Vanessa Gray, a queer Anishinaabe Kwe and water protector from the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, speaks at the rally outside Queen's Park while an interpreter translates in ASL.
A demonstrator holds a protest sign while joining a chant at the climate rally.
A young man shows a sign mocking oil companies.
Students from Toronto Metropolitan University join the climate rally in Queen's Park.
Jamaican musician LGBTQ+ activist Mark Clennon performs at the climate rally.
At the corner of Bay and Wellesley Sts., two protesters hold a sign against investment that "wrecks the planet."
A crowd of protesters demanding climate action march south on Yonge Street.
While walking down Yonge Street, a woman holds the sign with the text, "Are You Feeling It Now Mr. Krabs?" The woman next to her holds up a drawing of a polar bear and panda floating on a lone ice floe.
A man in a dinosaur costume holds a sign with the text, "EXPLOITING MY ANCESTORS," while marching south on Yonge Street.
A volunteer protest marshall rides her bike as people march past Yonge and Dundas Square.
Layla Staats, a Mohawk filmmaker, speaker, and activist, performs at Nathan Phillips Square at the end of the march.