Anti-mask protesters banned from BC Ferries after causing disturbance

“We don’t tolerate this type of behaviour,” said Marshall, adding that they called West Vancouver police, who met the ship at Horseshoe Bay when it …

Police in West Vancouver were called to meet a B.C. Ferries vessel as it docked in Horseshoe Bay on Saturday after people opposed to public-health restrictions aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 caused disturbances on board.

B.C. Ferries spokeswoman Deborah Marshall said the group of so-called anti-maskers — about 50 in all — departed from Nanaimo at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday and it is believed they were heading to an event in Vancouver dubbed the “freedom rally.”