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Justin Trudeau says he’s in isolation with COVID days after skipping Ottawa for a secret location

Justin Trudeau introduced Monday that he has examined constructive for COVID-19, after fleeing his hometown of Ottawa over the weekend as 1000’s of truckers descended on the Canadian capital to protest the nation’s vaccine mandate and COVID lockdowns. 

‘This morning, I examined constructive for COVID-19,’ the Canadian Prime Minister wrote on social media Monday.

‘I’m feeling fantastic – and I’ll proceed to work remotely this week whereas following public well being tips. Everyone, please get vaccinated and get boosted.’ 

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced Monday that he has examined constructive for COVID-19

Trudeau, 50, who’s vaccinated, is at the moment self-isolating at an undisclosed location after fleeing with his household from their residence in the Canadian metropolis as protesters convened, a 4 full days after the politician came upon he had been uncovered to the virus. 

The vaccinated politico, 50, didn’t disclose whether or not or not it was a speedy or PCR take a look at that garnered the constructive end result, and has not but up to date the general public as to his location

‘Last evening, I realized that I’ve been uncovered to COVID-19,’ Trudeau wrote on Twitter Thursday morning.

‘My speedy take a look at end result was detrimental. I’m following @OttawaHealth guidelines and isolating for 5 days. I really feel fantastic and can be working from residence. Stay secure, everybody – and please get vaccinated.’

The progressive prime minister offered no particulars on when or how he was uncovered to the virus on the time, and his office has since not commented additional on his constructive take a look at, which he stated got here early Monday morning.

The politico additionally didn’t disclose whether or not or not it was a speedy or PCR take a look at that garnered the constructive end result, and has not but up to date the general public as to his location.

Trudeau’s revelation comes after a ‘Freedom Convoy’ of vans – joined by 1000’s of demonstrators – introduced Ottawa to a digital standstill for a second day on Sunday, as they protested the prime minister’s vaccine mandates, forcing the prime minister to flee the town with his household as a result of ‘safety issues.’

The determination to maneuver the prime minister Saturday got here after the sergeant-at-arms of the Canadian Parliament warned that protesters would possibly present up on the properties of politicians, CBC reported. 

Nathan (Jacko) Jack waves flags in entrance of vans which are parked in entrance of Parliament Hill at a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Monday

A person who eliminated the tires from his pickup truck stands in entrance of Parliament Hill throughout the protest on Monday

Parliamentary Protective Service officers have been compelled to don headsets for listening to safety throughout vaccine mandate protests Monday, in opposition to the blaring horns of 1000’s of vans taking part in the cross-country convoy

Trucks taking part in the ‘Freedom Convoy’ protest in opposition to Trudeau’s vaccine mandates carry lots of of 1000’s of {dollars} value of products meant to be transported all through the nation and to the US. Participating vans have been there, parked, for days – many since Saturday

The truckers say there isn’t any ‘finish date’ in sight and plan to remain in the capital ‘for so long as it takes’ and till the Canadian authorities flips and withdraws its coverage on vaccine mandates

Vehicles displaying protest indicators are seen outdoors Parliament Hill, as demonstrations by truckers and their supporters in opposition to COVID vaccine mandates proceed in Ottawa

The protesting truckers say there isn’t any ‘finish date’ in sight and plan to remain in the capital ‘for so long as it takes’ and till the Canadian authorities flips and withdraws its coverage on vaccine mandates.

The chaos clogged the capital’s downtown close to parliament all through the weekend and introduced criticism from officers, together with Ottawa’s mayor who stated residents have been ‘prisoners in their very own residence.’

But the demonstrators say they intend to remain and that their goal is to ‘create chaos’ and a ‘logistics nightmare’ for Trudeau’s authorities.

‘Right now, yeah, it is actually chilly, however we dangle in there, the days are going to get longer and we take this block get together and put it into overdrive,’ BJ Dichter, one of many organizers of the Freedom Convoy, stated at a press convention. ‘We’re in this one for the lengthy haul. We do not have a time restrict.’ 

An individual holds their hand to their coronary heart throughout a singing of O Canada throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Parliament Hill, which started as a cross-country convoy protesting a federal vaccine mandate for truckers

Vehicles from the protest convoy are parked blocking lanes on a highway, onS unday in Ottawa

Trucks taking part in a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions, which started as a cross-country convoy protesting a federal vaccine mandate for truckers, are parked alongside Queen Elizabeth Drive in Ottawa

A masks carrying a hat is seen on the passenger seat of a truck parked on Elgin Street throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Parliament Hill

A police mounted unit makes their approach alongside Queen Street, closed to site visitors, as a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions continues

Trucks are parked on Metcalfe Street. Residents of the nationwide capital are once more being instructed to keep away from touring downtown as a convoy of vans and automobiles snarl site visitors

The boisterous protests are actually threatening to interrupt business on Monday, with authorities stating that City Hall will stay closed, site visitors can be disrupted and another providers stalled.

Canada’s House of Commons plans to be at work on Monday. 

‘The House will reconvene at 11am tomorrow, as deliberate, in accordance with the Standing Orders,’ the Speaker’s office confirmed on Sunday evening.

No remark has been made on what safety preparations can be in place with 1000’s of protesters nonetheless on scene. 

‘This afternoon, a massive presence of police continues all through the downtown core and the motion of protestors and vans continues to be managed,’ the Ottawa police stated in a assertion.

‘These high-risk conditions have been de-escalated and resolved with no arrests,’ the authorities stated, including that ‘police resources are absolutely stretched’ in dealing with the obstruction, which appeared to contain lots of of vans.

A blow up doll inscribed with the title of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is affixed to the gates of Parliament Hill throughout a rally 

Trucks are parked alongside the sidewalk and on Wellington Street outdoors the Office of the Prime Minister and Privy Council

People climb the fencing alongside Parliament Hill for a higher view as Parliamentary Protective Service officers look on

A snowplow is parked throughout Elgin Street as police limit extra metropolis streets on the second official day of a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Parliament Hill

Trucks are parked on Metcalfe Street with the truckers vowing to remain in the capital for ‘so long as it takes’ 

The protest originated final week in western Canada, the place dozens of truckers organized a convoy to drive from Vancouver to the Canadian capital to display in opposition to Covid-related restrictions, notably a current vaccination requirement for truck drivers crossing the lengthy US-Canada border.

Multiple convoys started arriving in Ottawa on Friday, and have been joined by 1000’s of different anti-vaccination protesters.

In solidarity with the convergence on Ottawa, truckers on Sunday staged what police described as a ‘full blockage’ of Highway 4 in Canada’s western Alberta province alongside the US border. The highway is a main artery for industrial items between the nations.

‘As of proper now… the port of entry stays open technically talking, nevertheless no one would be capable to get to them besides on foot,’ Curtis Peters, a spokesman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Alberta stated, noting that some 100 vans have been blocking the roadway.

In Ottawa, the desecration of a struggle memorial and harassment of some metropolis officers and NGO volunteers sparked an indignant response, and the police stated that they had launched ‘a number of investigations.’

An individual leads a group in the saying of the Rosary throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Parliament Hill

Toronto Police Public Order officers and paramedics stand close to Parliament Hill throughout a rally

People encompass the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the National War Memorial throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions

Toronto Police Public Order officers work on the grounds of the National War Memorial throughout the rally

‘I’m sickened to see protesters dance on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and desecrate the National War Memorial,’ Wayne Eyre, chief of the nation’s Defense Staff, stated on Twitter.

‘Those concerned ought to dangle their heads in disgrace.’

Barricades have been put in on Sunday to dam car entry to the realm across the struggle memorial, after a number of illegally parked automobiles have been towed away.

And a corporation advocating for the homeless, Shepherds of Good Hope, stated its employees had been ‘harassed’ by protesters demanding meals on a notably chilly weekend.

It stated it had briefly given free meals to some demonstrators in an effort to defuse tensions, however added, ‘This weekend’s occasions have precipitated vital pressure to our operations at an already troublesome time.’

With protesters gathering, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his household have been moved Saturday to an undisclosed location in Ottawa, Canadian media reported.

Two vans idle alongside Queen Elizabeth Drive Trucks as one other passes, at a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions

A Toronto Police officer retains watch as a particular person screams at a journalist doing a tv report at a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions

A hearth in a can is seen behind a pickup truck parked outdoors the Office of the Prime Minister and Privy Council

Flowers are laid on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the National War Memorial a day after a particular person was seen dancing on the Tomb throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions 

People maintain indicators throughout a singing of O Canada throughout a rally in opposition to COVID-19 restrictions on Parliament Hill 

Food provisions are seen on the again of a flatbed truck parked on Metcalfe Street in the capital

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson fumed over what he known as ‘threatening’ conduct by among the protesters, notably in opposition to the media.

‘Stop the bully techniques and present some respect to fellow Canadians,’ he stated on Twitter.

Later, in an interview with the CBC, Watson stated it was time for protesters to ‘transfer on’ so Ottawa can return to regular.

‘Quite frankly, residents really feel they’re prisoners in their very own residence,’ he stated.

Protesters sparked fury by dancing on Saturday on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa

Earlier in the weekend, former President Donald Trump gave vocal help for the Canadian truck drivers telling a rally in Texas that he was with the drivers ‘all the best way’.

Trump praised the convoy contributors for ‘doing extra to defend American freedom than our personal leaders by far.’

‘We need these nice Canadian truckers to know that we’re with all of them the best way,’ he instructed a crowd of supporters in Conroe, 40 miles north of Houston. 

Trump additionally slammed President Joe Biden for his administration’s vaccine mandates affecting federal contractors, massive companies, well being employees and the army. 

Last week, Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr had additionally expressed help for the convoy, saying: ‘We have to see extra of this right here in the U.S.’ 

Donald Trump backed the Canadian drivers, and likewise pledged to pardon his supporters who have been convicted in connection to the Capitol riot whereas but once more teasing a attainable 2024 bid

Protesters are seen in Ottawa on Sunday demanding an finish to vaccine mandates

The convoy of parked automobiles will be seen stretching past Ottawa metropolis limits on Sunday

On Friday, police in Nova Scotia introduced there could be fines of as much as $10,000 CA ($7,800) for anybody blocking the freeway, as extra truckers converged on Ottawa from throughout the nation. 

Ottawa police on Sunday confirmed that they had opened an investigation after among the protesters have been filmed dancing and consuming on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Some experiences urged folks had urinated on the memorial. Vehicles have been parked on the Cenotaph, in what police stated was a signal of disrespect. 

A statue of Terry Fox, a Canadian athlete and most cancers analysis activist, was adorned with a placard in opposition to mandates, sparking widespread revulsion.

‘The Terry Fox Foundation is proud to proceed Terry’s mission of funding most cancers analysis. Terry believed in science and gave his life to assist others,’ the Terry Fox Foundation stated, in feedback retweeted by Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister.  

Protesters sparked fury by dancing on Saturday on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa

Ottawa residents have been angered by among the protesters flying swastika flags on Saturday

Trudeau (pictured) stated Friday that the truckers’ views – which he described as anti-science, anti-government and anti-society – posed a danger not solely to themselves however to different Canadians as effectively

Ottawa police stated no arrests have been made throughout Saturday’s protests, regardless of ‘a number of challenges with demonstrators, together with sporadic highway blockages by vans, which officers labored to clear.’

They added: ‘These high-risk conditions have been de-escalated and resolved with no arrests.’

The police additionally requested folks to make experiences, quite than flagging social media to them. 

‘Several legal investigations are underway in relation to the desecration of the National War Memorial/Terry Fox statue, threatening/unlawful/intimidating conduct to police/metropolis employees and different people and injury to a metropolis car,’ the police tweeted. 

‘Illegal conduct won’t be tolerated and can be absolutely investigated.

‘We have investigative and evidence-gathering groups in place to help the administration of the demonstration.’  

The protest has been condemned by the Canadian Trucking Alliance, a main trade group.

They stated the overwhelming majority of the nation’s truck drivers are vaccinated, with officers saying over 80 p.c are inoculated. 

It has ‘strongly disapproved’ of the gathering in Ottawa.

Nationwide, 90 p.c of Canadians are vaccinated. 

The truckers are protesting a vaccine mandate for their trade introduced in on January 15, which signifies that unvaccinated Canadian drivers returning to their homeland should take a COVID take a look at earlier than crossing the US-Canada border, and quarantine on arrival.

Unvaccinated Canadian drivers can’t now enter the United States, and unvaccinated American drivers can’t enter Canada, after earlier exemptions expired.

Hundreds of truckers have pushed their large rigs into Ottawa as a part of a self-titled ‘Freedom Convoy’. 

Trudeau known as the truckers headed for the town a ‘small fringe minority’ earlier than the convoy of lots of of automobiles grew as much as 45 miles lengthy, because it made its solution to the capital. 

The motion obtained an endorsement on Thursday from Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk, who tweeted, ‘Canadian truckers rule’. 

The motion has grow to be a trigger celebre for many on the appropriate of politics in the United States.

But Catherine McKenney, a councillor representing Ottawa, stated that her constituents needed the truckers to depart. 

‘Centretown residents have had sufficient. All-night honking; music; swastikas; public urination & defecation. 

‘I’ve requested @OttawaPolice take away protestors from the QED & out of all residential areas. Residents deserve peace and reduction from these disgusting acts. #OttNews’ 

A protester on Saturday is seen in the Canadian capital, Ottawa

Flying the Canadian flag, waving banners demanding ‘Freedom’ and chanting slogans in opposition to Trudeau, the truckers have been joined by 1000’s of different protesters angered not solely by COVID-19 restrictions however by broader discontent with the federal government.

There was an infinite clamor as lots of of massive vans, their engines rumbling, sounded their air horns continuous.

Closer to Parliament, households calmly marched on a bitterly chilly day, whereas younger folks chanted and older folks in the gang banged pots and pans in protest beneath Trudeau’s office home windows.  

‘I would like all of it to cease – these measures are unjustified,’ stated one demonstrator, 31-year-old businessman Philippe Castonguay, outdoors the Parliament constructing.

He had pushed seven hours from northern Quebec province to make his emotions recognized.

‘The vaccination necessities are taking us towards a new society we by no means voted for,’ he stated. 

Trudeau stated Friday that the truckers’ views – which he described as anti-science, anti-government and anti-society – posed a danger not solely to themselves however to different Canadians as effectively.   

Hundreds of truckers drove their large rigs into the Canadian capital Ottawa on Saturday as a part of a self-titled ‘Freedom Convoy’ which began as a protest in opposition to vaccine mandates required to cross the US border

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his household have left their residence in the nationwide’s capital Ottawa for a secret location as as much as 50,000 truckers collect to protest in opposition to the nation’s vaccine mandate and Covid lockdowns

Days earlier, he had known as the truckers headed for the town a ‘small fringe minority’ earlier than the convoy of lots of of automobiles grew as much as 45 miles lengthy because it made its solution to the capital .

The motion obtained an endorsement Thursday from Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk , who tweeted, ‘Canadian truckers rule’ and the motion has grow to be a trigger celebre for many on the appropriate in the United States

Flying the Canadian flag, waving banners demanding ‘Freedom’ and chanting slogans in opposition to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the truckers have been joined by 1000’s of different protesters angered not solely by COVID-19 restrictions however by broader discontent with the federal government

There was an infinite clamor as lots of of massive vans, their engines rumbling, sounded their air horns continuous

Closer to Parliament, households calmly marched on a bitterly chilly day, whereas younger folks chanted and older folks in the gang banged pots and pans in protest beneath Trudeau’s office home windows

Canadian media stated the prime minister and his household had been escorted out of their residence and brought to a secret location in the capital, with a lot of the protesters’ wrath directed at Trudeau

Satellite photographs present lots of of truckers gathered to protest in opposition to the nation’s vaccine mandate and Covid lockdowns

Police stated they have been anticipating eight convoys, totaling a number of thousand automobiles, and maybe 10,000 demonstrators. 

Stephen Penderness, an unvaccinated 28-year-old trucker from Ontario, stated he was protesting for all Canadians, not simply his fellow drivers.

‘It’s truly for each single particular person… all people on the highway,’ he stated. ‘It’s all about your free alternative.’

Quebec resident Louise agreed. 

‘We should not be compelled to get vaccinated, whatever the vaccine.’

She stated vaccine passports ‘signify an intrusion in our personal lives.’

There was a robust police presence across the federal capital, amid fears the protest might flip violent.

Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly described the state of affairs as ‘distinctive, fluid, dangerous and vital.’

‘Let me be very clear,’ he instructed reporters on Friday, ‘we’re ready to research, arrest if mandatory, cost and prosecute anybody who acts violently or breaks the regulation.’

He urged native residents to remain off the roads.

The zone across the Parliament was closed for the weekend. 

While their vans have been parked in entrance of the parliamentary buildings, protestors marched carrying copies of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, whereas others carried indicators studying ‘God maintain our land superb and free,’ ‘Make Canada nice once more,’ and ‘we’re right here for our freedom,’ the Toronto Sun reported.   

Ottawa Police have been on the scene warning truckers that any automobiles blocking emergency lanes or different places that should be stored clear for public security causes could be towed.  

On Saturday morning demonstrators marched up and down the streets in entrance Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office waving the Canadian flag in protest of the vaccine mandate for Canadian truckers crossing the united statesborder

Trucks sit parked on Wellington Street close to the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa as truckers and their supporters participate in a convoy to protest vaccine mandates on Saturday

Hundreds of truckers drove their large rigs into the Canadian capital Ottawa on Saturday as a part of a self-titled ‘Freedom Convoy’ to protest vaccine mandates required to cross the US border

A person carried a US Confederate flag with a semi-truck throughout the Freedom Convoy protesting Covid-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions in entrance of Parliament on Saturday

A protestor carried a ‘United Against Tyranny’ signal throughout Saturday’s protest in opposition to vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers in Ottawa

A protestor carries a lower out of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau who has dismissed the protest from the truckers as a disgruntled few, mentioning that just about 90 p.c of his nation is vaccinated

Supporters of the Freedom Convoy protest in entrance of Parliament in Ottawa on Saturday. One protestor proudly wave a ‘F**ok Trudeau’ flag  

A protestor on the Freedom Convoy protest in entrance of Parliament wears a ‘Freedom’ hat as she joins 1000’s of Canadian truckers in opposition to the Covid-19 vaccine mandate

On Saturday morning demonstrators marched up and down the streets in entrance Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office waving flags- together with the Canadian flag marked with the phrase ‘Liberte’ 

Protesters write in the snow as lots of of truckers drive their large rigs into the Canadian capital of Ottawa 

At the protest was Tom Pappin, 53, who got here from simply outdoors Ottawa. 

‘I can journey freely by means of the border, and never be in contact with anybody. Yet I’m locked into my very own nation proper now,’ he stated. 

‘I can not go on a vacation. I can not go to a restaurant, I can not go bowling. I can not go to a film. You know, these are issues that it is simply gotten uncontrolled.’ 

Pappin instructed the Toronto Sun that attendees are prone to keep parked by Parliament till vaccine mandates are lifted.

Other protestors have been extra practical about what the protest would accomplish.   

‘It’s a good thought, however I do not assume something will occur instantly,’ Phil Powers, a truck driver from Oshawa, Ontario instructed the Toronto Sun.  

‘This is the Canadian area to have the controversy, in order that’s why we’re right here.’ 

Truckers from the US – who’re solely allowed into Canada if they’re vaccinated – have additionally joined the huge convoy.  

Hundreds of Canadians have lined the TransCanada Highway 20 to cheer on a 45-mile-long convoy of as much as 50,000 truckers who’re heading to Ottawa to protest the federal government’s covid vaccine mandate for drivers crossing the US-Canada border

The convoy assembled in British Columbia on Sunday, and are seen on January 28 being cheered on in Levis, Quebec by supporters

50,000 truckers are making their approach throughout Canada in a 45-mile-long convoy in protest of vaccine mandates that now prohibit truckers from crossing the US-Canadian border with out proof of vaccination

Canadians standing on an overpass in Kingston, Ontario cheer the truck drivers on. One pickup truck is seen pulling a trailer with a signal saying: ‘Freedom would not require permission’

A driver will get his pickup truck, with a signal saying ‘Oh Canada we stand on guard for thee Freedom’, prepared for the convoy line in Kingston, Ontario on Friday

50,000 truckers are making their approach throughout Canada in a 45-mile-long convoy in protest of vaccine mandates that may prohibit truckers from crossing the US-Canadian border with out proof of vaccination

Canadians collect on a bridge over Highway 400 in Vaughan, Ontario, to help the Freedom Convoy

Pickup vans with Canadian flags and ‘freedom’ indicators prepare to affix the convoy in Kingston on Friday

 Truckers left from British Columbia on Sunday and can be met in the nation’s capital on Saturday by different protesters driving from the east and the south of the nation. The convoy has been joined by US truckers

The Toronto Sun estimated that as much as 50,000 vans might be taking part – this convoy might exceed the prevailing file for the world’s longest by 10 instances if it stays intact till its supposed vacation spot

‘It’s 70 kilometers lengthy,’ Benjamin Dichter, a spokesman for the Freedom Convoy 2022, instructed the Toronto Sun. ‘I’ve seen footage from an airplane. It’s spectacular’

In a checklist of calls for, the organizers of the Freedom Convoy are calling for an finish to vaccine passports and for the federal authorities to respect the rights of the unvaccinated

Hutterites have proven out in numbers not simply greet the truckers with indicators as they drive by, however to maintain them fed

The longest convoy in historical past was simply 5 miles lengthy, consisted of 480 vans, and happened in Egypt in 2020, in line with the Guinness Book of World Records.   

In a checklist of calls for, the organizers of the Freedom Convoy are calling for an finish to vaccine passports and for the federal authorities to respect the rights of the unvaccinated.  

Trudeau hit the brakes on their calls for. 

‘What we’re listening to from some folks related with this convoy is totally unacceptable,’ he stated.

‘We understand how by means of this pandemic is to get everybody vaccinated. 

‘The overwhelming majority, near 90 p.c of Canadians, have executed precisely that.’ 

But supporters of the convoy disagree, with one driver saying that ‘the quantity of vans concerned and the quantity of individuals exhibiting up right here, this reveals the frustrations of Canadians and it is going to proceed to develop.’   

 ‘Lots of people try to say that these sort of issues are executed out of anger, however that is truly being executed out of frustration in direction of the issues the federal government is imposing upon Canadian residents,’ a man named Trevor instructed Global News when the convoy handed by means of the Balgonie space, declining to offer his surname

The Freedom Convoy left from Vancouver to Ottawa on Sunday in protest. They intend to carry a protest in Ottawa upon arriving on January 29

A GoFundMe initiative has already raised $6,365,040 in direction of the protest because it was launched on January 14, with organizers saying that the money will go towards the gasoline, meals and shelter of the taking part truckers

Canada has enacted among the most strict COVID-19 protocols worldwide. 

Ontario will solely closed its eating places, gyms and film theaters early this month, and can solely reopen them at the start of February. 

Vaccinations have been mandated in for federal employees final year, and the premier of Quebec introduced plans to penalize unvaccinated residents that do not have a medical cause to not get the shot.  

On Thursday evening, Elon Musk tweeted: ‘If you scare folks sufficient, they are going to demand elimination of freedom. This is the trail to tyranny’

He additionally praised the protesters, tweeting on Thursday that ‘Canadian truckers rule’

Musk acknowledged in September of 2020 that he and his household wouldn’t be getting vaccinated as a result of they don’t seem to be in danger, and stated he probably had a delicate case of the virus in November

The Freedom Convoy left from Vancouver to Ottawa on Sunday in protest. They intend to carry a protest in Ottawa upon arriving on January 29

Canada has enacted among the most strict COVID-19 protocols worldwide. Ontario will solely closed its eating places, gyms and film theaters early this month, and can solely reopen them at the start of February