhead view of the Queens Park rally makes the crowd look like a carona virus.

    (No one is standing in the center snow area as it is a large snow pile leading up to three tiered steps to the horse statue.)

    1. …and the thin outer ring is the wooden benches that encircle the center, there is another snowpile between the benches and the inner walkway.

  5. anthony frizzell

    I have from the start spoke of a lot of things that are only coming to the lemmings minds just lately, what can I do to help and help rewrite our CONSTITUTION which is the real problem…!!!!

  6. A lot of people complaining about this being a super spreader event, conveniently forgetting about their hero, JT, kneeling armpit to armpit with thousands at a BLM rally.

  7. The Free Province Project is garnering more than a little support, and I’m now in direct contact with a couple of people. This is good news, because we haven’t even really started yet and we’re already getting shout-outs from potential volunteers. To be honest, based on the comments here, I thought there would be more coming from this site than elsewhere…but hey, I don’t judge. You guys just do whatever you think is best for you. So, once again, if anyone here is interested, just let us know. As for anyone else, well…we’ll be sure to send you a postcard if we achieve our goal. #freeprovinceproject

    “Simply raging against the machine can be quite therapeutic, but sometimes you have to take action.” – John M

  8. I bumped into an acquaintance today who I hadn’t since before vaccine passports. When I saw him last, he had assured me he would never comply, that he would never get himself jabbed. Well, as I said, that was before passports. Today he told me he was double jabbed but that he had had no choice, that he was forced to. Intrigued, I asked him what he meant by “forced”. He then told me that he would not have been allowed to play squash without a passport. This is what we’re up against. He is willing to give up his freedoms because of a squash game. And this guy calls himself a conservative. Sometimes I despair, but then I see videos of people marching and I hear of the truck convoy, and I feel much better. It is called hope.

    1. Tell me about it. The son of a friend of mine just got his first shot because he wants to go to a casino on his birthday. In other words, he’s foolishly gambling his life and health for the privilege of gaining access to a place where they’ll happily relieve him of his money. As in the case of your friend, I’m sure Darwin would approve.

    2. Ditto, two friends got jabbed because their parents are overseas, but a year later they still have not left the country to visit their parents.

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