So, I see, on CBC News and in the Globe and Mail, that “The Ontario Provincial Police have began to remove demonstrators from the camp near Belleville, Ont., where protests by the Mohawks of Tyendinaga have shut down passenger and freight train traffic for more than two weeks … [and] … At 8:15 on Monday morning, a convoy of nearly two dozen police cars drove on to Wyman Road up to the barrier. Police have handcuffed at least one protester.“
I sincerely hope that the Police use enough resources to ensure a peaceful, non-violent end this affair …
… it must be clear to ALL protesters, including those marching through Ottawa, today, that the lawbreaking must come to a speedy end.
I hope no one is hurt. No one even needs to be arrested … IF they obey the law and judicial orders.
If the police cannot manage then there is always the Army …
… they have done it before, they can do it again.
For now, well done, Doug Ford’s Ontario.