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Convoy leaders, PM expected to testify at inquiry into use of Emergencies Act

Close-up view of anti-mandate protesters standing face-to-face with police in Ottawa

The public inquiry into the federal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act during what organizers called “Freedom Convoy” protests last winter begins on Thursday, and dozens of witnesses, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and high profile convoy organizers, are expected to testify.

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