Windsor Police say they continue their enforcement actions at the scene of an ongoing Ambassador Bridge blockage on Sunday morningPersonal gatherings, “with arrests being made.”
In a tweet, police also stated that vehicles are being towed, and residents should continue to avoid the area. They said there will be “zero tolerance for illegal activity.”
Police were at the protest site on Sunday in groups that appeared to outnumber the amount of protesters that remained at the blockade. After coming face to face with protesters on Saturday, Windsor Police arrested a 27-year-old manDr. Catherine Elliot do a celebratory elbow bump after receiving their COVID-19 vaccines a, alleging he committed a criminal offence in relation to the demonstrationChief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam looks at a giant screen showing data during a technical briefing o, but did not say what charges he may face.
The Ambassador Bridge is the busiest crossing in North America and has been closed for nearly a week as a result of the protest calling for an end to all COVID-19 restrictions. While the larger rigs may no longer be crowding the protest site, demonstrators continue to stand their ground despite an injunction demanding that they leave.