Deputy PM Freeland says banks and U.S. were worried about convoy | Emergencies Act inquiry

The main point Freeland sought to drive home through her testimony was how gravely concerned senior U.S. officials were about the impact the “Freedom Convoy” protests and border blockades were having on cross-border trade and key Canada-U.S. supply chains. Citing the automotive manufacturing sector repeatedly as a core example, Freeland testified that the federal government feared the border shutdowns would have long-term effects on Canadian companies.

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