Dozens of people waited more than 3 hours in Regina’s Victoria Park Saturday for a visit from the well-known anti-masker known as Chris Sky.
Regina was a stop on Sky’s “Freedom Convoy” from Vancouver to Thunder Bay.
Once taking the stage, Sky wasted no time in clapping back at Premier Scott Moe, who earlier in the week, said he was not welcome in Saskatchewan.
“Apparently, Mr. Scott Moe said I’m not welcome in Regina, or Saskatchewan,” said Sky. “Mr. Moe are you listening, cause you better start listening.”
Sky became well-known after positing videos of him refusing to take a test and quarantining after flying back to Canada.
Sky started the day with stops in Medicine Hat, and Maple Creek.