Traffic ‘control zone’ regulations in effect for Saturday ‘slow roll’ protest at Dutch embassy


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Individuals who plan to participate in a “gradual roll” protest Saturday afternoon in help of farmer protests within the Netherlands have been warned by Ottawa police {that a} management zone might be in impact on downtown streets.

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“Wellington Avenue stays closed to autos and there may be zero tolerance for vehicle-based demonstrations or occasions throughout the metropolis’s designated management zone within the downtown core.

“The management zone nonetheless stays Laurier (south), Bronson (west) and Elgin (east),” police mentioned in a tweet. Wellington Avenue is the zone’s northern border.

The Dutch embassy is on Albert Avenue, two blocks north of the management zone boundary at Laurier Avenue.

“Teams selecting to not respect these designated areas might be met with a direct police response involving enforcement and complete towing choices,” police mentioned.

Police and bylaw officers might be looking out for offenders, police mentioned.

Fines for offences like unlawful parking, pointless idling and others have been raised to $1,000.

On Friday, a police spokesperson added: “All efforts are made to make sure a secure atmosphere for all demonstrations, by sustaining open traces of communication with all concerned. We’re dedicated to making sure that Constitution assured rights and freedoms are upheld, whereas making certain that law enforcement officials perform their sworn duties.”

The Freedom Fighters Canada group has invited folks to hitch in a slow-roll protest from from Brockville, Kemptville, Renfrew and Arnprior and different areas to downtown Ottawa on Saturday. A rally is deliberate for two p.m. in entrance of the Dutch embassy at 350 Albert St.

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