Banks begin to freeze accounts: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada's federal police force, provided a list of people participating, helping, or donating to the protests to all major banks with the intention of freezing accounts.
- Trudeau's emergency orders “require virtually every participant in the Canadian financial system — banks, investment firms, credit unions, loan companies, securities dealers, fundraising platforms, and payment and clearing services."
- The Canadian Civil Liberties Association plans to sue the federal government, saying the emergency act infringes on Canadians’ Charter rights.
Ottawa police arrest organizers on the street: The two top organizers of the Convoy, Tamara Lich and Chris Barber, were arrested on the streets on Thursday as part of the recent crackdown.
- Both have been charged with a number of offenses, including “counseling to commit mischief.”
Trump supporters “oughta be worried”: Canadian Justice Minister David Lametti issued a warning to supporters of Donald Trump who donated to the Freedom Convoy from the United States.
- “I think if you are a member of a pro-Trump movement who's donating hundreds of thousands of dollars and millions of dollars to this kind of thing, then you oughta be worried.”