(Worthy News) – Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said he wants to use the Emergencies Act to sell the trucks seized from Canadian Freedom Convoy protesters.
The weeks-long protest against COVID-19 mandates came to an end in Canada’s capital on Sunday as police towed away more than 70 vehicles and arrested nearly 200 people, Fortune reported.
“We actually have the ability to confiscate those vehicles and sell them,” Watson told Canadian public media CBC News on Saturday. He claimed Ottawa has the power to sell the confiscated vehicles under the Emergencies Act which was invoked for the first time ever by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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