(by Carlos Garcia | The Blaze) – The Canadian House of Commons voted in favor of the emergency powers granted to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to shut down the protests by hundreds of truck drivers against the vaccine mandates. The demonstration by the truckers brought Ottawa to a standstill until police officers forcibly removed them and towed their trucks from the city center. Trudeau invoked the emergency powers for the first time since they were written into law in 1988. On Monday, a “motion for confirmation of the declaration of emergency” passed with 185 members in favor and 151 members […]

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