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Canada's Parliament SUSPENDS debate on Trudeau's Emergency Act over fears for MPs' safety as hundreds of police descend on Freedom Convoy in capital city's 'no-go' zone


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The Daily Mail

Keith Griffith

18 February 2022

  • MPs were told on Thurday night that due to the 'exceptional circumstances' of police operation in Ottawa, Parliament would be suspended
  • Using Trudeau's Emergency Act, police created a 'no-go' zone around Parliament and MPs were told to avoid the area for their own safety
  • Trudeau continues to face tough opposition in Parliament as he battles to maintain his emergency powers in a crackdown on Freedom Convoy protesters
  • On Thursday, legislation upholding Trudeau's declaration under the Emergencies Act was presented in Parliament, where Conservative and Bloc Québécois MPs voiced fierce opposition 
  • The initial schedule called for debate through the weekend on the motion to confirm Trudeau's emergency powers, followed by a vote on Monday nigh 

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Feb. 18 2022

MP Andrew Scheer - Parliament is suspended! Before MPs even finish debating Trudeau’s massive power grab, the House of Commons gets shut down.

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Ottawa's police chief says criminal investigations into 'Freedom Convoy' occupation will continue for months

Josh Pringle CTV News Ottawa Digital Multi-Skilled Journalist

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Ottawa's interim police chief says the investigation into the three-week occupation of downtown Ottawa will continue for "months to come."

On Saturday, police cleared Wellington Street in front of Parliament Hill of protesters for the first time since the demonstration began on Jan. 28. As officers began moving into the downtown core on Friday, several vehicles left Wellington Street, Kent Street and other jurisdictions.

Interim chief Steve Bell says the investigation will not end when the demonstrators leave the streets of Ottawa.

"If you are involved in this protest, we will actively look to identify you and follow up with financial sanctions and criminal charges," Bell said.

"This investigation will go on for months to come; it has many, many different streams both from a federal financial level, from a provincial licensing level, from a Criminal Code level, from a municipal breach of court order, breach of court injunction level."

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Next step Reeducation Camps.

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Feb. 19 2022

A message in song and verse to our Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Composition: Jordan B Peterson and Skutch Tully

Lyrics: Jordan B Peterson

Images and Illustrations: Juliette Fogra

Voices: Sonia Tully, Tammy Peterson, Skutch Tully, Sonia Tully

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Rebel News

Rebel News journalist Alexa Lavoie attacked by Ottawa police

Feb. 19 2022

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1. I just spoke with Alexa Lavoie, our brave reporter who was just assaulted by Trudeau's police. She tells me a cop hit her three times with a club and then shot a tear gas canister at her leg from point-blank range. Trudeau has instructed his police to attack journalists.
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Analysis

 

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"I was always willing to be reasonable until I had to be unreasonable. Sometimes reasonable men must do unreasonable things.”

Marvin killdozer Heemeyer

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BREAKING: Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich denied bail

Lich was denied jail because, in part, the judge believed that there was a risk that she would continue criminal actions.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC

February 22, 2022 8:45 AM

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Freedom Convoy leader and organizer Tamara Lich was denied bail by an Ottawa judge this morning. According to Marieke Walsh of The Globe and Mail and David Akin of Global News, Lich wanted to be released on $5,000.

Lich was denied jail because, in part, the judge believed that there was a risk that she would continue criminal actions.

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Democrats overwhelmingly approve of Trudeau's crackdown on freedom protestors, freezing of bank accounts: Poll

Looking at Democrat likely voters alone, 65 percent said they favored Trudeau’s crackdown on the protestors, and 17 percent said they disapproved.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

February 22, 2022

A recent poll has revealed that a majority of American Democrats approve of the Canadian Prime Minister's crackdown on the freedom protestors in Ottawa after he invoked the Emergencies Act early last week.

In a poll conducted by the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States Action obtained by The Daily Wire, it revealed that 55 percent of likely general election voters overall disapprove of Trudeau's handling of the protestors in Ottawa and beyond.

35 percent overall approved of Trudeau’s crackdown, while 10 percent said they were unaware of what's happening to the US' northern neighbor.

Looking at Democrat likely voters alone, 65 percent said they favored Trudeau’s crackdown on the protestors, and 17 percent said they disapproved.

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