Khadr pay-out protest planned for Parliament Hill

While Canadians have been venting their frustrations about the Omar Khadr pay-out on social media and over the airwaves, they’ll now have a chance to take it right to Parliament Hill.

A group of activists have secured a permit for Sunday, July 30 to voice their displeasure right on the east lawn of the parliament buildings. It will commence at 11 a.m.

“The purpose is to show support for the two victim families – the Speers and Layne Morris,” says lead organizer Georgeanne Burke, a long-time Conservative strategist and consultant.