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Federal Conservatives call on anti-vaccine mandate protesters to go home

Trudeau urges oppositon members to denounce protests in meeting late Thursday

After publicly supporting the anti-vaccine mandate activists protesting in Ottawa in recent weeks, interim Conservative leader Candice Bergen said Thursday it's time for the convoy and other protesters blocking two major border crossings to end their demonstrations and go home.

Bergen, who has called the convoy a "passionate, patriotic and peaceful" group of Canadians concerned about freedom at a time of COVID restrictions, said the protesters have made their point to parliamentarians and the Conservative Party will take up their fight in the House of Commons instead.

The anti-mandate protest that started in Ottawa has spread to Windsor, Ont., and Coutts, Alta., disrupting the flow of goods and crippling Canada-U.S. trade.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau convened a virtual meeting with opposition leaders Thursday night to discuss the ongoing protests.

Late Thursday, Trudeau tweeted that he'd "stressed" to his fellow leaders "how important it is for all Members of Parliament, from every party, to denounce these illegal acts — and to call for an end to these blockades."

The prime minister also tweeted that he'd been in touch with Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens "about the illegal blockade of the Ambassador Bridge."

Trudeau said the federal government was "committed" to helping the mayor and the province of Ontario "get the situation under control" at the key border crossing.

Earlier Thursday, in a message aimed at protesters, Bergen said "the time has come for you to take down the barricades, stop the disruptive action and come together.

"The economy you want to see reopened is hurting. You protested because you love your country and you want your freedoms back. That message has been heard."

Bergen said barricades and trucks should be removed for the sake of the economy and because "it's the right thing to do."
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Federal Conservatives call on anti-vaccine mandate protesters to go home

Trudeau urges oppositon members to denounce protests in meeting late Thursday

After publicly supporting the anti-vaccine mandate activists protesting in Ottawa in recent weeks, interim Conservative leader Candice Bergen said Thursday it's time for the convoy and other protesters blocking two major border crossings to end their demonstrations and go home.

Bergen, who has called the convoy a "passionate, patriotic and peaceful" group of Canadians concerned about freedom at a time of COVID restrictions, said the protesters have made their point to parliamentarians and the Conservative Party will take up their fight in the House of Commons instead.

The anti-mandate protest that started in Ottawa has spread to Windsor, Ont., and Coutts, Alta., disrupting the flow of goods and crippling Canada-U.S. trade.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau convened a virtual meeting with opposition leaders Thursday night to discuss the ongoing protests.

Late Thursday, Trudeau tweeted that he'd "stressed" to his fellow leaders "how important it is for all Members of Parliament, from every party, to denounce these illegal acts — and to call for an end to these blockades."

The prime minister also tweeted that he'd been in touch with Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens "about the illegal blockade of the Ambassador Bridge."

Trudeau said the federal government was "committed" to helping the mayor and the province of Ontario "get the situation under control" at the key border crossing.

Earlier Thursday, in a message aimed at protesters, Bergen said "the time has come for you to take down the barricades, stop the disruptive action and come together.

"The economy you want to see reopened is hurting. You protested because you love your country and you want your freedoms back. That message has been heard."

Bergen said barricades and trucks should be removed for the sake of the economy and because "it's the right thing to do."
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