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2022-01-15 10:55:53

Convoy organizer Pat King gives update on ‘Freedom Convoy’ plans

2022-01-18 13:10:41

Convoy organizers share itinerary

Benita Pedersen of AllFiredUpForFreedom.com interviews convoy organizers Pat King, James Bauder, Brigitte Belton, Chris Barber, and Colin Valentin. James Bauder and Pat King shared detailed travel routes and points of contact for ‘Freedom Convoy/ Operation Bearhug 2.0’. In the second clip, James Bauder recounts the first ‘Operation Bearhug’ which took place from December 5 to 10, 2021. In the third clip, Pat King identifies groups from Québec that will join the convoy in Ottawa and says “we’ll shut down Ottawa”.

2022-01-23 09:13:02

'Freedom convoy' leaves Metro Vancouver for Ottawa

2022-01-24 14:41:26

Convoy leaves Calgary for Ottawa

2022-01-25 23:02:40

Convoy rolls through Manitoba

According to the Regina Police Service, an estimated 1,200 semi-trucks were seen driving through the Saskatchewan capital. Trucks arrived in Headingley, Man., around 2:30 p.m., before leaving for the south Perimeter Highway an hour later.

2022-01-26 08:01:28

Convoy reaches Ontario

Kenora served as an overnight spot for the convoy on their way to their January 29, 2022, date with the federal government in Ottawa. It is scheduled they will depart Kenora at around 9:00 a.m. Wednesday and will be in Thunder Bay tomorrow afternoon at around 4:00 p.m. Leaders of the convoy say they’re also protesting vaccination mandates for workers across the country, government restrictions and lockdowns, vaccination passes, and the ‘division of Canadian society.’

2022-01-26 12:32:48

Far-right groups hope trucker convoy will be Canada’s Jan. 6 insurrection

2022-01-27 08:18:12

Convoy arrives in Sault Ste Marie

The convoy is expected to depart Sault Ste. Marie early Friday morning on its way to Ottawa.

2022-01-27 10:46:09

Convoy leaves Nova Scotia for Ottawa

There were few trucks present but around 250 people turned up before dawn in Enfield, N.S., to see off an Ottawa-bound convoy protesting COVID-19 public health mandates. Another convoy of trucks and other vehicles has also been been heading to Ottawa from western Canada and is expected to arrive in the capital this weekend, part of a protest against a federal vaccine mandate for truck drivers.

2022-01-27 10:46:34

The ‘Freedom Convoy’ is nothing but a vehicle for the far right

According to the the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, its two GoFundMe organizers are previously known figures in Canada’s far-right ecosystem and have publicly made Islamophobic comments. Its loudest promoter, Pat King, is a racist who has tried to incite his audience to violence more times than you can count. Some convoy supporters, like the Diagolon network, are even saying that they want this to be Canada’s very own January 6th, referring to the attempted insurrection in Washington, DC that led to multiple deaths and widespread arrests. Diagolon is an accelerationist movement, which means they believe a revolution is inevitable and necessary to collapse the current system. It’s also rife with neo-Nazis.

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