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Prepared to handle anti-govt protests on Canada Day: Ottawa Police

Ottawa/IBNS: Ottawa Police officials Monday said they are prepared for Canada Day observation with plans to keep anti-government protests from turning into another occupation.

Canadia truckers' protest: Police arrest 47 'violent' agitators in Ottawa

Ottawa/UNI: The Canadian Police has arrested at least 47 'Freedom Convoy' protesters in Ottawa as they continued to be "aggressive and assaultive on officers"

Canada House of Commons sitting cancelled over police actions against protesters

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada's House of Commons sitting in Ottawa to debate the controversial Emergencies Act starting Friday was cancelled as police continue to deal with the fourth week of the protest, said Anthony Rota, Speaker of House of Commons in a tweet.

Canadian police planning to take ‘imminent’ action against protesters

Toronto/UNI/Sputnik: Canadian law enforcement agencies are preparing to take "imminent" action against participants in the Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa, who demand the government scrap COVID-19 vaccine mandates, interim Ottawa Police Chief Steve Bell said.

Canada truckers' protests head into 4th weekend, Ottawa police pledge action in the coming days

Ottawa/IBNS:   After all border crossings between Canada and the United States (U.S.) opened for the first time in more than two weeks of unrest, a few refused to budge from their spot and defiantly ripped up warnings issued by the police.

Canada truckers' protest: 'Not definite when Parliament Hill protest will end', says Ottawa Police chief

Ottawa/IBNS: Amid Ottawa residents' frustration with six days into a protest around Parliament Hill in the Canadian capital, the police has said that there is no clear indication when the agitation would end.

Ottawa police set up a hotline to probe hate crime, assaults amid truckers' demonstrations

Ottawa/IBNS: Ottawa Police Tuesday said it is setting up a hotline to investigate hate crimes related to the demonstrations in the Canadian capital's downtown area.

Canada: Ottawa police hate crime unit investigates a man's vulgar abuses at McKenna's office

Ottawa/IBNS:  Investigation by the Ottawa police hate crimes unit is underway after a man screamed last week vulgar abuses outside Infrastructure and Communities Minister Catherine McKenna's constituency office, media reports said.