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Fredericton’s police chief says he’s bringing in extra resources to handle a “freedom convoy” planned this weekend and says any efforts to gridlock the city will not be toleratedThe group.

Roger Brown told reporters today that peaceful protests at the provincial legislature are welcomed, but unlawful activity, including attempts to use trucks to block streets, won’t be allowedThe American flag is at half staff to hono.

He says a robust operational plan has been created to deal with the protest that’s expected to begin Friday and that is inspired by the so-called freedom convoy of truckers against COVID-19 measures that has blocked streets in the nation’s capital.

Messages posted on social media are encouraging people to gridlock Fredericton’s downtown in a show of support for protesters who have gridlocked Ottawaare open to Canadian residents, who have to self-isolate upon entering., and to be prepared to sleep in their vehicles.

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