convoy: Upon their return to Alberta, 11 days after the convoy rolled out, members said their message was heard, according to CTV. The trip was fantastic. The United We Roll campaign, which was more than 150 trucks strong, arrived in Ottawa championing Alberta, the oil and gas industry and its workers. It was unbelievable what the support was like right across Canada. They were really happy that we were doing this for Canada. In every community we went to there were people out in full force supporting the movement, said Edmonton's Les Michaelson during the convoy's stop in Airdrie. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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