A plea hearing for the Bowsman man accused of ramming the gate of Rideau Hall and threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been postponed.

Corey Hurren appeared virtually this morning before his hearing was moved to February 5th so he can be transferred to Ottawa.

Hurren faces 22 criminal charges after allegedly driving his truck through the gates of Trudeau’s home and uttering threats back on July 2nd.

According to the RCMP’s investigation, Hurren wanted Trudeau arrested for a number of policy decisions that include the new firearms restrictions and the federal government’s COVID-19 response.