Today, Canadian truckers and farmers have hit the roads to stage nationwide protests and slow-rolls to support Dutch farmers fighting the Netherlands’ starvation policy.
Early Saturday morning, Canadian farmers and truckers were spotted in parking lots in Niagara, Ottawa, and Hamilton waving Dutch and Canadian flags to show solidarity with Dutch farmers.
At the same time, journalist Andy Lee has been following a massive convoy of farmers and truckers from Red Deer, Alberta, to Edmonton and Calgary.
“Netherlands, we are here for you again, like we were 80 years ago,” a speaker for Freedom Fighters Canada said at a rally.
Protesters were also seen on the streets of Toronto to support Dutch farmers and oppose the WEF’s Great Reset.
As previously reported by The Counter Signal, most (if not all) protests are being organized by Freedom Fighters Canada, who are using the hashtag #WeMoveAsOne to Tweet out updates on the new farmer convoy.
As for a brief list of just some of the cities that are seeing demonstrations, organizers have said they plan to drive through Ottawa, Toronto, Vaughan, Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Red Deer, Lloydminister, Montreal, Winnipeg, and Vancouver, making this truly a nationwide demonstration.
Farmers and truckers also plan to do slow-rolls from city to city, expanding the scope further.
According to a Tweet sent out by Live From The Shed, which covered the Freedom Convoy protests, just the slow-roll in the GTA will pass through Bowmanville, Oshawa, Ajax, Uxbridge, Barrie, Innisfil, Newmarket, Orangeville, Cambridge, Milton, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, and Toronto before the farmers converge at Vaughan Mills.