Several hundred march through Aylmer for “Freedom”

About 750 protestors, some from as far as Toronto, marched through Aylmer on Saturday, Nov. 7, against COVID-19 pandemic precautions, insisting every Canadian should be free to choose what measures they did or didn’t take. The march started almost an hour later than expected, and by 4 p.m. was heading back to its starting point at East Elgin Community Complex. More in the Nov. 11 edition of The Aylmer Express. (AE/Rob Perry)

  • Russell Armstrong

    Interesting to note that not one of the protestors, that I saw anyway, was wearing a poppy.

    • Jessica Hurst

      Many of them were. Our veterans were also thanked and acknowledged several times in the speeches. Some people need to open their eyes and look around…👀

      • Russell Armstrong

        Thought you could be right so I looked at all the news reports again. There must be less than one-half of one percent wearing a poppy. They must be standing in the back

        • Dain Rivers

          Just like how they “aren’t anti maskers ” but held signs saying “no mask” – not everyone is on the same page apparently

    • Syl Carle

      The march wasn’t about masks or lockdowns. Masks and lockdowns are however part of the plan being opposed. Get it right from the horse’s mouth and see for yourself. https://youtu.be/n2fp0Jeyjvw

  • Syl Carle

    The march wasn’t about masks or lockdowns. Masks and lockdowns are however part of the plan being opposed. Get it right from the horse’s mouth. https://youtu.be/n2fp0Jeyjvw

    • Russell Armstrong

      Well you got the ‘Horse’ part right…. just the wrong end.