Charges pending following another large anti-lockdown rally in Niagara
Political leader Maxime Bernier spoke to a crowd of hundreds in Niagara Falls yesterday afternoon.
The People's Party of Canada leader appeared before the crowd of anti-lockdown protesters in the city's tourism sector.
Niagara Regional Police say charges are pending.
Multiple people are facing charges following a similar gathering in St. Catharines one week ago.
Four organizers and speakers of the event received a summons to appear in court to answer to charges of defying Ontario's COVID rules.
They are facing a maximum $100,000 fine and up to a year in prison.