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No 'warnings or second chances' for illegal activity on Canada Day: Ottawa mayor

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Mayor Jim Watson and interim police chief Steve Bell say security plans have been drawn up to allow for safe celebrations on Friday. The city has been the scene of several large demonstrations since supporters of the "Freedom Convoy" occupied the downtown core for three weeks in January and February. Watson says Ottawa residents and visitors should feel comfortable heading to the Canada Day celebrations.
1 month ago·Ottawa, Canada

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Ottawa mayor, police giving Canada Day update at 9:30 a.m. ET

Ottawa city officials including the mayor and interim police chief are talking at 9:30 a.m. ET about Canada Day plans, including shows at LeBreton Flats and plans for anti-government protests.

1 month ago·Canada
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CTV News

No 'warnings or second chances' for illegal activity on Canada Day: Ottawa mayor

Ottawa's mayor is warning the city won't tolerate any illegal activity downtown during Canada Day festivities this year, as the city prepares for possible protests.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Global News

Ottawa residents, police brace for protests on Canada Day | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and interim police chief Steve Bell say security plans have been drawn up to allow for safe celebrations on Friday despite the threat of protests.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto Star

Ottawa residents, police brace for protests on Canada Day

Ottawa is bracing for a new round of protests expected to start on Canada Day and the city’s mayor and chief of police say they are ready.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Globe & Mail

Ottawa residents, police bracing for new protests on Canada Day

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and interim police chief Steve Bell say security plans have been drawn up to allow for safe celebrations on Canada Day despite the threat of protests

1 month ago·Canada
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Winnipeg Free Press

Ottawa braces for protests on Canada Day

Ottawa is bracing for a new round of protests expected to start on Canada Day and the city's mayor and chief of police say they are ready. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and interim police chief Steve Bell say security plans have been drawn up to allow for safe celebrations on Friday despite the threat of protests.

1 month ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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