Hundreds of people from southwestern Manitoba took part in the trash in the wardrobe on Saturday.
When traveling to Virden-Brandon, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau protested and there were many problems with the oil sector and taxation.
Many talked about the Canadian economic situation in Canada.
They said they want more money in their pockets, they are not taxed, and they protect pipelines and jobs in the oil industry.
The organizer said the line of the vehicles was almost 10 kilometers.
Rick Walker has been working for oil and gas for 30 years and has organized the event.
But he said he is not fighting for the energy sector, and they think there is a lot of people who can not pay taxes.
Walker said one friend told the coaches about 198 cars, trucks and half.
"Good intention, we're expecting more than ever," said Walker as one of the main event organizers.
The yellow vase coin began in France and grew in 2018. The police, on the other hand, made protests against the rise in fuel prices and the cost of living.
The people leading the convoy on Manitoba's Saturday said that the movement is different.
"The programs are being linked to socialists, I think that this vestment is said to be an average tax payable here, that's enough," said Daman MacGillivray organizer
They were also in favor of the convoy along the way, who were able to protest for the first time.
"We have a voice and we're using it," said Protestant Joyce Muckler.