From the Canadian Government’s Travel Advice website

Recent Updates: The Laws and culture tab was updated – demonstrations and assemblies

All demonstrations and assemblies require a permit. Unauthorized demonstrations, even those involving one person, are illegal. The police can arrest any person without warrant if they are involved in or suspected of disrupting the public order. Foreigners who are not permanent residents of Singapore are prohibited from attending political demonstrations and assemblies, even as observers. Convicted offenders could be fined and/or face imprisonment. Avoid protest and political assembly sites such as Speakers’ Corner in Hong Lim Park and large gatherings, and follow the advice of local authorities.

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