With anti-vaccination protests becoming a frequent?occurrence in Ontario —?including outside hospitals, where demonstrators have shouted down patients and staff —2021-04-17T00:46:42.602Z?provincial NDP leader Andrea Horwath is pushing for Premier Doug Ford to reconvene the legislature to put a stop to such “vitriolic harassment by anti-vaxxer mobs.”
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“I believe in the right for people to protest, but what we have to stop is really violent vitriolic harassment and intimidation that’s happening in these situations,” she told CBC Hamilton on Friday, citing a recent incident at a Kingston hospital where a cancer patient was accosted by protesters. “It has to stop. We have tools we can engage to make that happenThe argument he posed little risk to teammates and opponents, wer.”