‘Take Back Canada!’: Anti-mass immigration protesters march in Toronto on Canada Day

The march started in Queen’s Park, where leaders of the movement gave speeches at a podium expressing their dissatisfaction with the Canadian government and calling on political leaders to put Canadians first.

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Yesterday, hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Toronto to protest the Trudeau Liberals’ unsustainable immigration policies.

Last year, Canada saw more than eight million immigrants with permanent residence living in the country, making up roughly 20% of the population. Our government currently allows an estimated 500,000 new immigrants into the country annually.

Although immigration minister Marc Miller estimates the number of illegal immigrants to be up to 500,000, the real number could be much more. Despite this, the Canadian government only deported 15,000 last year.

These unprecedented numbers of immigrants have been a contributing factor to Canada’s housing crisis and lack of job openings.

The march started in Queen’s Park, where leaders of the movement gave speeches at a podium expressing their dissatisfaction with the Canadian government and calling on political leaders to put Canadians first.

Rebel News spoke with many of the protesters to find out their suggestions for policy change on immigration. Some first-generation Canadians present told us that many of Canada’s recent immigrants are not interested in assimilating into Canadian culture.

Others expressed concerns about a lack of housing and job opportunities due to the recent massive wave of immigration.

The demonstrators took to the streets and marched through downtown Toronto, proudly chanting slogans such as “free, free Canada!” by City Hall, Nathan Philips Square, and ending back at Queen’s Park.

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