Canada Day Caravan | Pierre Boulevard distances himself from the caravan, but not from his cause

(Ottawa) The team of Conservative Party candidate Pierre Boliever has denied that it has spoken with organizers of a new caravan that could land on the streets of Ottawa, this time on Canada Day.

Posted at 4:57 pm.

Melanie Marquez

Melanie Marquez
Journalism

After the “Freedom Caravan” in February, “Rolling Thunder” in May, “Canada Day Caravan” on 1Verse next July? One thing is for sure, rumors about a new “for freedom” rally and against Justin Trudeau’s government are rife.

BREAKING NEWS: We have just cut off contact with Pierre Boliever and his team. He plans to meet us in Ottawa on 1Verse July. Poilievre says he supports us 100%,” he wrote in the evening from Monday to Tuesday on the Twitter account called “Canada Day Convoy,” which was created a few days ago.

A page has also been set up on Gab, a social network frequented by far-right sympathizers.

As Pierre Boliever’s team distanced itself from her, he reaffirmed the positions of the leadership candidate, who gave its full support to the “caravan of freedom” that occupied the streets of the capital for more than three weeks, last winter.

“I encourage everyone to continue demonstrating against the government’s assaults on our liberties,” the Ottawa region MP said in a statement sent by his press secretary, describing vaccination requirements as “unfair and unscientific intimidation.”

The spokesman said that “nobody” from the Boliver camp “has spoken to the organizers” of this group. However, the main interested party continues to stand behind “all Canadians who peacefully defend their rights by demonstrating against the liberal government’s vengeance for a vaccine”.

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and 1Verse July, he will be on his trip to Carlton as he used to have, as shown, his Annex.

Canada Day Convoy did not respond to an email I sent JournalismTuesday.

Ottawa police lookout

Ottawa police have already warned that they do not intend to play in the same movie as last winter. “We will not allow a repetition of the conditions that culminated in the illegal protests last February,” the organization posted on Twitter last Friday.

The police force added, “We will maintain an approach prohibiting protests in vehicles in and around places of national importance,” noting that its plan will take into account “lessons learned in light of illegal protests as well as the ‘Rowling Thunder’ plan.”

The section of Wellington Street once occupied by heavy goods vehicles has been closed to traffic since a major police operation that freed downtown streets.

This year, Canada Day celebrations will be held at Liberton Flats due to construction work on Parliament House.

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