Federal, city inquiries into occupations and blockades too limited
The irony is that this joint parliamentary committee called for under the Emergencies Act may be too late to be that relevant in its post-mortem phase of its work. It was intended to be more of an active monitoring safeguard assessment intervention check point during the time the act remained in place.
Ottawa residents formed a counter-protest on Feb. 13 to block a group of Freedom Convoy vehicles that were driving through the city towards the downtown core. Having an independent national judicial inquiry and more comprehensive local relief assistance can go a long way towards rejuvenation, and finding out what really happened, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade