This would be yesterday evening at Freedom Convoy ex-HQ, where numerous racists, bigots, white nationalists, anti-Semites, anti-vaxxers, anti-mandaters and other assorted grifters and failed examples of human beings gathered to tell their colleagues they would be sleeping in their car tonight and did anyone have a spare toothbrush or some clean underwear and maybe a sandwich?
I believe I speak for all of Lowertown in sending The United People of Canada this going away card:
RUH ROH: This sounds moderately unlawful:
P.S. Good piece by the CBC, including this truly head-scratching pronouncement from TUPOC director Diane Nolan on whether rent had been paid:
Diane, sweetie ... either you're taking the position that the rent was paid, or you're not ... this sort of thing is not normally open to interpretation. That's kind of the way rent works, know what I'm saying?
There's something weird about an organization that, on the one hand, claims to have an entire team of crack, elite and crack legal professionals while, on the other hand, can't seem to figure out how to hand over a rent cheque.
P.P.S. The first part of the CBC video with Nolan is hilarious in its utter irrelevance, in that it seems that the interviewer asked her something straightforward like, "Did you pay the rent?", whereupon Nolan goes full-metal dingbat, yammering on about being from the heart, and voting red and orange, and community, and think of the children, and ... and ... well, it reminds one of this classic discovery exchange involving former NBA owner Donald Sterling, who ... oh, just read it: