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People’s Commission hears tales of convoy trauma

By October 28, 2022No Comments

The opening session of the Ottawa People’s Commission hearings heard from four residents traumatized by the convoy occupation, and from one person who felt freed by the experience. Noise, feces, garbage, and harassment were prominent in their testimony.

The session was opened by Algonquin activist Sheldon Brown, who said that most importantly the commission should set boundaries – to say what is unacceptable if an event like this happened again.

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