Police in Niagara say the closures along Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) “remain in place” on Sunday as protests in solidarity with anti-mandate demonstrations in Ottawa persist near the Peace Bridge border crossing between Fort Erie, Ont., and Buffalo, N.Y.
Niagara Regional Police, said there are a “small numbers of protesters” but “no issues or concerns.”
the Peace Bridge “remains open” to traffic.
The protesters are demonstrating in solidarity with the so-called “freedom convoy” anti-mandate demonstrations taking place in Ottawa and across the country.
The demonstrations, initially aimed at denouncing vaccine mandates for truck drivers crossing the Canada-U.S. border have since morphed into a protest against a variety of COVID-19 restrictions and the federal government.