An Alberta member of the legislature says she is outraged after COVID-19 protesters came to her house on the weekend and hung up a noose.
Tracy Allard calls the threats and intimidation inexcusable and says her private life and her family are out of bounds to protesters.
“It was really disturbing,” Ms. Allard said at the legislature Tuesday.
“The most disturbing piece for me was at the end of it they left a noose – and that is a clear act of aggression and utterly unacceptable.”
Ms. Allard, a United Conservative backbencher for Grande Prairie, said she was travelling to Edmonton on Sunday afternoon when she got a call about a large crowd in front of her house.
She said doorbell cam footage later revealed it was about 30 people.
Ms. Allard said the protesters left behind a crude wooden gallows, with a noose, and the words “No to masks. End the gov’t. Hang ‘em all.”
She posted a picture of it on her Facebook page.
RCMP confirmed they were called to investigate the large…