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Edmundston, New Brunswick, Sets Off Fireworks in Support of Truck Drivers Protesting Vaccine Mandate

A convoy of truck drivers protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates for cross-border travel was greeted by supporters in Edmundston, New Brunswick, on the night of Thursday, January 27, as it drove toward Ottawa. Footage filmed by local resident Chantal Martin shows crowds cheering on the drivers as fireworks were set off in the distance. Crowds were seen in Ottawa on Friday ahead of the demonstration that was scheduled to take place at Parliament Hill on Saturday and Sunday, according to the Ottawa Police. The convoy was expected to reach the capital city on Saturday, local media reported. Credit: Chantal Martin via Storyful

A convoy of truck drivers protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates for cross-border travel was greeted by supporters in Edmundston, New Brunswick, on the night of Thursday, January 27, as it drove toward Ottawa. Footage filmed by local resident Chantal Martin shows crowds cheering on the drivers as fireworks were set off in the distance. Crowds were seen in Ottawa on Friday ahead of the demonstration that was scheduled to take place at Parliament Hill on Saturday and Sunday, according to the Ottawa Police. The convoy was expected to reach the capital city on Saturday, local media reported. Credit: Chantal Martin via Storyful

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