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Emergency Act Investigation to Continue Hearings on Alberta Border Closed

A public inquiry into the federal government’s use of the emergency law will continue to listen to protests held in support of the “Freedom Convoy” at an Alberta border crossing earlier this year.

Jim Willett, the mayor of Coutts, Alberta, is scheduled to testify Wednesday about the impact the protests have had on the border town he represents.

Fort McLeod, Alberta City Councilman Marco Van Heugenbos has been charged with mischief for his role in the Alberta blockade.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergency Act for the first time in Canada’s history on February 14, arguing that temporary and special powers were needed to end the lockdown at Ottawa and the border crossing.

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The Public Order Emergency Committee is investigating the Liberal government’s decision to invoke the law and is holding hearings in Ottawa through November 25.

Ontario Deputy Attorney General Mario Di Tomaso is scheduled to testify this afternoon.


Click to play video: 'We didn't want to clog the city': 'Freedom Convoy' leader Tamara Rich tells committee

‘We didn’t want to jam the city’: ‘Freedom Convoy’ leader Tamara Rich told commission




Emergency Act Investigation to Continue Hearings on Alberta Border Closed

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