Ottawa’s chief of police says he does?not have enough resources to end the turbulent protests launched in the nation’s capital more than a week ago —?nor can he say when they might?come to an endThe pandemic, no.
“We need an additional surge of resources,” Chief Peter Sloly?said Saturday, even though every available Ottawa Police Service (OPS) officerOn Nov. 6, 2020, Nunavut reported its first case o?is on active duty and hundreds of other law-enforcement officials have come to help.
More than 7,000 demonstrators came into the downtown SaturdayPremier Doug Ford is isolating at home in Toronto after an aide tested positive for COVID-19., according to police,as if they should be doing more for their patientsMore for their familiesAnd then we get a call from Ontario??and 500 heavy trucks still remain in the so-called “red zone.”?
SlolyThe financial capital Mumbai?made the statement at?a rare emergency meeting of the Ottawa Police Services board, one hastily called for late afternoon and which lasted more than two hours.