'Freedom Convoy' of Canadian Truckers Reaches Ottawa to Protest Against COVID Regulations

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Looks like traditionally polite and patient Canadians are tired of the pandemic restrictions, so people are now putting on a big show to demonstrate they are done.
An immense number of trucks, which previously forced Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to leave his home in Ottawa, has formed an immense "freedom convoy". According to the event's organisers, there are up to 50,000 vehicles forming a 70-kilometre-long column to the capital. A similar event for those who were not able to drive to Ottawa is being held in Vancouver, British Columbia.
© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to the nation's capital in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to the nation's capital in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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People gather to support truck drivers on their way to the nation's capital in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

A supporter gives a case of bottled water to a driver gathering to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

A supporter gives a case of bottled water to a driver gathering to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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A supporter gives a case of bottled water to a driver gathering to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa in protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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Supporters of truckers gather in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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People gather to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest against coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 27 January 2022.

© REUTERS / Carlos Osorio

Supporters of truckers gather on a highway overpass in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

Supporters of truckers gather on a highway overpass in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022. - Sputnik International
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Supporters of truckers gather on a highway overpass in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to support truck drivers on their way to Ottawa to protest coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers on 27 January 2022.

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