Ottawa braces for Canada Day disruptions while Poilievre marches with convoy protesters

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The nation’s capital is preparing for the first in-person celebrations for Canada Day, which are expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people.

But police are also bracing for the return of anti-government demonstrations, just months after convoy protesters caused prolonged, widespread disruptions to the city.

Kyle Benning shows you how Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre showed his support for these demonstrators, and why this could be the start of a noisy summer in Ottawa.

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