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There’s a massive clash between police and protestors at the War Memorial in Ottawa

Bitchute 01 Jul 2022
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ARMED FORCES VETERAN JAMES TOPP HOLDS MEETING WITH CONSERVATIVE MPS IN OTTAWA

Bitchute 01 Jul 2022
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James Topp arrives in Ottawa at the War Memorial, shortly after 3 people are arrested.

Bitchute 01 Jul 2022
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Ottawa: Canada Day Celebrations kick off on the Wrong Foot

Bitchute 01 Jul 2022
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Mission Accomplished for Veteran James Topp Who Walked From Vancouver to Ottawa for Freedoms

The Epoch Times 01 Jul 2022
OTTAWA—Veteran James Topp accomplished his mission on Thursday when he climbed the stairs of the War Memorial in ...
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What you need to know about Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa

CTV 01 Jul 2022
A sea of red and white is expected to converge on downtown Ottawa and LeBreton Flats today to celebrate Canada's 155th birthday ... .
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Freedom Convoy protesters return to Ottawa for Canada Day

CBC 01 Jul 2022
Many protesters involved in the Freedom Convoy and Rolling Thunder events in Ottawa earlier this year are back in the city coordinating events for Canada Day ... .
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James Topp's Final march to The National War Memorial on Laurier Bridge Ottawa

Bitchute 01 Jul 2022
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Celebrations and protests planned for first in-person Canada Day in Ottawa in years

Moosejaw Today 01 Jul 2022
OTTAWA — Both celebrations and protests are set to take place throughout downtown Ottawa for Canada Day. Heritage Canada says for the first time in 50 years, Ottawa's main celebrations are being moved off Parliament Hill, where Centre Block is under construction ... Ottawa police said ...
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Ottawa Police violently arrest Canadians at freedom rally on the eve of Canada Day

Life Site 01 Jul 2022
OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews Mere hours after freedom fighter and veteran James Topp completed his 4,000km march to Ottawa, where he was joined by hundreds of supporters in the capital, the city’s police descended on rally attendees making violent arrests ... — Ottawa Police (@OttawaPolice) June 30, 2022 ... Topp arrived in Ottawa June 30.
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Ottawa police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate soldier leads march into city

North Shore News 01 Jul 2022
OTTAWA — Police have arrested four people in downtown Ottawa after a Canadian soldier charged for speaking out against COVID-19 vaccine requirements led a procession into the city and delivered a speech on “freedom” to a rapt crowd of hundreds of supporters ... Ottawa Mayor Jim ...
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Police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate soldier leads march into Ottawa

Moosejaw Today 01 Jul 2022
OTTAWA — Police arrested four people in downtown Ottawa Thursday after a Canadian soldier charged for speaking out against COVID-19 vaccine requirements led a procession into the city and delivered a speech on “freedom” to a rapt crowd of about 1,200 supporters ... As the sun began to set, fireworks could be heard in downtown Ottawa.

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