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Canadian 'Freedom Convoy' vows to stay in Ottawa

Canadian truckers stay put in Ottawa with thousands of protestors pledging to continue

The Ottawa truckers say there is no 'end date' in sight and plan to stay in the capital 'for as long as it takes' and until the Canadian government flips and withdraws its policy on vaccine mandates. The chaos clogged the capital's downtown near parliament throughout the weekend and brought criticism from officials including Ottawa's mayor who said residents were 'prisoners in their own home', but the demonstrators say they intend to stay and that their aim is to 'create chaos' and a 'logistics nightmare' for the Canadian government. The boisterous protests are now threatening to interrupt business on Monday, with authorities stating that City Hall will remain closed, traffic will be disrupted and some other services stalled. Canada's House of Commons plans to be at work on Monday although no specific security arrangements have been revealed.