The Freedom Convoy lives again!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 3, 2022
See for yourself what happened in Ottawa from January 29 to February 20, 2022.
ConvoyLive.com gives you access to more than 400 hours of live footage in a single interactive webpage. Go to a specific point in time, click from hour to hour, or jump to a random event to see what all the noise was about. Watch interviews with truckers, listen to speeches, and enjoy the dance parties through the eyes of the people who were there.
ConvoyLive.com shows a map of downtown Ottawa. Livestreamers appear on the map as pointers that move around. Users can move forward and backward through time to see who was filming, and images below show what was being filmed at the time (including a link to the original video).
This collaboration of fifteen livestreamers (and growing!) from YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram is the definitive source for information on the Ottawa protest. We use metadata and secondary footage to validate the videos, tracking the videographers’ progress through the streets of Ottawa minute by minute. The project has been submitted as evidence for the Public Order Emergency Commission and has been used to find video evidence in support of legal actions.
BREAKING: Open Call for Footage
Were you in Ottawa during the Freedom Convoy protests? Did you film or livestream the activities? 360Press is looking for more footage to add to the growing historical record. We can link to your existing videos on social media or host the videos on your behalf. To get involved email [email protected].
360Press is not associated with any organization (governmental or otherwise). With a focus on Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Citizen Journalism, we strive to preserve a historical record of events that are shaping the political landscape of the western world.
All inquiries can be directed to Jen at [email protected]. Interviews available on request.