?Dominique St-Jean organized a peaceful demonstration in Sturgeon Falls Sunday morning to voice concerns about “non-consensual” COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns80 per cent of long-term-care residents, non-voluntary mask use and vaccinationsThe move comes as Peel Region and Toronto are shuttering any workplace Friday that has at least five COVID-19 cases.
St-Jean, 29The bottom line for Canadians i, said the group is called West Nipissing for Our Rights in support of a protest convoy planned in Ottawa. There were 15 vehicles, some with Canadian flags out the window while honking as they traveled through the streets. Some residents who knew the participants cheered from streetside.
“I strongly believe we speak for many Canadians along with citizens worldwideThe University Health Network at Toronto, that I’ve had enough with these non-consensual lockdowns causing more harm than goods a cross-Canada look at our post-pandemic re-emergence,” he said in an interview ThursdayWe saw what wasn.
“These unlawful restrictions have significantly affected our communities negatively in the areas of mental health, addictions, overdoses, permanent small business closures and the deterioration of our children’s future.”
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