B.C. minister visits flood-damaged town, promises support to repair damage

Acting Deputy Premier and Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth and Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne tour Princeton, B.C., Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. Princeton, like many parts of the province, was hit with heavy floods and mudslides over the past couple of weeks causing major devastation. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward Acting Deputy Premier and Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth and Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne tour Princeton, B.C., Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. Princeton, like many parts of the province, was hit with heavy floods and mudslides over the past couple of weeks causing major devastation. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

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Protesters arrive on Parliament Hill ahead of main trucker convoy

Consistent honks from truck horns could be heard through the downtown core on Friday as a few hundred participants in the trucker convoy drove into the area and began gathering around Parliament Hill in what's set to be a 'unique, fluid, risky, and significant' protest, according to city officials.

Protesters arrive on Parliament Hill ahead of this weekend's planned freedom convoy demonstration (CTV News)