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Report of the public inquiry into the 2022 public order emergency / The Honourable Paul S. Rouleau, Commissioner.: CP32-167/2022E-PDF ; CP32-167/1-2022E-PDF ; CP32-167/2-2022E-PDF ; CP32-167/3-2022E-PDF ; CP32-167/4-2022E-PDF ; CP32-167/5-2022E-PDF
"Until February 14, 2022, the Emergencies Act had lain dormant. Then, for the first time, the Federal Government proclaimed a Public Order Emergency. This was done in response to a series of protests that occurred throughout the country, which were, in part, a reaction to years of public health measures enacted to address the COVID-19 pandemic. At the centre of these protests was the Freedom Convoy, a loosely organized collection of groups who travelled across the country to Ottawa, entrenching themselves there for three weeks and demanding radical change to government policies"--Introduction, page 13.
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|Department/Agency||Public Order Emergency Commission (Canada), issuing body.|
|Title||Report of the public inquiry into the 2022 public order emergency / The Honourable Paul S. Rouleau, Commissioner.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Electronic document|| |
|Note(s)|| Cover title. |
Issued also in French under title: Rapport de l'Enquête publique sur l'état d'urgence déclaré en 2022.
Includes bibliographical references.
Volume 1: Overview -- Volume 2: Analysis (Part 1) -- Volume 3: Analysis (Part 2) and Recommendations -- Volume 4: Process and Appendices -- Volume 5: Policy Papers.
Issued also in printed form.
|Publishing information|| [Ottawa] : Public Order Emergency Commission, 2023. |
|Author / Contributor||Rouleau, Paul,1957-|
|Description||1 online resource (5 volumes) : maps, graphs|
|ISBN||9780660466545 9780660466552 9780660466569 9780660466576 9780660466583 9780660466590|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Canada. Emergencies Act. |
War and emergency powers -- Canada.
Emergency management -- Law and legislation -- Canada.
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