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Calgary pastor sentenced to 60 days in prison for involvement in Coutts border blockade

  • A Calgary pastor, Artur Pawlowski, has been sentenced to 60 days in prison for his involvement in the Coutts border blockade in February 2022. This blockade, which lasted for over two weeks, was a protest against COVID-19 public health measures at the province's main border crossing into the United States.
  • Pawlowski, who was found guilty of mischief and breaching a release order, has accepted responsibility for his actions during the blockade. However, the Crown argued that he has a high-risk assessment of reoffending.
  • Despite the sentence, Pawlowski has already served 60 days, so he has zero days left to serve in prison. The defence argued for a reduced sentence at the sentencing.
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