Participants share why they join the Freedom Chain

From Victoria, British Columbia to Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, a show showing the unity and affection of thousands of Canadians across the country. Freedom Chain 2022 Movement on March 5th.

First conceived in the summer of 2021, the organizers have collaborated with volunteers over the past few months in group activities to bring people together and emphasize love and fellowship with Canadians around the world.

This event was characterized by people holding hands to form a chain of people. For example, from a family in Goldstream, western Victoria, to Salmon Arm, British Columbia, from Bellville to Havelock, to Peterborough, Ontario.

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Demonstrators will attend the Freedom Chain Event on March 5, 2022 in Peterborough, Ontario. (CalebShipman)

Freedom Chain 2022 was a truly national experience, representing virtually every state.

Teresa Sinclair teamed up with others in Winnipeg, Manitoba to make a moving post on her Facebook page.

“It’s no exaggeration to say that the Freedom Chain was successful,” she said. “I’m not going to lie. I’m a little emotional to see these amazing photos and videos where many of our freedom fighters are literally gathering hand in hand from coast to coast. This is just one of the reasons I’m so proud to be Canadian, because we’re really together. “

At the same time that Sinclair was in Winnipeg, Sasha Pastelnack was part of a large group in the Shuswap region in the interior of southern British Columbia.

“You want to be on the right side of history. That’s why I’ll continue to help whenever I come out to all of these different villages. And I just want to be with people. It’s Good. I feel the love of God, and that’s great, “Pastelnack told The Epoch Times.

Freedom Chain 2022 leaders say the decision to host the event has nothing to do with recent rallies across the country, including the Freedom Convoy earlier this year, where thousands of truck drivers and their supporters gathered in Ottawa. I’m emphasizing.

Freedom chains were designed as an independent opportunity to encourage Canadians to show love across the country, they said, because leaders in various regions did not want their personal ego to overtake the message. Asked to remain anonymous.

“It’s about the country, about the world, about the gathering of all,” one of the Ontario organizers told The Epoch Times. “It’s not the choice we make, it’s unity, peace, and love for each other for who we are. And I’m just a Canadian, attracting people and they. Gives a place to go to. “

“Stand freely side by side”

The same message was repeated by the Freedom Chain Leader on Vancouver Island. Freedom chain leaders have provided additional encouragement to those who may have lost hope due to COVID fatigue and other annoying world events.

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Demonstrators will participate in the Freedom Chain on March 5, 2022 in Peterborough, Ontario. (CalebShipman)

“I want to stay true to our chain of freedom, and we just want to show unity, freedom and love,” she told The Epoch Times. “It is to have love and to show that we are loved and united. The government cannot rob it from every individual in this country. They rob it from the people of this world. No. They can’t oblige us to do that, and we have to show it. “

Another organizer brought in the experience of spending time in Ottawa during the Freedom Convoy protest, where she witnessed a gathering of unity and love. She knew that the same spirit could be brought together in the South Okanagan region of British Columbia.

In an interview with The Epoch Times, she explained the energy of the crowd under the clear blue sky and warm late winter sun.

“Oh my goodness, it was the best turnout, and there were huge shows nationwide,” she said. “It’s freedom, unity, and everyone is free to stand side by side. This is the correct name and what it stands for.

“We are divided into two layers, right? And one of the things I learned from going to Ottawa and meeting so many people on earth is that this is a vaxxed vs. unvaxxed move. It wasn’t. It’s not about it at all. I just want freedom. “

Several social media pages have been created for different parts of the country, including a national page to unify the movement. Many followers are eager to host a Freedom Chain event, but future dates have not yet been officially announced.

Jeff Sandes


Jeff Sandes is a freelance contributor to The Epoch Times based in the Vancouver area.