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Ottawa police pledge action 'in the coming days' as peaceful protests head into 4th straight weekend

CTV News: 'Interim Ottawa Police Chief Steve Bell, who replaced former police chief Peter Sloly this week following his resignation, told city council on Wednesday afternoon that the police plan "will take time" but Canadians can expect to see action "in the coming days."

'"Every step will be considered and methodical," he said. "Some of the techniques we are lawfully able and prepared to use are not what we're used to seeing in Ottawa, but we are prepared to use them and whatever means necessary to bring about the safest outcome and restore order." The Ontario Provincial Police and RCMP are currently aiding Ottawa Police through a newly established integrated command centre.'

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