Large-scale protests broke out in Ottawa following the vaccine mandate for cross-border truckers announced by the Canadian government.
Earlier, Prime Minister Trudeau said a “small, fringe minority” was on their way to Ottawa. They “hold unacceptable views” and are undermining the rights, freedoms, and values of Canada.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family have now reportedly left their home and shifted to a secret location after protests opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates converged on Parliament Hill.
Thousands of truckers and protesters reached the Capital city on Saturday, calling for an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other public health restrictions.
Among the protestors were some people with kids, elderly and even disabled people who carried aggressive signs directed mostly at the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau.
The cops are on high alert for possible violence after hundreds of protestors flooded the parliament despite several warnings. Some protestors even dance on the tomb of an unknown soldier ‘desecrating’ the National War Memorial, General Wayne Eyre said on Twitter.
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