Lamont Daigle is the Co-Founder and National Director of The Line Canada. He has been present at many, if not all recent protests in Ottawa, Toronto and Montréal.
Yesterday’s protest brought together at the minimum one to two thousand people and at the max around three to four thousand.
In this video, Daigle talks about the fact that The Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects them and everyone who protested together yesterday in Toronto from being fined or having any issues at all.
WATCH IT: Interview with Lamont Daigle, Co-Founder and National Director of The Line Canada
“We understand that The Charter of Rights and Freedoms — section 2C says that we are legally allowed to peacefully protest with no problems.”
“Section 2(c) guarantees the right to peaceful assembly; it does not protect riots and gatherings that seriously disturb the peace.”