Following a successful May Day rally and march, Occupy Toronto held their ground and refused to budge after they “re-occupied” Simcoe Park in downtown Toronto Tuesday evening.
When police threatened - at the request of the City - to arrest and remove protesters from the park if they stayed past midnight, Occupy held a General Assembly and unanimously decided to stay put.
Click here to see more photos from Wednesday's rally.
Twenty minutes later, Toronto Parks and Recreation reversed their decision.
Occupy: 1 City of Toronto: 0.