Canadian police seized thousands of liters of fuel and removed an oil tanker as part of a crackdown on protests against the government’s COVID-19 health measures.
A judge granted residents in the capital Ottawa an interim injunction Monday against the noise from honking.
A “Freedom Convoy” has disrupted life in the city’s downtown area for 11 days.
It started as a movement opposing a Canadian COVID-19 vaccine mandate for cross-border drivers — similar to a U.S. rule.
It has morphed into a rallying point against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and many of the government’s public health measures.
This weekend, police counted 1,000 trucks and 5,000 protesters, down from 3,000 trucks and 10,000 to 15,000 protesters last weekend.