Concerns as convoy-connected group establishes in Ottawa neighbourhood - 2022-07-20

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F0.png Concerns as convoy-connected group establishes in Ottawa neighbourhood July 20, 2022, CTV Ottawa

The stark red banners hanging from St. Brigid's church on Saint Patrick Street are nearly impossible to miss; the white insignia of a tree adorned with maple leaves offering neighbours little indication as to who is behind the new developments at the deconsecrated church.

The group is known as The United People of Canada, a self-described federally incorporated "not-for-profit social enterprise organization."

Corporate documents show three members on the group's board of directors: Kimberley Ward, William Komer, and Diane Nolan.

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{{cite news | title = Concerns as convoy-connected group establishes in Ottawa neighbourhood | url = https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/concerns-as-convoy-connected-group-establishes-in-ottawa-neighbourhood-1.5994659 | work = CTV Ottawa | date = July 20, 2022 | accessdate = July 22, 2022 }}