Sunday, April 14, 2024
Sunday, April 14, 2024
Sunday, April 14, 2024

Canadian Trucker Says He Witnessed a ‘COVID-19 Checkpoint’ Where Motorists Were Given ‘$230 Fines’

»

Published

»

Friendly Notice

Your Content, a digital media platform owned by Original Media Group Corporation, is an educational not-for-profit organization headquartered in Pennsylvania. The publication is run by a team of artists and journalists who create and publish content on a range of topics, including news, politics, lifestyle, and entertainment.

Recently, AtNight Media LLC (d/b/a AtNight Media Group) has expressed an interest in acquiring the publication. As part of the acquisition review process, Your Content's operations have been temporarily halted. The audit will involve a thorough evaluation of the publication's financial, legal, and operational aspects. This will ensure that the acquisition is in line with the best interests of all parties involved.

The temporary halt of operations means that Your Content's website and social media accounts will not be updated until further notice. However, the team at Your Content remains committed to delivering high-quality content to its readers and viewers. The publication will resume its operations as soon as the acquisition review is complete.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding.

Sign up with Your Content for the latest updates. Have a story or news tip? Contact our 24/7 newsroom at 833.336.8013 or email us.

A truck driver has made damning allegations that police in Canada have built coronavirus check-points to catch and fine vehicles with two or more motorists from different households, Your Content has learned.

“COVID checkpoints are a real thing, stopping anyone in a car with two or more people, $230 ticket.” wrote Victor Falch.

“What a cash grab eh?”

However, police in Canada shut the claim down, dubbing it fake news.

RCMP E Division confirmed to Global News they do not have any record of any fines being issued around this subject and no record of enforcement.

- Advertisement -

“Have you heard the rumours circulating that we’re issuing fines for people driving together if they’re not from the same address? False! Surrey RCMP have not issued any such tickets, nor is there a provision or authority to do so,” they said on Twitter.

Cpl. Joanie Sidhu, media relations office for Surrey RCMP, told Global News Friday that they have not had direct reports from the public of these instances but they have heard the rumours and that is what made them send the tweet.

“Our officers are conducting routine road checks, as they normally would, and perhaps during those checks, depending on the circumstances, they may ask individuals if they are from the same household and then provide information and education to those individuals if it is a situation where they should be wearing masks,” she said.

Your Content is a publication centered around breaking news, trends, and true crime investigations. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published.

Ohio High School Principal Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

Robert Griffiths, the principal of an Ohio high school, has resigned following allegations of...

Serial Bank Robber Arrested in Metro Atlanta Following Multi-Agency Investigation

Dallas, Georgia, police, in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, have successfully apprehended a...

Search for Armed Robbery Suspect in Maumelle Dollar General

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is requesting public help in identifying a suspect involved...

Birmingham Police Arrest Man as Investigation into Father’s Disappearance Takes a Dark Turn

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Birmingham Police Department has reported a significant development in a...