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An Ontario police officer is facing disciplinary charges for recording a video while in uniform in which she voiced support for the truckers’ Freedom Convoy protest earlier this year. Constable Erin Howard of the Durham Regional Police is charged with two counts each of discreditable conduct, insubordination, and breach of confidence under the Police Service Act, according to CBC News. In January, Howard posted a minute-long video on social media calling the truck drivers “true heroes” fighting for rights and freedom, as convoys of trucks rolled across Canada towards the national capital to protest against federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates for cross-border truckers.   “I really wanted to give a shout out to all the truckers. I think what you guys are doing is incredible. You’re fighting for our rights and freedoms. And right now, it feels like we’re a little bit at war and those rights and freedoms are at stake. …