Questions swirl about group that's set up 'embassy' at St. Brigid's in Lowertown - 2022-07-19

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F182.png Questions swirl about group that's set up 'embassy' at St. Brigid's in Lowertown July 19, 2022, Dan Taekema, CBC News

It's a striking visual that's captured the attention of community members and left some with questions, including about possible connections to this past winter's Freedom Convoy.

A director for the group flatly denied any link with the protest that shut down part of downtown Ottawa for three weeks this past winter, saying it's not associated with the convoy and anyone who says otherwise is spreading misinformation.

But one of the organization's directors has shared posts about the convoy on social media and a second described herself as an adviser to Dwayne Lich, the husband of convoy leader Tamara Lich, during her bail process.

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{{cite news | first = Dan | last = Taekema | title = Questions swirl about group that's set up 'embassy' at St. Brigid's in Lowertown | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/united-people-canada-st-brigids-lowertown-ottawa-1.6523811 | work = CBC News | date = July 19, 2022 | accessdate = July 23, 2022 }}