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Transport Canada is investigating whether a convoy of Freedom Convoys on a flight was tested for the vaccine

Transport Canada is reviewing a chartered flight from Western Canada to Ottawa last month to ensure that passengers are properly selected for the CVD-19 vaccine.

According to one of the passengers on board, some of the passengers were unvaccinated, in violation of a federal government order that required most air and train passengers to be vaccinated before departure.

“Canada has been notified and is monitoring the airline’s compliance,” Sao Liu, a spokesman for Transport Canada, said in an email.

Last month, protest coordinator Tamara Leach testified in a bail hearing that she arrived in Ottawa on February 2 under the cover of a charity called “Joseph”.

In fact, the plane they were traveling in was very small – the twin-engine turbo-prop had to make several stops on the way to Ottawa with a certain area.

“That plane was not the most powerful private jet we have ever spent in luxury space and time,” said Chad Iros, a Saskatchewan accountant who traveled to Ottawa to address issues related to Gofendme’s multi-source funding.

Eros is now the Acting President of the Federal Corporation, which has established itself as a source of funding for the Freedom of Funding Fund, Freedom 2022 Human Rights and Freedoms.

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In a Facebook video, Eros said he helped arrange the flight to bring the lawyers who were assisting the convoy to Ottawa. He said some of those who came to the Ottawa protests because of the federal government’s vaccination order last fall were unable to fly commercial flights and were considering using chartered flights.

“They don’t even know how to get to Ottawa because most of them were not vaccinated,” he said.

In fact, according to Transport Canada, passengers flying on most chartered flights from most Canadian airports must provide CV-19 vaccine certification before boarding, except in remote communities.

“Charter flights are included in the immunization requirements – they carry commercial passengers and the rules apply to passengers and aircraft,” Transport Canada said in an email.

Other charter companies he spoke to on CTV News said they also need to be vaccinated on private charter.

A number of lawyers from the Edmonton-based Center for Constitutional Freedom came to Ottawa to represent protest coordinators during the protests.

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Eros supports the opposition.

“They were willing to fly us at a very low price, basically for fuel,” he said in the video.

Eros said the company was hit by a vaccine order and was forced to close half of its business.

He describes his flight to Alta, then to Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, on his last-minute trip – to South Regina, and then to Ontario.

Flight records obtained by CTV News were similarly obtained that day by North Air Charter (PR) Inc. They show a plane flying over the Peace River, Alberta, operated by an airline operator.

The company will depart from Calgary to Edmonton, Medical Helmet, Saskatchewan, Regina, Winnipeg and Thunder Bay on February 2 at 2 p.m.

North American President Nathan Hilman did not respond to repeated phone calls, emails and fax comments.

In addition to the charter, the company provided planned services from the Selam River to western Canada, but the roads were temporarily suspended due to the outbreak, the website reported.

Chad Eros did not respond to CTV News inquiries about the flight or its funding.

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