Return to Radisson: Protesters Assemble Outside Toronto COVID Hotel We returned yet again to the Radisson Suite Hotel Toronto Airport — a property that is anything but “sweet” these days. That’s because this Radisson is now being used as a federal COVID quarantine facility to imprison — er, house — Canadians returning to Canada. Not to worry, folks: we stayed on the opposite side of the yellow cord, so that Toronto police wouldn’t issue me yet another trespassing ticket because evidently, hotels serving the public are not accessible to the public anymore… well, at least certain members of the public, like Rebel News journalists… Once again, there were a few dozen demonstrators outside the property offering guests (or “inmates”) rides home. Because apparently, there is no lawful statute that forbids people from leaving the property. Allegedly, authorities are lying to people by telling them they must remain at the hotels. Shameful.
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