‘Trudeau is alone’: Fifth Canadian province to give up vaccination passports amid collapse of Freedom convoy

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, center domestic approval collapse rating, which is seeing total abandonment in the provinces, is taking place as he institutes martial law against the Freedom Convoy protesters who simply want basic human rights Theirs is respected.

Quebec is the latest province uprising from vaccines passport policy of the prime minister of Canada, Keean Bexte report. “Trudeau is alone,” commented Bexte.

On Monday, Quebec Premier François Legault meet with public health officials Monday night to discuss dismantling the province’s vaccine passport system. That announcement was made on Tuesday afternoon.

As a result, Quebec becomes the fifth province to report running out of vaccine passports, joining Alberta, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island and Ontario.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford denied that ending the missions was a concession to the Freedom Convoy protesters.

“As of March 1, the province of Ontario will no longer require residents to present proof of vaccination to enter any indoor space,” Prime Minister Doug Ford announced Monday morning. York Times report.

“We’re moving in this direction because it’s safe to do so,” said Ford. “Today’s announcement not because of what is happening in Ottawa or Windsor, but in spite of it.”

But this announcement came shortly after Alberta and Saskatchewan also lifted regulations on vaccines.

“Alberta and Saskatchewan are the first Canadian provinces to end the vaccine passport program as well as other key COVID-19 mandates,” Complex CA report on Wednesday.

“At midnight Tuesday, the passport system of Alberta vaccine will end,” the report adds. “Premiers Jason Kenney has announced it will be the community health restrictions be lifted first approach in stages.”

“Kenney plans to lift Alberta’s mask-wearing regulations next Monday for children,” the report added. “All indoor mask regulations will be removed on March 1. The capacity limit will be stopped for all events under 500 people.”

“Our approach to COVID has to change as the epidemic changes,” Kenney said of the end of the mission.

Likewise, Alberta is ending its vaccination proof requirements and other Covid restrictions.

“Starting from February 14, Saskatchewan is set to end the negative test requirements or proof of vaccination,” noted CA Complex. “Premiers Scott Moe has announced that he will terminate automatically isolated to check the requirements of the mask active indoors and indoors at the end of the month. He said his decision was influenced by the “mixing” between science and people across the province. ”

Meanwhile, Prince Edward Island is taking a phased approach to ending its mandates, including the province’s “vax card”.

“Step 3 scheduled for April 7th”, CBC CA report last week. “This final step is when it is expected that face coverings will no longer be required, the PEI Vax Pass will cease to function and there will be no limit on the number of gatherings.”

British Columbia is also increasing pressure to eliminate passport their vaccines.

“It all says to follow the science, and we believe the science is now saying that passports don’t make sense,” says business owner Bruce Findlay.

However, the provincial health official, Dr. Bonnie Henry, emphasized, tempo actual science, that vaccines reduce transmission of the Omicron variant.

Despite the provinces abandoning his authoritarian policies, Justin Trudeau on Monday invoked the State of Emergency Act to suspend civil rights and impose martial law on his protests. Freedom Convoy. The Prime Minister of Canada made the announcement on Monday.

“We cannot and will not allow illegal and dangerous activities to continue,” Trudeau said in his speech, adding that “serious challenges to law enforcement’s ability to effective way of law enforcement”.

However, some prime ministers have opposed Trudeau for invoking the Emergencies Act, saying law enforcement has the tools to handle peaceful protests.

“The illegal blockades must end, but the police have the tools to enforce the law and clear the blockades, as they did over the weekend in Windsor.” tweeted Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe.

“As a result, Saskatchewan does not support the Trudeau government invoking the Emergencies Act. If the federal government does take this measure, I expect it will only be invoked in the provinces that require it, as the law allows,” he added.

“I am proud of Manitoba’s law enforcement officials and have full confidence in them to protect our community. The proposal from the federal government to use the Emergencies Act is not helpful to the situation at the Emerson Border,” wrote Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson.

“Alberta Premier Jason Kenney told reporters that he told Trudeau earlier on Monday that he would if the Emergencies Act did not apply to Alberta, and that such a move was unnecessary in the province,” said Fox News. report.

“Quebec Premier Francois Legault also alert that he does not want to apply the Emergencies Act to his province, while warning that he thinks such a measure would be divisive,” the report added.

“It is not time to add fuel to the fire,” he said.

Now, Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly has resigned as Prime Minister Trudeau takes control of the police force.

“The Ottawa police chief resigned after Trudeau took control of the police force last night,” said journalist Keean Bexte report on Tuesday.

The AP tried to attribute the police chief’s resignation to ‘criticism’. However, it was due to the chief’s disagreement with Trudeau’s mishandling of the Liberal Delegation’s protest.

According to Global News, “Sloly joined the force in October 2019 after a stint with the Toronto Police Department, where he served as deputy sheriff for seven years. He has served with the Toronto Police Department for a total of 27 years. ”

“In response to calls to shift city funding from police to social services, Sloly has previously acknowledged the need for ‘systemic change’ in policing,” report more.

Canadian Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said it was time for police to start using their broad powers vested in Canada’s Emergencies Act, which allows the government to ban lockdowns. and started towing the truck,” AP report.

“We need law enforcement to step in, use the Emergencies Act and enforce it,” Mendecino said. “We’ve given new powers to the police and we need them to do the job now.”

The Canadian Civil Liberties Union has condemned the dictatorial crackdown on protesters.

“The federal government has failed to meet the threshold required to invoke the Emergencies Act,” CCLA said on Twitter. “This legislation sets a high and clear standard for good reason: The Act allows the government to bypass normal democratic processes. This standard has not been met”.

“The Emergencies Act can only be invoked when a situation ‘seriously threatens the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve Canada’s sovereignty, security, and territorial integrity’ and when the situation ‘cannot be effectively handled under any other Canadian law,'” the CCLA continued.

“Governments routinely deal with difficult situations and do so by using the powers vested in them by democratically elected representatives,” the CCLA added. “Emergency legislation should not be normalized. It threatens our democracy and civil liberties.”

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