Kim Ayotte, who works as the general manager of emergency and protective services for the city of Ottawa, insisted that while the protesters did not need a permit, those 'dancing' in the streets did need a permit.
'We believe 10 to 15 percent of Canadians are consuming far-right content and believe in one or more far-right conspiracy theories,' the so-called Canadian Anti-Hate Network wrote in a submission to Canada’s House of Commons finance committee.
The silence from Pierre Poilievre and his Conservative MPs comes despite the fact that grassroots members voted in favor of 13 pro-family resolutions at the party's national convention earlier this month.
'Canadians would like to understand whether the Charter’s protections can be easily cast aside during a pandemic, while non-Charter-protected activities with an economic interest remain open and operational,' lawyer Allison Pejovic stated.
Kim Ayotte, who works as the general manager of emergency and protective services for the city of Ottawa, said at the trial for Freedom Convoy leaders Tamara Lich and Chris Barber that his 'observations of the convoy were limited to his office window and occasional walks.'