Just a week after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the “Freedom Convoy” protesters an “insult to truth” and maligned them as far right extremists, Premiers across Canada have started to cave in to their demands. The Premiers of Alberta and Saskawchewan have dropped Covid vaccine passports, a step that they admitted was necessary to unify the country. Ottawa is also rolling back its Covid restrictions, with limits on private gatherings being removed effective next month. Police in Ottawa have attempted to break the will of the Freedom Convoy protesters by stealing their supplies and knocking down their encampments, but opposition only continues to grow against the medical tyranny in Canada as government officials have begun quietly acquiescing to their demands. The Star Reports–
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“Several provinces are peeling back the vaccine mandates and health restrictions that are at the heart of a polarizing debate across this country over what it will mean to live with COVID-19.
Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec all unveiled plans Tuesday to curb the measures that have become the focal point of an exhausted public after nearly two years of the global health crisis.
In the West, governments are moving quickly. Alberta announced it would lift vaccine passport requirements by the end of Tuesday night, part of a multi-stage approach to eliminating the majority of restrictions in the province. The news came hours after the Saskatchewan government had said it would do away with its vaccine requirement on Feb. 14, with mask mandates to be scrapped two weeks later.
In Quebec, which has seen some of the country’s strictest public health measures, Premier François Legault detailed a plan that would see most restrictions lifted by March 14. Starting Saturday, there will no longer be any legal restrictions on private gatherings.”