Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a military response to the ongoing Ottawa protest against COVID-19 measures isn’t on the table at the moment. (Photo - The Canadian Press)
PM Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a military response to the ongoing Ottawa protest against COVID-19 measures isn’t on the table at the moment.
He says there were questions a few years ago regarding using the military to end other protests that were blocking critical infrastructure.
He says his answer is the same today as it was then.
Trudeau adds there has been no such request made to the federal government for military intervention.
Trudeau says the federal priority remains "being there for the citizens of Ottawa."
Trudeau says one must be "very, very cautious" about deploying troops on Canadian soil.
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