"Seeing a brilliant aurora is a life changing experience," climatologist Brian Brettschneider, who posted the footage, told Newsweek.
Svyatik Artemenko, a Ukrainian-born goalkeeper whose family emigrated to Canada when he was 2, put his career on hold to enlist in Ukraine's military.
Snow Lake Lithium plans to open North America's first hydroelectric-powered lithium mine as a sustainable supply chain solution.
"That's probably one of the best photos of light pillars I've ever seen," said northern lights photographer Justin Anderson.
"We will not hesitate to take appropriate enforcement action and other measures to prevent future violations," Transport Canada said.
King documented his arrest in a Facebook livestream last week and had hoped to get out on $50,000 bail, which a fellow protester offered to guarantee.
Author Nick Adams said truckers are being attacked by "radical leftists like Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau."
Runner David Eliuk was looking for something "off the wall" to challenge himself. Now, he is likely a world record holder.
The Rideau Center had been closed since Freedom Convoy protesters arrived there on January 28.
"At the moment, it really kinda sucks to live here. It really feels like there's no hope and no future in this country," the man said in the video.
Lich was charged with counseling to commit mischief by allegedly helping to organize truck protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
"The situation is still fragile, the state of emergency is still there," the Canadian prime minister said Monday.
Two such workers were publicly named in a report published by The Globe and Mail.
Police in British Columbia, Canada, are investigating after "aggressive protesters...surrounded members of the media."
The political commentator said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had "fundamentally declared himself dictator and is waging war on innocent Canadian protesters."
"One guy actually spit at us, others called us Nazis," said CTV journalist Glen McGregor.
The senator shared the tweet from a Fox News network contributor who later apologized for reporting the misinformation.
"We were slow and methodical, yet you were assaultive and aggressive with officers and the horses," police said Saturday.
Chris Barber was released on the condition that he not speak publicly in support of the protests while his case proceeds.
Police officers on horseback allegedly paved through a crowd of Canadian protesters known as the "Freedom Convoy."
King's arrest would be the third among protest organizers, following the charges laid against Tamara Lich and Chris Barber a day earlier.
On Thursday, Eric Mueller, a key figure in the Ottawa protests, drove away from the Fairmont Chateau Laurier after spending 20 days in the nation's capital.
"You see issues like Crimea and Ukraine, in particular, and other areas now pressuring this bubble, this balloon, that was around the Arctic," U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair Michael Sfraga told Newsweek.
Under the Emergencies Act, banks have been prohibited from providing "any financial or related services" to people connected with the protests in Ottawa.
About 20 people wearing masks attacked the Coastal GasLink on Thursday with axes and tried to set a vehicle on fire while someone was still inside.
"We want the mandates over for the whole the country. End the mandates," said protest leader Pat King.
The progressive Democrat said media reporting about people who had given money to the Canadian truckers' protest could lead to harassment.
The Department of Homeland Security has since warned that similar protests could begin in the U.S.
"There's rabble-rousers, and there are just hardworking people that just don't believe in it, and that's their choice," Doug Ford said.
"There's no money to be made down here," the owner of one Ottawa restaurant told Newsweek.