Freedom Truckers Convoy Protest Digs In at BC-Washington Border Crossing

SURREY, B.C.- Despite the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s (RCMP) increased endeavors to forestall an escort of trucks and different vehicles from laying out a more grounded presence at the Pacific Highway Border Crossing in Surrey, British Columbia, one truck figured out how to get past the police barricade. On Feb. 12, an underlying flood of around 20 business and individual vehicles had gotten through the bar before police fortifications were immediately dispatched to stop admittance to the convergence eight squares north of the boundary, later extending it to 16 squares. The underside truck, a white Ford F-350, was quickly amassed by police by walking to keep the driver from progressing. Support for the Pacific Highway line fight crossed into the United States; a modest bunch of Americans approached the Canadians from their border town of Blaine, Washington, holding U.S. banners…


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