February 7, 2022 - February 15, 2022 - Freedom Convoy 2022

February 7, 2022

Live from Tim Horton’s


Live interview with Chris Barber

LIVE Interview with Brigitte Belton

LIVE from 302 Coventry Rd truck stop.

An injunction has been signed. No horns for 10 days!

Apparently bagpipes and accordions are okay.

February 8, 2022

We dedicate today's LIVE to our loved ones who lost their life to the vaccine, or have been injured by the vaccine, or have committed suicide as a result of the mandates.

With Cheryl's permission, we placed a poster of Jolene Topham on the wall of Parliament Hill, as a tribute to her, and to all who have been adversely affected by the vaccine and the mandates.

We take a walk down Wellington Street to show you all the signs displayed on the parliament wall.

Live interview with Chris Scott at Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

“The way we achieve this goal (freedom) is by standing up for each other, our friends and neighbours, and just being the free Canadians that we already are”

~Chris Scott

February 9, 2022

Live from Terrace Bay with Drifters motel managers Mike and Ashley Trichilo.

Mike and Ashley do not discriminate and welcome all to their cute and cozy motel and restaurant, which is across from beautiful Lake Superior. We had a nice meal in their restaurant and they specialize in homemade Italian cuisine!

February 10, 2022

Selena and Cody give a live update from the road

Live from Winnipeg bearhug

February 11, 2022

Live update from Coutts, Alberta at the border, BearHug

February 12, 2022

Live from Acheson Truck Stop, Alberta Convoy & BearHug

It’s convoy time!

Live from Edmonton, Alberta

Selena and Cody arrive at the Alberta Legislature to cover the convoy and speeches!

Live from Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Tamara Woods on the BearHug & slow roll in Winnipeg!

February 13, 2022

Live from Calgary remand centre.

We speak with Dawid Pawlowski tonight regarding Pastor Art’s recent arrest and deplorable treatment inside the Calgary Remand Centre.

February 14, 2022

Happy Valentine’s Day from Coutts AB!

Smiles were in abundance as the kids deliver roses to RCMP officers at the blockade just outside Milk River.


Note: The Emergencies Act modified and replaced the War Measures Act in 1988. It is essentially the same law, and was used during the 1st and 2nd world wars, and during Quebec’s October crisis.

Live interview from Coutts, AB with Alex van Herk.

Alex explains why they are pulling out of Coutts. He states “we may have left Coutts, but we haven’t left the fight”.

Kids at the border blockade in Milk River, AB handing roses to the rcmp on Valentines Day

Thank you Bryden Boyd

February 15, 2022

Take a step back in time with us in Fort Macleod, Alberta

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