A group of protesters caused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sneak in and out of the backdoor garbage entrance while visiting the MacBride Museum of Yukon History.
About fifty protesters showed up at the museum on Sunday night. Many carried Canadian and “F Trudeau” flags, as per usual. One man held a sign that said “No digital ID. Freedom Now.”
“Hey there Justin Trudeau,” tweeted one of the protesters, going by the name DawnTJ90.
“You avoided our warm welcome at the front entrance last night. How come you ended up going in & out of the building by the garbage? You’re not scared of Canadians are you?”
Earlier in the day, Trudeau participated in the Council of Yukon First Nations’ 50th anniversary celebrations where he was joined by community leaders, Elders, and youth. Minister of Indigenous Services Patty Hajdu was also in attendance.
Trudeau has become accustomed to hiding from protesters, whether he’s in Yukon or anywhere in the country. Earlier this year, while on a caucus retreat in Hamilton, Ontario, police created a decoy for Trudeau to leave a restaurant without so many protesters there to confront him.
A couple weeks prior to that, a viral video on social media showed a crowd of Canadians in Windsor letting Trudeau know what they think of him, as his motorcade slowly drove by.
In the video, Trudeau’s motorcade can be seen driving through a crowd of people protesting his appearance in their city.
“Last night, Trudeau’s motorcade was met by a wall of angry protesters in Windsor, Ontario,” tweeted The Counter Signal’s founder Keean Bexte.
“Locals calling on the beleaguered Prime Minister to resign.”