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A Bit Harsh? 5 Year Jail Threat for Sharing a Candy Bar
"Bringing children, food or fuel to convoy blockades prohibited under Emergencies Act: Such activities could entail a $5,000 fine or five years in prison while Canada is under the national Emergencies Act invoked on Monday."
Source: MSM Canadian Press (Global News) Article, February 16, 2022, See: tinyurl.com/ycy9cvn2

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The TCW Staff | Reply 21.02.2022 21:02

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