OTTAWA JUDGE GRANTS INJUNCTION TO SILENCE TRUCK HORN HONKING FOR 10-DAYS

Feb 07, 2022

By Bob Komsic

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The sounds of silence are to return to downtown Ottawa now that an Ontario Superior Judge has granted an injunction to prevent protesting truckers from honking incessantly.
”Tooting a horn is not an expression of any great thought I’m aware of,” said Justice Hugh McLean.
The injunction is temporary as the judge says he needs to hear more evidence, but has heard enough to make this ruling.
The request came out of a proposed class-action lawsuit filed¬†Friday, by lawyer Paul Champ who’d argued the honking is causing irreparable harm.
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