- Edmonton Police Service states it understood the demonstration before time.
- The West Edmonton Mall’s mask order is by the city’s mask ordinance.
- There are some exemptions where people can be inside the mall without a mask.
An intrigued philosopher among 3 arrested at the Edmonton Mall:
An Ontario-based anti-mask and anti-vaccine collusion theorist, his partner and a third person were detained Saturday, as a consequence of an anti-mask demonstration at the West Edmonton Mall, police state.
Chris Saccoccia — who works by Chris Sky — created a demonstration where people would buy toys at the mall for a Christmas toy drive, without wearing masks, despite the vaccination situation.
All mall-goers have to use a mask when inside, with very less exceptions, in accordance with the City of Edmonton mask ordinance.
The Edmonton Police Service recognised the proposed anti-mask demonstration, according to an EPS press release published Saturday.
Saccoccia was now wanted on some exceptional warrants, including uttering warnings and public catastrophe, police state. But he and his spouse, Jennifer Saccoccia, were detained Saturday about an injunction preventing them from the West Edmonton Mall. A third character was also detained for breaching the sanction, police state.
All three people will continue in custody till they talk to the accusations in the Court of Queens Bench Monday morning, police state.