Vancouver City News reports:
School board Chair Rob Zandee says Osoyoos Secondary School and South Okanagan Secondary School in Oliver were targeted by protesters opposing vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions Friday as students were leaving for the weekend.
“I have a fucking right to be in this country, do you?” a woman screams at a young woman of colour. “Are you telling me to go back home?” the student replies.
Later in the video, the woman screams a sexist slur [JMG: “cunt”] at that same student. “You’re literally arguing with children,” someone else can be heard yelling as the woman walks away.
The CBC reports:
Grade 11 student Kai Allen says she and her classmates became aware of the protests around 2:15 p.m. PT, when the convoy, consisting of cars and trucks decorated with flags and anti-mandate slogans, arrived outside.
Allen says several students approached the protesters to find out why they were there, and the conversation turned into an argument about public safety measures.
A woman identified by RCMP as Silke Schulze of Oliver, B.C., can be seen leaning toward the student and yelling. According to RCMP, Schulze has been fined $2,300 under the Access to Services COVID-19 Vaccination Act.
The clip below has gone viral on TikTok.