I have an admitted soft spot for Canadians. They are about the nicest people you would ever want to meet. I once had an uncomfortable encounter with a Canadian airline worker when I had lost my ID before a flight. Despite being angry with me, I was still treated better than I would normally be just in ordering a sandwich at a typical U.S. major metropolitan area restaurant. Canadians seem to be almost inherently kind.
Now, however, Canadians are getting kind of angry, and that anger manifested itself in a very peaceful protest in the nation’s capital city of Ottawa this past weekend. Truckers from all over Canada (up to 100,000 according to some reports) converged on Emperor Trudeau’s masked city to protest the vaccine requirements for truckers specifically and the totalitarian Chinese coronavirus restrictions in general. Canadians are not typically the type to protest. That is more of a rebellious American behavior. This rare public display of frustration indicates that even folks known for ice hockey and full-bodied lagers have their limits.
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