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As anti-vaccine protests heat up in Canada, PM Justin Trudeau and family relocated to ‘secret location : Report

Thousands of people assembled on Parliament Hill in Ontario, Canada, to demand an end to Covid-19 vaccination requirements and other public health restrictions.

According to CBC News, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family have been relocated to a secret location due to security concerns.

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Protesters, largely truck drivers, were joined on foot by demonstrations from practically every part of the nation. According to CBC News, they all descended to the legislative area on Saturday to protest public health measures in the aftermath of the Covid-19 outbreak.

PM JUSTIN TRUDEAU, FAMILY MOVED FOR SECURITY REASONS

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Even though the organisers have urged the gathering to stay calm, the police are on high alert for any violence.

The Prime Minister and his family have left their house in Rideau Cottage, which is around four kilometres from the epicentre of the demonstration. Despite the fact that his schedule, which generally indicates the location in which he is staying, confirms that he is in the “national capital region.”

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Trudeau has been placed in seclusion after one of his children tested positive for Covid-19.

PROTESTERS WAVE FLAGS DEMANDING FREEDOM

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As they converged on Parliament Hill, the protesting truckers blew their air horns nonstop across the city. They were joined on foot by protesters waving Canadian flags and demanding “Freedom.”

Banners criticizing public health policies decorated the Parliament Buildings.

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Protesters were observed screaming chants against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, expressing their outrage not only at the Covid-19 limits but also with the government as a whole.

According to the Daily Mail UK, protesters were spotted clutching copies of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, while others held posters stating ‘God keep our nation lovely and free,’ ‘Make Canada great again,’ and ‘we are here for our freedom.’

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