Thursday, February 2, 2023

Canadian MP says Trudeau creating two Canadas after emergency order extension despite no protests

MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay said this is the first time she has felt ‘uncomfortable’ in her own country

Canadian conservative members of Parliament are outraged that their government extended the unprecedented Emergencies Act, with one MP describing it as further splitting the country into “two Canadas.”

“I believe history will judge this government and this Prime Minister very harshly. I think that he, instead of engaging in dialogue and showing leadership, he brought the hammer down on peaceful protesters who came here sincere of heart to protest his government’s actions, not the government,” Conservative Member of Parliament Kerry-Lynne Findlay, who serves British Columbia, told Fox News Digital in a phone interview Tuesday. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act last week, giving power to the government to prohibit public assembly, restrict travel and require businesses – such as tow companies – to act on the government’s demands.

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