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Winnipeg anti-vaxxer arrested for trying to organize protest near upcoming Bomber game – Winnipeg


A Winnipeg man has been arrested after police mentioned he tried to get folks to protest near the upcoming Blue Bomber house opener.

Winnipeg police mentioned the person made social media posts encouraging people who find themselves in opposition to masks and the COVID-19 vaccines to collect on the roads near Investors Group Field on Aug. 5 with the intent to block site visitors.

While organizing a public protest is just not unlawful, the person was beneath a court docket order that “prohibits the promotion and organization of gatherings contrary to any order made under the Public Health Act.”

Patrick Joseph Robert Allard, 39, faces costs for failing to adjust to a situation of launch.

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In a submit made to his public Facebook web page, Allard mentioned “There’s only two roads into the Winnipeg Blue Bombers stadium. I think we can block both with a rather small amount of people on August 5th ahead of their game.”

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He then responds to a number of individuals who ask about plans.

Allard was arrested on May 28 for serving to to organize a rally fronted by infamous anti-masks rally organizer Chris “Sky” Saccoccia, who hails from Ontario.

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Saccoccia was additionally arrested that day, and 4 others have been charged.

Two weeks later, former MP and People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier was arrested for holding rallies in a number of rural Manitoba cities.

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