The law must apply equally to all, or it will be held in contempt
Most Canadians like to think of themselves as tolerant. But corrupt or criminal behaviour is unacceptable, and everyone must understand there are consequences to breaking the law.
Signs, flags, and convoy trucks parked along Wellington Street are pictured on Feb. 17, shortly before law enforcement moved to end the weeks-long occupation. The leaders of the so-called 'Freedom Convoy' arrested last week deserve everything they get. But so does any person who commits a criminal act, writes Andrew Caddell. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade