Prime minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have worked hard to remove all supporters and truckers of “Freedom convoy 2022” from Ottawa. Since January 23rd, when the capital city has hosted one of the biggest rally in Canadian history, Justin Trudeau has used all his tools and influence against those people, including mainstream media, politicians, police chiefs, and other officials. After he used his authority, the online donation platform www.gofundme.com shut down the account for the convoy with 10,1 million CAD and promised to give the donors money back. Sunday, February 6th, the mayor of Ottawa Jim Watson declared a state of emergency in the capital city, and Ottawa police Chief Peter Sloly ordered the police to do everything to cut the fuel supply to truckers off. Right after, police officers have started confiscating the gas cans with fuel from truckers.
On Monday, February 6th, Ontario Superior Court Justice Hugh McLean granted a 10- day injunction preventing people from sounding horns in downtown Ottawa. McLean emphasized that his injunction was temporary because a “myriad of people” might wish to be heard before the court on the issue.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh asked for an emergency debate in Ottawa. In Mondays’ interview, he said:” This is the serious crisis in our nation’s capital and is spreading to our cities.” Jagmeet Singh continued:” Money that’s going into this convoy its political interference, foreign interference,”: “it’s clear, they want to overthrow the government, they want to replace it with unelected comity.”
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh is also a member of Young Global Leaders community of innovators from diverse backgrounds and experiences, founded by Klaus Schwab. His membership has begun in 2018.
Conservative interim leader Candice Bergen addressed Justin Trudeau very clearly:” Countries around the world are opening up. Canadians are ready to get their lives back but it seems like the prime minister wants to live in a permanent pandemic. “ She continued:” The prime minister needs to put his ego aside and do what’s right for the country.”
Wednesday, February 9th, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued Civil Investigative Demands to GoFundMe Inc. to investigate potential violations of the Texas deceptive Trade Practices Act. That was a reaction after the crowdfunding platform removed the fundraising campaign for the “Freedom Convoy 2022” protesting vaccine mandate and restrictions in Ottawa. “GoFundMe’s response to an anti-mandate, pro-liberty movement should ring alarm bells to anyone using the donation platform and, more broadly, any American wanting to protect their constitutional rights,” Attorney General Paxton said. “Many Texans donated to this worthy cause. I am acting to protect Texas consumers so that they know where their hard-earned money is going, rather than allowing GoFundMe to divert money to another cause without the consent of Texas citizens. I will get to the bottom of this deceitful action.”
February 9th, the provincial health officer in British Columbia Bonnie Henry expands the health- care vaccine mandate to include dentists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners regulated by B.C.’s health care colleges. They must prove vaccination records after March 24th. Meanwhile, Saskatchewan and Alberta’s premiers already announced dropping their vaccine mandate policy, B.C. officials claimed that will remain in place at least until June 30th.
CBC has continued to discredit Dr. Stephen Maltgouse and Dr. Charles Hoffe. Doctors did tours around British Columbia to educate residents about Covid 19 and “vaccines” against Covid 19. They have been warning the public from their own experience about the danger of “vaccines” and side effects from their patients.
Truckers and supporters remain still in Ottawa scene as they promised until all mandates and restrictions are lifted up. They hope more people will join them in the upcoming days and weekends, to support them to reach the goal and stand together against more and more police forces, that have been sent to Ottawa by officials.
Protests have been continued on the border crossing between Canada and U.S. in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Since Monday, Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ontario has been partially closed while Blue Water Bridge had massive truck backup due to the hundreds of trucks. Another ongoing big protest is in Coutts, Alberta U.S. border, where hundreds of vehicles are lining the highway. For the traffic, protestors keep one lane of the Highway open in each direction. Surrey, British Columbia has had a demonstration at the side of 176Th Street, close by border crossing, since Saturday. Several dozens of people are alongside the road with the signs and transparents. More people joined them in the afternoon hours and during the weekend.
All protests have been very peaceful and in very nice and human manners. Thousand of vehicles gather without any damage or accident. Only one incident happened in Saskatchewan on Friday, February 4th, where 42 years old man drove a Jeep Patriot through a group of protestors and run away. There were four people injured, one sent to hospital and the other left with minor injuries. Lately, this man was arrested and charged with four counts of assault with a weapon, for counts of leaving the collision scene, two counts of dangerous driving causing bodily harm, and one count of dangerous driving.