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notTV Live. Truckers vs. Trudeau. Day 8 – Update #1

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It’s starting to get real.

News from live feeds say that Marshall law has been enacted, S.W.A.T is in town, snipers are on the roofs, and police are wearing masks to hide their identities from cameras. Chad and Travis hear that nobody is allowed into town and the Mayor has requested everything be shut down. But nothing has been confirmed. At this point this is hearsay.

They did notice city graders and tractors blocking roads in town and entrances into town. The City is paying staff 12 hours overtime to sit in vehicles to block access.

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Reporting for Freedom Convoy 2022 from route 22 and St. Guillaume Rd Travis and Chad follow up on a report of a truck stop set up to stage the area for trucks because they have not been allowed into town. There are shuttles to take them into town, and there is food and bathrooms for them.

Travis calls on citizen journalists to record everything. Everyone needs to unite now and share information.

“All of us need to be boots on the ground. That’s how we’re going to find the truth through this. We’re all in this together. We can’t rely on the mainstream anymore. We don’t have the resources that the mainstream has. We would have loved to be at the main event today and see all the celebrations and have a camera right in there but we don’t get that luxury. We would have been stuck in there all day. As it is, one of our guys, Kyle, is stuck down there and trying to find his way out.They are sticking to the outskirts and trying to get to the truckers on the outside to report back with their stories.”

War Measures Act

The War Measures Act was a federal law adopted by Parliament on 22 August 1914, after the beginning of the First World War. It gave broad powers to the Canadian government to maintain security and order during “war, invasion or insurrection.”

The War Measures Act was also invoked in Quebec during the 1970 October Crisis. The Act was repealed and replaced by the more limited Emergencies Act in 1988.

Emergencies Act

The Emergencies Act is a measure of last resort, having regard to other federal, provincial or territorial’s authorities. Before measures can be taken under the Emergencies Act, three conditions must be met:

  • There must be an urgent and critical situation, temporary in nature, that endangers the lives, health or safety of Canadians;
  • The capacity or authority of provinces to deal with the situation must be deemed insufficient or lacking; and
  • We must conclude that the situation cannot be dealt with effectively under the authorities of other Canadian laws. 

Further, the government of Canada must hold consultations with the affected provinces and territories. Under the Emergency Management Act, I am responsible for establishing arrangements for such consultations.

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