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After two months, «&nbsp ;the queen of Canada » leaves the village of Richmound

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Romana Didulo claims that she is the queen of the “Kingdom of Canada”.


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Canada's self-proclaimed Queen Romana Didulo and her group left the village school building in Richmound, Saskatchewan, after a two-month stay. This woman is known for her affiliation with the QAnon movement.

Richmound Mayor Brad Miller says the sect left the scene early in the day on Wednesday.

Earlier this week, thanks to videos circulating on the Telegram application, village residents discovered that the group had placed a heater far too close to a propane tank.

According to the mayor, this constitutes a violation of fire prevention rules.

Village officials then sent a fire chief, a building inspector and an enforcement officer to the school on Wednesday, but members of the group prevented them from entering the building. , according to Brad Miller.

He adds, however, that Romana Didulo and her subjects began piling their belongings in their vehicles and left the school shortly after time after.

They immediately started scurrying around like little chickens. They were going crazy and started preparing their recreational vehicles or trailers, he claims.

The group, however, did not surrender very far away, 11 kilometers from the village of Richmound.

According to Brad Miller, the members of this group settled in the rural municipality of Fox Valley , on unused agricultural land, with permission of the owner.

Mr. Miller says he is relieved by the departure of Romana Didulo and her group, but he does not want to declare victory too quickly.

It's a feeling of relief. You don't know this feeling without having experienced such events. However, they are only 11 kilometers from here. We continue to work to get rid of them. I don't care where they are: they have to leave, he says.

Meanwhile, the owner of the old Richmound school who invited Romana Didulo to come live there, Ricky Manz, did not appear in court Thursday to answer a charge of assault.

According to the Court Registry, an arrest warrant has been issued for Ricky Manz. Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said the man had not been arrested as of Friday.

The cult moved into Richmound, Saskatchewan on September 15 and its members began following village residents shortly afterward to film videos of some of them.

Brad Miller claims that these behaviors caused stress and fear among the village residents and that their mental health has been affected.

Members of the group also sent notices to residents and threatened to publicly execute them if they did not comply with the Queen's decrees.

On October 14, the residents of Richmound demonstrated to demand that the group leave the village.

Brad Miller claims that since then, members of the group have stopped filming the residents. He adds, however, that he and a member of the municipal council received formal notices last week. However, no threats have been made against them.

In the meantime, Mr. Miller indicates that the village of Richmound is seeking legal means to rid of Romana Didulo and her group for good.

With information from Laura Sciarpelletti

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116