For nearly two weeks, anti-vaccination mandate protests have clogged critical thoroughfares in Ottawa, snarling traffic around Parliament Hill, disrupting the daily lives of local residents and prompting the Canadian capital’s mayor to declare a state of emergency.
The protest, which has become a cause celebre for the political right, has spurred several other solidarity protests, including at the Ambassador Bridge that connects Windsor, Ontario, with Detroit — the busiest land border crossing on the U.S.-Canada border — and in Coutts, Alberta, another important crossing. It is also inspiring copycats from Europe to Australia and elsewhere around the world.
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