Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has been moved to an undisclosed location alongside his family, following fresh protests at Parliament Hill in Ontario.

The protests which comprise of thousands of Canadians, was organised to call for an end to Covid-19 vaccine mandates. The crowd also chanted against the hostile public health restrictions amidst other demands.

With security concerns over a potential flare up, the police are now on high alert; and will curb the situation at Parliament Hill. It is also believed that the protest organisers are currently working towards a peaceful standoff; one without a violent activity recorded.

The Parliament buildings have also been dressed with messaged banners negating the government measures on public health and safety.

PM Trudeau condemned the growing anti-vaccine movement, citing that it is against the value of Canadians.

Deputy Chief Steve Bell has hoverver raised concerns about the presence of “parallel groups” that Canadian intelligence speculated.

“We do not know all the parallel demonstrations that may occur, and/ or the lone wolf individuals who may insert themselves into the mix for various reasons,” Bell said. 

Hundreds of truckers are also found amongst the foot-protesters who converged from all parts of the country; with loud horns being heard at the parliamentary precinct. Chants were also made against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday, with several placards of Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and hopeful messages for a better nation being waved.

The PM and his family are believed to still be at the national capital region, despite being moved from Rideau Cottage–about four kilometres from the main protest location.

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