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notTV Live. Truckers vs. Trudeau. Feb. 9. Day 18-#1


Chad and Travis bring more live coverage of freedom convoy 2022 from downtown Ottawa, Ontario. They experienced first hand some of the aggression noted by police. Last night someone smashed the rear window in Chad’s truck, ransacked and stole items. It is not anyone from the convoy. The foundation of the movement is peace and love. The truckers give out food daily.

Crime is lower than it was before the truckers arrived.

Toronto Sun: “Despite reports to the contrary, preliminary police data shows street crime has actually fallen since the Freedom Convoy blockade began at Parliament in Ottawa, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.”

Downtown Ottawa, Ontario

Travis’s Update:

Word on the street is the police will make a push to remove more people by the weekend. Also, there will be more celebrations by First Nations on Saturday.

There have been rumours of intermittent cell phone coverage in Ottawa but the livestream is working today.

The GoFundMe campaign to raise expense money for the truckers raised over $10 million. GoFundMe released $1 million and froze the remaining money. A new campaign has been set up through GiveSendGo. The amount raised so far is USD $7,711,499. The truckers need the money for fuel and food.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R)

Chad’s Update:

Provincial Mandates Start to Reverse Mandates


Saskatchewan will end its vaccine passport policy on Monday, Feb. 14.

Source: CBC Article


Albertans will no longer need to show their QR code to dine in restaurants or sit at entertainment venues. The changes took effect at midnight Tuesday.

Source: CBC Article

Freedom truck convoys being organized around the world

Fox News is reporting that the trucker protests that started in Canada calling for an end of the COVID mandates are now spreading around the world. Story HERE

Truckers with Freedom Convoy 2022 in Ottawa, Jan. 29, 2022

Travis has noticed police behaviour change when cameras come out. He experienced the same thing with RCMP at the Fairy Creek Blockade in British Columbia.

Ottawa Police

Fairy Creek Blockade

Fairy Creek old-growth logging protests against old growth logging in the southern Vancouver Island region of British Columbia escalated through later 2020 and into 2021. These events, many coalescing around the Fairy Creek watershed, represent a critical moment in BC’s recurring history of conflict related to ecological values and the forest industry, recalling The War in the Woods and the Clayoquot Protests of the early 1990s. It has been described as “one of the largest [acts of] civil disobedience in Canadian history,” with over 900 protesters arrested on the site.


Truth is an interesting thing…we need different perspectives in the process of verification.

Travis Cross
Kyle Cardinal

Kyle Cardinal says CBC is pushing the narrative that the children will be taken away from the truckers. The fact there are children there shows what a family based revolution this is.

Travis mentions the change from ‘protest’ to ‘occupation‘ by the politicians. It’s not an occupation because as the truckers pointed out they are not here to live and stay forever.

Truckers keep the streets spotless

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