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Chaos expected on the road with anti-fax truck drivers

Chaos expected on the road with anti-fax truck drivers

Truck drivers want to disrupt or disrupt road traffic in Quebec to demonstrate their opposition to the now-mandatory vaccination in their profession.

Across the country, anti-Canadian truck drivers have decided to join a new pan-Canada movement called the 2022 Freedom Caravan. The drivers are set to travel from Quebec and across Canada to Ottawa on Jan. 28.

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Their goal? Denouncing the vaccination of truck drivers entering the country. Since last Saturday, these unvaccinated professionals must be checked at the border and quarantine respected.

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Kevin Bilodeau, a well-known conspirator in Quebec, gave his support to truck drivers this week.

Other road users are already at risk of experiencing an ordeal on January 28. The anti-vaccine protesters want to slow down as much as possible and thus cause chaos on the roads.

This Quebec national movement, which has already raised more than 460,000 dollars to organize this demonstration, will not surrender yesterday noon, thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.

Joanie B. Pelchat is seen as the person who represents and brings together the county’s truck drivers. In messages posted on social networks, it was reported that the departures for the January 28 convoy will take place at customs in Stansted, Lacolle and Saint Théophile.

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Let’s rally and take back our country! Strength is in unity,” writes without moderation MI Belchat at his Facebook event. “Wait, do your part for our freedom,” she adds.

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But the organizer was less expressive on the phone, with a representative magazine. She refused to answer our questions. “I’m very busy,” Joanie B. Pelchat reported, before hanging up.

Gofundme was launched by the movement.  Organizers had raised more than $460,000 on Wednesday afternoon.

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Gofundme was launched by the movement. Organizers had raised more than $460,000 on Wednesday afternoon.

Brigitte Belton, another organizer of this movement in the west of the country, quickly hung up the phone in turn when magazine He called her to ask her why she was using the hundreds of thousands of dollars raised.

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Brigitte Belton, who coordinates caravans from across Canada, brags about her trucking traffic in English in this video.

Demonstrations by truck drivers opposing compulsory vaccination have already begun. On Monday, dozens of trucks slowed traffic in Manitoba.

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Demonstration in Manitoba against compulsory vaccination of truck drivers in Canada. The event took place on Monday January 17, 2022.

When contacting the truckers’ caravan, the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) ensures that it is aware of this demonstration preparing in the province.

“We are attentive and monitoring this event coming to us. Our mission is to ensure peace, public safety and security on our roads,” said Sgt. Ann Mathew, a spokeswoman for SQ.

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MI Matthew also warns that anyone who voluntarily slows down traffic may commit an offense under the Highway Safety Act.

“They can even subject themselves to a criminal law charge, as the case may be. Everything is hypothetical for now because the event hasn’t happened yet,” concluded Ann Matthew.

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