Super Bowl, COVID-19 protests in Canada, Winter Olympics: The weekend’s biggest news.
Super Bowl, COVID-19 protests in Canada, Winter Olympics: The weekend’s biggest news.

Super Bowl, COVID-19 protests in Canada, Winter Olympics: The weekend’s biggest news.

The Cincinnati Bengals host the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 56

Super Bowl 56, the 285th and final game of the NFL’s longest season, arrives Sunday and it’s down to the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams (NBC, 6:30 p.m. ET). The Bengals are appearing in the Super Bowl for the third time in franchise history and are seeking their first ever championship. The Rams – the second team in so many years to play the Super Bowl at their home stadium – last won the Super Bowl in 2000 while still in St. Louis. Louis. The quarterback match sees veteran Matthew Stafford, who has reached many new heights after a decade plus having played for the Detroit Lions, with Joe Burrow, who has the Bengals in the Super Bowl in just his second NFL season. But Super Bowl 56 can be decided in the trenches, with the Rams’ triple-year defensive player Aaron Donald and veteran edge-rusher Von Miller going against what could be an overmatched Bengals offensive line. This is how you look.

The police dissolves protests at the US and Canada border

The ongoing protest against COVID-19 restrictions was broken up as police swept through the demonstration near the Ambassador Bridge, which connects Detroit with Canada on Sunday, arresting a few truck drivers and other protesters still trying to block the country’s largest border crossing. On Saturday, many protesters traveled after officers wearing neon yellow vests over their uniforms warned protesters over a loudspeaker system that they would be arrested if they did not go. It was not immediately clear when the bridge, which was shut down by protests for a week, would reopen. The closure of the bridge has severely hampered trade between the United States and Canada and caused the car industry to slow down production in both countries.

The police go on the queue to remove all truck drivers and supporters, after a court of law, the police gave the power to enforce the law, after protesters blocked the access of the Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor, while truck drivers and their supporters continue to protest against Covid-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions in Windsor, Ontario, Sunday, February 13, 2022.

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