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PHOTOS: Truck convoy rolls through Okotoks

Over 100 trucks, many of which were semis or other commercial transport trucks displaying flags and signage, started in Nanton, driving through High River, then Okotoks, making their way slowly up Southridge and Northridge Drive.
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A semi moves slowly up the left lane of Northridge Drive as a pickup paces it with hazard lights flashing to the right on Jan. 23 during part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. (Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY)
SA-FREEDOM TRUCKS BWC 2438
Commercial trucks and other vehicles move slowly up Northridge Drive on Jan. 23 as part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. (Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY)
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Commercial trucks and other vehicles move slowly up Northridge Drive on Jan. 23 as part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. (Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY)
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Commercial trucks and other vehicles move slowly up Northridge Drive on Jan. 23 as part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. Over 100 trucks, many of which were semis or other commercial transport trucks displaying flags and signage started in Nanton, driving through High River, then Okotoks, making their way slowly up Southridge and Northridge Drive. Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY
SA-FREEDOM TRUCKS BWC 2538 web
Commercial trucks and other vehicles move slowly up Northridge Drive on Jan. 23 as part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. Over 100 trucks, many of which were semis or other commercial transport trucks displaying flags and signage started in Nanton, driving through High River, then Okotoks, making their way slowly up Southridge and Northridge Drive. Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY
SA-FREEDOM TRUCKS BWC 2557 web
Commercial trucks and other vehicles move slowly up Northridge Drive on Jan. 23 as part of a national convoy protesting vaccine mandates for commercial truckers. Over 100 trucks, many of which were semis or other commercial transport trucks displaying flags and signage started in Nanton, driving through High River, then Okotoks, making their way slowly up Southridge and Northridge Drive. Brent Calver/OkotoksTODAY