According to social media posts, convoy of trucks plans to stay in the Legislative Building until the duties are lifted.
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“Access to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building is temporarily suspended for all visitors as of February 4, 2022,” according to the Saskatchewan Legislative Council website.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe addressed the protest, saying people were growing tired of public health measures.
“All Canadians have the right to protest, but they have the right to protest peacefully and within the limits of the laws we have in place,” Moe said.
NDP Saskatchewan Leader Ryan Meili answers the convoy of trucks heading back to Regina on Saturday.
“To those who want to share your views, please share yours. But if you have some idea that will copy the trash, the Ottawa invasion that we’re seeing right now, to bring that to Regina – you’re going to threaten to take over people’s homes and stop the work of democracy – for your head shake and stay at home hell,” said Meili.
According to the Saskatchewan Legislative Council website, all tours, educational events and public events in the building are canceled until further notice.
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