G20 Public Hearing November 10 - 12: Follow LIVE

On Nov. 10 and 11, 2010, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the National Union of Public and General Employees co-host two days of public hearings to examine police activity during the recent G20 Summit in Toronto. They have invited members of the public affected by G20 Summit security to attend this event to speak about how their contact with the police during the G20 Summit impacted them personally.



Activist Communique blogger, Krystalline Kraus, live blogs G20 Public Hearings on November 10th and 11th.



The CCLA's Penelope Chester will pick up the live blog for the Montreal hearings, on Friday, November 12.



Tune in to our Cover It Live coverage below, beginning 9AM EST on Wednesday November 10th.



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