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Was the Emergencies Act required?

Posted on 
November 14, 2022

The Emergencies Act Inquiry

There’s less than two weeks left in testimony for the Public Order Emergency Commission which is hearing testimony from all sides into the federal government’s use of the Emergencies Act. On February 14th, the federal government made the declaration to end the occupation of downtown Ottawa along with blockades in Alberta and in Windsor.

Our Unpublished Vote question asked: Was the Emergencies Act required to bring an end to the occupation?​ 

Our audience responded: 

  • 14.2%  = Yes
  • 80.1%  = No
  • 5.7%     = Unsure

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Our Unpublished vote poll question...

Was the Emergencies Act required to end the Ottawa occupation?

The results so far:

Yes =      
No =      
Unsure =      

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