Ottawa Police Chief Resigns Amid Protests Against Canada’s Vaccine Mandate

OTTAWA (Reuters) — Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly has resigned and will make a public announcement on Tuesday, a Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reporter said, citing sources.

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Sloly was heavily criticized for failing to deal with a truckers’ blockade paralyzing Ottawa.

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