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John Bonnar's

John Bonnar is an independent journalist covering social justice events in and around Toronto through print, photo, audio, video and slideshows.

You can connect with him on Facebook (John Bonnar) or on Twitter at @johnb98 or on YouTube at johnb98.

Blog - John Bonnar's May 30
John Bonnar | Creating a 5 foot bike lane - with a 3 foot buffer - in between a 9 foot parking lane and an 11 foot moving lane keeps cyclists from getting “doored” by drivers getting out of their parked cars.
Blog - John Bonnar's May 28
John Bonnar | “Now look what’s happened,” said Ryan. “We have a broken economy and thousands of job losses. And now the public sector is under attack in communities across this province.”
Blog - John Bonnar's May 27
John Bonnar | “For us cycling is an issue of recreation and transportation,” said Mike Brcic. “In other parts of the world a bike can mean the difference between life and death.”
Blog - John Bonnar's May 26
John Bonnar | In spite of repeated pledges to improve access to care and the level of service, one physician said, “The situation has gone from a crisis to a catastrophe.”
Blog - John Bonnar's May 26
John Bonnar | OCAP slammed the planned sale of 371 public housing units by the City of Toronto at a rally Saturday, claiming it will displace tenants from neighbourhoods they’ve lived in for years.
Blog - John Bonnar's May 24
John Bonnar | Deaf student Jenny Blaser has encountered numerous support problems at U of T. The first year linguistics and equity studies major was forced to drop courses when no interpreter was available.
Blog - John Bonnar's May 21
John Bonnar | Joeita Gupta, Vice President External of APUS called the forum "a slick piece of pro-IOC propaganda dressed up as an academic exercise."
Blog - John Bonnar's May 20
John Bonnar | Toronto Tamils continued to protest peacefully Tuesday outside the U.S. Consulate, saying citizens are being denied humanitarian aid in the safety zone.
Blog - John Bonnar's May 20
John Bonnar | Over 100 people participated in a global day of action at Queen's Park on Monday in support of Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who is accused of violating the terms of her house arrest.
Blog - John Bonnar's May 18
John Bonnar | A report on the Tamil protest at Queen's Park on Wednesday, May 13.

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