John Bonnar

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John Bonnar is an independent journalist producing print, photo, video and audio stories about social justice issues in and around Toronto.

Thousands rally for education in Toronto

Ontario teachers, support staff, parents and other unionists came to Queen's Park on Tuesday with one message for the Premier and his Education Minister: Negotiate. Don't legislate.

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Returning to St. James Park

Photo Art: John Bonnar
It almost seems as if they were never here in the first place. People shuffle through St. James Park as if Occupy Toronto never existed.

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Occupy Toronto in its third week

Photo: John Bonnar
Occupy Toronto prepares for winter.

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One night down and more to come for Occupy Toronto

Photo: John Bonnar
From the second day of Occupy Toronto.

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Occupy Toronto: Night one

Photo: John Bonnar
The start of the action.

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Toronto awaits the full horror of Ford cuts

A community meeting at Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto to discuss the cuts to social service program by the Rob Ford administration at Toronto City Hall. Photo: John Bonner
Neighbours break bread and discuss the fight ahead.

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Proud of Mad Pride

Photo: madpridenetwork.com
Toronto Mad Pride Week, designed to educate, raise awareness, diminish isolation and diffuse the power of the stigma of mental illness.

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Toronto's homeless death toll continues to climb

A homeless man in central Toronto, at the end of the G20 summit, June 25, 2010. Photo: nouspique/flickr
A monthly vigil is held to remember those who have died homeless in Toronto.

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