While protesting truckers continued to take over the Canadian capital city of Ottawa the protests spread across the nation over the weekend, with protests across major cities, including Toronto.
The Freedom Convoy, also known as the Freedom Convoy, has not shown any evidence of leaving Ottawa. The day before, Ottawa the police commissioner Peter Sloly informed the police services board of the city that the event was “a assault” and “something that is unlike anything else from what I’ve experienced before in my entire life”.
A statement by Ottawa Police Service. Ottawa Police Service said that more than 50 criminal charges connected to the protests were being investigated. Of these were hate crimes that resulted in the prosecution of four individuals. The statement also stated that seven people were detained and that 70 traffic violations tickets were issued.
Canadian Prim Minister Justin Trudeau, who has denied the protests, is not yet returned to the capital city after he was relocated to an unidentified place a week ago, before the convoy made its way to the capital. Trudeau also has been tested positive for Covid-19, and is in self-isolation. The office of the prime minister continues to identify his place of residence as within the National Capital Region.
The protesters are refusing to quit Ottawa There were protests who gathered in other cities on the weekend. In Toronto there were a lot of people of people gathered in front of the site for the Ontario legislature. There were also demonstrations at Quebec City, Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, Vancouver, in the province of Alberta as well as elsewhere.
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