Supporters rally around Canadian trucker convoy providing food, gas and rides

The “Freedom Convoy” is composed of truckers and other protesters who are demanding the Canadian government end federal COVID-19 mandates including vaccine requirements for cross-border travel.

“There’s people knocking on my door every five minutes wanting to give,” Travis, a trucker from New Brunswick, told Fox News. “There has been nothing but caring, sharing and giving.” 


Another trucker, Mat, said: “There’s been so many people coming up to us and shaking our hands and helping us with food and drinks and whatnot.” 


“The support has been incredible,” he continued. “I’ve never seen anything like it. I’ve never been more proud to be Canadian.”

Andrew, another trucker, told Fox News: “I got guys that come up to my door and offer me cash donations. I refuse. I don’t want cash. I’m not doing this to make money. I’m doing this for the choice, for everybody’s choice, for freedoms.” 

Two college students, Nathan Savoy and Dylan Gordon, set up folding tables and water boilers on the first day of the convoy to hand out coffee and tea outside the Canadian Parliament building. They were still providing food, drinks, clothes and other goods nearly a week later.

“Anyone who is hungry is being fed,” Savoy told Fox News.

“We’ve had people filling up backpacks who need it and keeping people fueled up and fighting for freedom,” he continued. “We’re going to be out here as long as it takes.”

Man grabs a snack from Dylan and Nathan's table.

Man grabs a snack from Dylan and Nathan’s table.

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