Some cool Occupy Toronto images:

Dee Occupy Toronto
Occupy Toronto
Image by LexnGer
After yesterday’s ruling that the "eviction" stands, and a park full of people as we drove by last night on our way back into town, the Occupy Toronto village is still solidly entrenched in St. James Park.
Some tents have been removed. The Yurts are being taken down and the kitchen has been removed to protect valuables. The city has provided trucks to help people move their gear.
But the park still has residents in it. The media still surrounds the park. The signs have taken a much more militant spin.
The Library is no longer Open and is now barricaded. Other structures have barricades around them too.

I would love to see this end peacefully.
Please. Everyone.

An Occupy Toronto protestor speaks out against poverty
Occupy Toronto
Image by Jason Hargrove
Occupy Toronto is a peaceful protest that began on October 15, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, near Bay Street in the Financial District of the downtown core. It is related to the ongoing Occupy Wall Street movement that began in New York City on September 17, 2011.


Photography by Jason Hargrove

Occupy Toronto March
Occupy Toronto
Image by Nicolai Grut
Occupy Toronto Supporters on Yonge Street
November 19 2011


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