About this blog
In the winter of 2022, working class Canadians brought joy, hugs, dogs, and children to Ottawa. They played road hockey. They danced. They made noise.
The Freedom Convoy gave new hope to the weary, the excluded, the disheartened. In return, it was showered with love, thanks, food, and funds.
Canadian truckers changed the course of history - and inspired people around the world. Those involved deserve credit and respect.
To read blog posts in the order they appeared, click ‘Archive’ at the top of this page, and start reading from the bottom upward.
Journalist and photographer Donna Laframboise is writing a book about the truckers and their supporters. This blog is a first draft. When you subscribe, new posts are emailed to you.
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Donna is a former National Post and Toronto Star columnist. She’s the author of three books, including an exposé of the United Nations climate panel.
She has blogged at BigPicNews.com since 2009, and is a past Vice President of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
Donna’s 2016 report, Peer Review: Why skepticism is essential, explores the many shortcomings of scientific publishing.
Donna’s 2021 report, Big Bad Tech: When censorship goes corporate, describes how history is being erased by unaccountable Silicon Valley giants.
Donna’s 2021 report, The Hounding of Roger Pielke Jr., demonstrates that politically incorrect academics have long been targeted.