Members Of Canadian Government & Liberal Media Lied About Finding Firearms Amid The Dispersal Of Freedom Convoy Protests In Ottawa.

When police dispersed the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa in February, a Conservative MP accused a media outlet and a Liberal cabinet minister of disseminating “misinformation” about loaded firearms found among protestors. At a meeting of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety on March 24, Conservative MP Dane Lloyd made the assertion while…

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88% of Freedom Convoy Donations Came From Canada Despite Claims of Canadian Feds.

On Thursday, a House committee meeting to evaluate the finances behind the weeks-long cross-country protest contested the federal government’s claim that the Freedom Convoy was primarily foreign-funded. The Public Safety Committee hearing was acrimonious at times, with some MPs criticizing GoFundMe for originally agreeing to carry the convoy’s campaign, and later GiveSendGo for continuing to…

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Constitutional Rights Group Is Suing Canadian Federal Government For Unlawful Invocation Of Emergencies Act.

A constitutional rights organization has filed a lawsuit against Ottawa for invoking the Emergencies Act and blocking the financial accounts of many people who took part in recent rallies against the government COVID-19 regulations. In a news release dated February 25, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) announced it had launched a constitutional challenge against…

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Canadian Freedom Convoy Organizer Pat King Charged Without Bail.

Pat King, a vociferous protester who took part in the large-scale “Freedom Convoy” protest in downtown Ottawa in recent weeks in opposition to government COVID-19 regulations and limitations, has been denied bail by an Ontario court. King, who was arrested in Ottawa on Feb. 18, is charged with mischief, assisting in the conduct of mischief,…

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Almost 40 Trucking Businesses Were Shut Down For Participation In The Freedom Convoy.

During the crackdown on Freedom Convoy demonstrators contesting COVID-19 mandates and restrictions, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) announced that approximately 40 businesses were shut down. Dakota Brasier, a spokesperson for Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney, said in an email to Global News on Feb. 23 that the ministry has issued 12 seizure orders to…

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Alberta Deciding Whether Or Not To Continue Repealing COVID Measures On Saturday.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he’ll announce “a final decision” this Saturday on whether to proceed with the second phase of the province’s pandemic reopening plan. Kenney says on social media it will be “a prudent decision based on the latest data” and that “damaging restrictions should not last one day longer than necessary to prevent hospitals from…

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Ottawa Police Persecute Protestors For The 2nd Day.

  On Feb. 19, police shattered truck windows and battled demonstrators as law enforcement continued to press in on the main protest location in downtown Ottawa. Around 1 p.m. on Feb. 19, Ottawa police said that 47 persons had been detained and 38 vehicles had been towed. A large police presence remained in downtown Ottawa,…

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Deputy Prime Minister Idiotically Defends The Use Of Canadian Emergencies Act.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland defended the Liberal government’s use of the Emergencies Act to deal with protesters in Ottawa, claiming that the demonstrators are attempting to “usurp the authority” of the democratically elected government. Freeland made the comments during a virtual press conference on Feb. 18 to update the public on the government’s efforts…

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