Police on alert outside Pallister’s home ahead of planned anti-lockdown rally
Multiple police cars were parked outside Premier Brian Pallister’s home Saturday afternoon, in anticipation of an anti-lockdown protest, which in the end never happened.
According to a post on Facebook, a rally against public health restrictions was planned outside Pallister’s Wellington Crescent home on January 23. Organizers, however, cancelled the event.
CTV News was outside the premier’s house Saturday.
A provincial enforcement officer on scene told CTV News only one protester came out.
In a statement to CTV News, a Winnipeg police spokesperson said the service had “a number of units on Wellington Crescent regarding a demonstration in the area.” The police cruisers have since left.
The anti-lockdown group said it plans to hold a…