Bill Anderson

director of the Cross Border Institute, and a political scientist at the University of Windsor in Ontario

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Canadian truck drivers and their supporters have moved their anti-vax protests to a key automotive artery connecting the Great White North to the U.S.

Auto supply chain threatened by Canadians protesting COVID mandates

Canadian truck drivers and their supporters have moved their anti-vax protests to a key automotive artery connecting the Great White North to the U.S.

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