“71 per cent of people didn’t report their incidents to any other institution. People don’t feel comfortable, they don’t have trust in those institutions,” says the executive director of the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto.
After turning himself in to face nine charges for actions taken during the Ottawa occupation protests, Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament Randy Hillier agreed to a series of bail conditions limiting his social media posting and who he can have contact with.
Last week, footage emerged of city police striking counter-protesters with bicycles in order to allow another COVID-conspiracy demonstration to parade through the streets of Calgary. Undeterred, on Saturday, residents turned out again to make their voices heard.
When counter-protesters tried to block the path of what has been weekly COVID-conspiracy protests for over a year, they were met with strikes from police bicycles. Undeterred, the community has another counter-demonstration planned for this weekend.