UPDATE: Axe the Tax slow roll planned outside Alberta Legislature 
Anti Trudeau, WEF, WHO, Digital ID protest planned for Saturday in Edmonton.

Alexa Posa

April 8, 2024

A massive Axe the Tax slow roll has been planned on Saturday outside the Alberta Legislature.

UPDATE: Axe the Tax slow roll planned outside Alberta Legislature 

With opposition to the federal carbon tax increasing, the social media group called Alberta4Liberty is organizing a slow roll in Edmonton on Saturday at 11 AM.

Melanie Switzer, one of the group’s members, said that she hopes the protest will encourage politicians to take accountability for their actions while supporting Canadians to stand united. 

Switzer also stated that more Canadians “need to be informed of the dangers of a totalitarian government.” 

After the slow roll, a “Save Canada from Non-Governing NGO’s” rally will take place at the south bandshell stage at 1 PM, followed by a bridge march. 

The organizers are marching in opposition to the World Health Organization’s soon-to-be-finalized Pandemic Treaty, Digital ID’s, MAID, sexual orientation lessons in classrooms, and digital currency. 

Nationwide carbon tax protests

Reaching day 8, axe the tax protests continued across Alberta and the Ontario-Quebec border on Monday, showing no signs of slowing down. 

Protestors are demanding that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau abolish the carbon tax while housing, grocery and gas prices increase. 

To keep everyone safe, protestors set up pylons along the road ensuring traffic would not be obstructed, however, they were swiftly approached by RCMP officers who said they would be arrested if they “so much as walk on the shoulder of the road as pedestrians.”

Speaking to Mocha Bezirgan, one protester said, “It’s atrocious that money is being spent on this. And we’ve got so much rampant crime in these communities, and they wouldn’t do anything about it, but they’ll stand arm to arm against civilians who are just exercising their God-given right to actually protest the taxes, the carbon taxes, the cost of living.”

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