Truck rally comes to Ottawa, bringing complaints on pipelines, immigration
By Neil MossFeb. 20, 2019
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A truck in the United We Roll convoy with placards signalling support for pipelines, and opposition to the United Nations and globalism, drives down Wellington Street on Feb. 19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
After a nearly five-day trek across Canada, which began in Red Deer, Alta., a convoy of semi-trucks and pickups made its way to Parliament Hill to protest the Trudeau government’s performance on the energy and climate files on Feb. 19.
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