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Toronto, Under Protest

Well, that was Toronto, Under Protest. (“Where did they hold the G20 in June 2010?” “Toronto– Under Protest”) It’s been a long and highly eventful six days since I started this mini-blog, Toronto. Protesters and anarchists, police and protesters, riots … Continue reading

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Sunday 27 Events

This is a record of major events that occurred on Sunday. Nothing like as detailed as yesterday’s, but I’ll give links to major events and photographs. Early Morning – Police investigate and arrest individuals engaged in an apparent attempt to … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Update

Torontonians– I woke up to the normal sound of birds this morning before remembering the bizarro world alternate reality we’re living in right now. Here’s the situation: TRAFFIC/TRANSPORT Union station is now open as of 10pm and regular Go Train … Continue reading

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Riot Tactics in Use in Toronto

In a world… In a world like the one we downtown Toronto residents will be living in for hopefully just another 24 hours, it’s important for us to understand things like riot tactics. Mmm, things you’d never thought you’d need … Continue reading

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Sunday 27 Protest Update

Gosh. What a day this has been. Smashed windows, burned police cars. 130 arrests so far and rising. I expect you can hear the helicopters overhead, still buzzing. If you missed the peaceful and violent parts of the protest, you … Continue reading

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Saturday 26 Major Protest Timeline

5,000-6,000 protesters for various causes gathered in the rain between 12pm and 1:30pm at Queen’s Park to protest the G20.They plan to march south on University, west on Queen, north on Spadina, east on College. 12:30 – A small fragment … Continue reading

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Saturday Traffic + Transport (+ Other)

Good morning! It’s a warm, grey day in Toronto– cloudy, with 100% probabliity of protests (also some afternoon rain, but I think we can guarantee protests). Here’s your traffic/transport update for Saturday. Roads closures: Take a look at Saturday’s protest … Continue reading

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