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Occupy Canada: City by city

Photo: John Bonnar
The state of the Occupy movement in 11 Canadian cities.

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Out of the parks, into our lives: Move beyond Occupy

Shortly after the Occupy Movement began to make headlines, my friend and comrade Dr. J wrote this on his blog your heart's on the left:

Is occupation a tactic or a principle? Should the focus be on the internal procedures of those actively occupying, or outreach to broader communities and struggles? How do we build a movement of the 99%?

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