50,000 PLUS TRUCKERS HEADING TO OTTAWA TO SECURE OUR FREEDOM.
This week-end will mark the greatest patriotic event in Canadian history and the whole world is watching, everyone except for CANADIAN NEWS.
The TRAITOR JUSTIN TRUDEAU has banned all Canadian t.v. stations from covering this historical event and is calling the CANADIAN TRUCKER CONVOY a TERRORIST ORGANIZATION while threatening to seize all funds raised by Go Fund Me.
He is scared for his job and should be as calls for his hanging become louder.
GoFundMe has frozen the nearly$4.5 million in funds raised by the trucker convoy now wending its way across the country toward Ottawa in a protest against vaccine mandates.
“We require that fundraisers be transparent about the flow of funds and have a clear plan for how those funds will be spent. In this case, we are in touch with the organizer to verify that information,” Rachel Hollis, a spokeswoman for the crowdfunding platform, said in an email.
“Funds will be safely held until the organizer is able to provide the documentation to our team about how funds will be properly distributed.”
As of Tuesday afternoon, funds were raised from 57,800 donors, according to the GoFundMe page of the “Freedom Convoy.”
Tamara Lich, who is also secretary of the fledgling Western separatist Maverick Party, launched the campaign on Jan. 14. It states that the money will go toward fuel as well as food and lodgings for big-riggers taking part.
“Our current government is implementing rules and mandates that are destroying the foundation of our businesses, industries and livelihoods,” the convoy’s GoFundMe page states.
“We are a peaceful country that has helped protect nations across the globe from tyrannical governments who oppressed their people, and now it seems it is happening here.”
As of Jan. 15, the federal government required Canadian truckers to be fully vaccinated if they want to avoid a 14-day quarantine when they cross the border from the United States.And last Saturday the U.S. barred unvaccinated Canadian drivers from entering the country, mirroring Canada’s border filter for American truckers.
Labour Minister Seamus O’Regan has also announced that vaccination will become mandatory for workers in all federally regulated industries, though no timeline has been laid out.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance, which has condemned the convoy protest, says more than 85 per cent of the 120,000 Canadian truck drivers who regularly traverse the border are vaccinated, but that up to 16,000 may be sidelined due to the new restriction, exacerbating supply chain problems.
In a joint release Tuesday, the federal government and alliance president Stephen Laskowski acknowledged “unprecedented challenges” to a sector that ships the vast majority of food and consumer products, but stressed vaccination as the route to economic health.
“Vaccines, medications, personal protective equipment, food, and supplies continue to arrive where they need to be thanks to the efforts of our dedicated commercial truck drivers,“ said Laskowski, O’Regan, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra and Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough.
“The government of Canada and the Canadian Trucking Alliance both agree that vaccination, used in combination with preventive public health measures, is the most effective tool to reduce the risk of COVID-19 for Canadians, and to protect public health.“
The big-riggers are bound for a protest set for Saturday in Ottawa, where drivers from across the country are planning to converge.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 25, 2022.
Woman Confronts Justin Trudeau in Public Forum: “You Sold us Out to Globalism – What do we do with Traitors in Canada? We used to Hang them!”
You sold us out to globalism. You are not working for Canada. You are working for your globalist partners.
I wonder how much they are paying you to betray Canada?
What do we do with traitors in Canada Mr. Trudeau?
We used to hang them. Hang them for treason.
And you’re doing that very same thing to us now. We know what you’re doing.
@ThePrisoner Thank-you for bringing attention to Freedom Convoy 2022. It is a huge event!
You are welcome Nancy. Yes agreed its huge and has grassroots support.
Trudeau-Castro lying through his teeth...
"Media caught trying to downplay support for the freedom convoy ..."
To be expected.
The Trucker Convoy event is a life-changer. I hope the whole world is watching this event.
"Trudeau Runs From 100,000 Trucker Convoy" - I bet.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was isolating at home Thursday after being exposed to COVID-19 and some provinces were planning to revise some of their public health restrictions.
The prime minister said in a tweet that he learned about the exposure the night before after he had been at a news conference on Parliament Hill with three top ministers.
Trudeau's office said the exposure happened afterward and no staffer or minister in range of the prime minister was isolating.
Trudeau said the result of a rapid antigen test he took was negative, but he was following public health rules and isolating for five days. He said he would work from home during that stretch.
That means he will not be able to appear in person when the House of Commons returns Monday from its winter break.
Meanwhile, isolation rules are changing in Saskatchewan. The government said that starting Friday, close contacts of people who test positive will not be required to self-isolate.
The government said it is revising its public health order as it shifts to treating the COVID-19 Omicron variant like other common respiratory viruses such as influenza.
Dr. Saqib Shahab, the province's chief medical health officer, said Omicron is so transmissible that many people who have been able to dodge COVID-19 will get exposed.
"So many of us, on any given time, are notified as a close contact and it's really not feasible for us to isolate every time we're a close contact," he said Thursday.
The change will help children stay in school and workplaces to remain staffed, Shahab said.
All residents who get COVID-19, immunized or not, will need to self-isolate for five days. That eases a 10-day isolation requirement that had been in place for the unvaccinated.
Parents and caregivers will no longer be required to report positive cases to schools, but students are expected to stay home for their entire isolation period.
Ontario tweaked some of its reopening rules to allow snacks and drinks at cinemas, theatres, arenas and concerts when they reopen next week with capacity limits.
Initially, the plan was that food and beverages at those venues wouldn't be allowed until Feb. 21.
Premier Doug Ford announced last week that with public health indicators starting to show signs of improvement, restrictions would be eased in phases starting Monday.
Indoor social gathering limits are to increase to 10 from five and restaurants will be able to reopen their dining rooms at half capacity.
Some non-urgent surgeries are to resume as well.
Public health measures were also being loosened in New Brunswick. Starting Saturday, public venues will be able to operate at half capacity and indoor dining will be permitted at restaurants, also capped at 50 per cent, among other rules.
Premier Blaine Higgs said students are to return to in-person classes Monday. Over the last two weeks, 2,000 portable air filters were placed in 60 schools, he said.
Chief medical officer Dr. Jennifer Russell said the province feels confident moving back to less strict measures because residents held to the rules, which helped blunt the rise of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he wants to eliminate Alberta's COVID-19 vaccine passport program as soon as it's safe to do so. He said the government will move toward a widespread relaxation of public health measures once pressure on the health system and COVID-19 hospitalizations trend down.
Kenney said he is confident those changes could come by the end of March.
In Quebec, officials reported a significant drop in the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, but 56 new deaths were linked to the virus.
The Health Department said there were 3,153 patients in hospital and those in intensive care dropped to 235, which was 17 fewer than the day before.
The number of infected patients being admitted has dropped by almost one-quarter over the course of a week, said a report by a Quebec government health-care research institute.
The drop, based on data collected between Jan. 15 and 21, was observed in "all age groups and all regions," the report said.
Active cases of COVID-19 appeared to be peaking in First Nations communities, said Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu. The ministry reported 599 active infections across the country.
But booster rates are lagging behind the rest of the country. Fewer than 20 per cent of First Nations adults have received a third shot compared with 41 per cent in the general population.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 27, 2022.
It will be interesting to see what Trudeau does now, because it looks pretty much impossible or extremely unlikely, that he’ll come back from this.
Large swathes of the police force are on the side of the Truckers, allegedly (hopefully).