On Day 22 of the Truckers for Freedom Convoy, crowds formed at border crossings across the country despite the federal government’s warnings, the GiveSendGo fundraiser was hacked and police cleared out the Ambassador Bridge blockade. 

Crowds at the Ambassador Bridge had largely cleared out on Sunday. Reports emerged that police had made dozens of arrests, and trucks and cars were seen being hauled away. 

This footage shows the measures the government was putting in place on Sunday to clear protesters. Armored personnel carriers and police in tactical gear moved in on the demonstrators.

This photograph of a police officer in camo tactical gear holding a rifle shows the heavy-handed response taken by law enforcement over the weekend. 

Trucks can be seen leaving the blockade at the border crossing. 

After most of the protesters were removed from the blockade, police officers were seen clearing out media and observers several kilometres away from the site. 

In Coutts, Alberta, an increased RCMP presence over the weekend didn’t deter crowds from gathering at the blockade and showing their opposition to COVID mandates and restrictions.

Videos of RCMP officers wearing tactical gear and carrying guns were posted to social media. 

This report from Rebel News confirms that RCMP made one arrest at the border blockade on Sunday night. 

In another showing of national pride at the Coutts border blockade, protesters were heard singing O Canada.

In Surrey BC at the Pacific Highway border crossing, crowds continued to gather on Sunday. 

This series of photos from the protests yesterday document the atmosphere on the ground between law enforcement and those demanding the return of their freedoms. 

On Saturday, demonstrators on horseback arrived at the protest to show their support for the blockade. 

A legacy media report confirmed that the RCMP arrested 4 people yesterday at the Surrey border crossing.

Furthermore, the Canadian Border Services Agency is now telling travelers to avoid the Pacific Highways border crossing due to ongoing protests. 

Back in Ottawa, large crowds gathered again on Sunday to listen to speeches and hear live music outside the Parliament Buildings. 

Former Newfoundland Premier Brian Peckford, the last living signatory of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, delivered a powerful speech on Sunday, encouraging demonstrators to maintain their fight for freedom. 

“After two thousand, three thousand years of people getting their rights, we’re now forced to try and keep our rights. How ironic history is,” the former Premier remarked. 

Peckford reminded the demonstrators how the first two lines of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms read.

“We as a country have two principles – the supremacy of God and the rule of law,” Peckford said. “Section 1 was to be only used in war, insurrection or the threat of peril of the state. It wasn’t to be used to try and combat a virus that 99% of people recover from and with less than a one percent fatality rate.”

Peckford went on to demand the government establish an independent inquiry to determine how freedoms and rights were compromised during the pandemic.

Later on Sunday, GiveSendGo was hacked and visitors to the site looking to donate to the trucker convoy fundraiser were temporarily redirected to a clip from the Disney movie Frozen

Overlaid text outlined the intentions of the hackers to shut down Givesendgo on “behalf of sane people worldwide.” 

Detailed information of every person that donated to the convoy fundraiser was also leaked to hackers. Names are now being published on social media by far-left activists. 
The Givesendgo set up by the Truckers for Freedom Convoy organizers is currently not active.


  • Harrison Faulkner

    Harrison Faulkner is the host of Ratio'd and co-host of Fake News Friday. He is also a journalist and producer for True North based in Toronto. Twitter: @Harry__Faulkner