An inquiry into the federal government's use of the Emergencies Act has heard first-hand testimony about the effect of the so-called ``Freedom Convoy'' protest.
Several witnesses have given their perspective on how the convoy protest affected life in downtown Ottawa.
The protest saw large semi-trucks relentlessly honking their horns and blocking off the streets of downtown Ottawa for over three weeks.
Similar demonstrations took place across the country.
Over the next six weeks, the hearings will see testimony from 65 witnesses across government, police and organizers of the convoy.
A legally blind Ottawa woman says the loud and constant noise of the ``Freedom Convoy'' protest last winter left her with permanent hearing loss and mental-health problems.
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