Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich had a message for Justin Trudeau, after reports that the prime minister would be invoking the Emergencies Act: "We will hold the line."
Lich said that the protestors would remain "peaceful and planted at Parliament till the mandates are removed." Lich was speaking during a press conference in Ottawa on Tuesday, addressing Prime Minister Trudeau's statement that he would use the Emergencies Act to clear the protestors from the city.
The Freedom Convoy organizers have previously said that they would remain in Ottawa until the vaccine mandates were lifted. Fellow protestors who blockaded the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor, Ont. and Detroit, Mich., were cleared over the weekend.
Four premiers have stated their discontent with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's reported decision to invoke the Emergencies Act. Premier Scott Moe (Sask.), Jason Kenney (Alb.), Francois Legault (Queb.) and Heather Stefanson (Man.) voiced their displeasure with Trudeau's move.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford made an announcement on Monday to lift Covid-inspired restrictions earlier than previously planned.
Trudeau intends to speak to the nation on Monday afternoon.
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