Yes, you read that right. The police would not allow peaceful protesters to legally protest anywhere near the fence because there could have been violent black people within their midst.
On Saturday afternoon, black people were hiding among peaceful marchers who were walking west along Queen Street. As the peaceful protesters went north along Spadina, the black people got together and headed back east along Queen Street. They started vandalizing businesses such as Starbucks and banks. Eventually, the black people went north on Yonge Street, and vandalized more stores. Some of those violent black people were able to destroy a few police vehicles. The Eaton Centre had closed its doors because of the fear that black people would destroy property inside the shopping centre.
There were very few people enjoying the downtown on Saturday and Sunday. Perhaps they feared the black people. Maybe it was because of riot cops in black. Whatever the case, let us be thankful that our finest police force in Toronto and the visiting forces across the country were able to keep us safe from all those criminal black people. Because of those black people, the police had to curtail the freedom of expression, the freedom of movement, and the right to protest peacefully from every Canadian.
I don't know why the police had to demand the identity of people getting too close to the security fence. It should have been easy for the police to spot violent black people from others. Because of a few black people, the police had to treat all Canadians like criminals instead of citizens.