Popular Canadian social media personality and anti-masker Chris Saccoccia — also known as Chris Sky — has been banned from Instagram over "content promoting widely debunked hoaxes," Facebook (which owns Instagram) confirmed in a statement to MTL Blog.\nSaccoccia, who is reportedly the son of prominent Vaughan real estate developer Art Saccoccia,had his account removed earlier this week, partly due to what Facebook considers "harmful vaccine information." Toronto Star reported that he also appears to have been added to Canada's no-fly list. \nEditor's Choice: A Quebec MP Was Caught Naked On Zoom During An Online Parliamentary Session\n\nSURPRISE THEY ARE SO SCARED OF ME SPEAKING IN CALGARY AND VANCOUVER THEY ARE DELETING ALL MY SOCIAL MEDIAAND THEY SHOULD BE— Chris Sky (@chrissaccoccia1) April 13, 2021\n\nThe anti-vaxxer coined the hashtag #JustSayNo in reference to vaccines and other COVID-19 restrictions. He was vocal on Instagram about what he considered "lawless political dictatorship" in the form of public health restrictions, building a social media audience of over 250,000 followers. \nA spokesperson for Facebook told MTL Blog the platform will continue to remove new and alternate accounts he creates "due to his multiple violations and blatant disregard of our Community Standards."\nSaccoccia was heading to scheduled appearances in Calgary and Vancouver when he was barred from checking in at the airport.