Ottawa — Tamara Lich, the organizer of the Freedom Convoy, will appear in Ottawa court for bail hearing after being arrested last week for violating one of her bail conditions.
She was arrested in the Medicine Hat in Alta, where she lives, on an arrest warrant sought by Ottawa police throughout Canada.
Police transferred her to the capital and she was detained on the weekend after temporarily appearing in front of a judge in Ottawa on Thursday.
Lich was a key representative of a large-scale protest that overtook the downtown streets of the capital for more than three weeks in February.
Chris Barber, the organizer of the opposition movement with her, has been jointly accused of mischief, police obstruction, counseling others to mischief, and threatening.
She was released under various conditions, including a ban from all social media and an order not to support anything related to “Freedom Convoy”.
Police have not disclosed how she was accused of violating the law.