Food committee member Antonin has concerns about how the camp is being run. Carly, a marshall, does what she can to help the camp run smoothly. Stefonknee updates listeners on Women's Council and daily yoga sessions at the camp. Megan Kinch from the Toronto Media Co-op handed out Issue #5 of 99: Dispatches from Occupy Toronto and explained how the Free Skool operates.
Norman, an 82-year-old activist, has visited the camp six times and keeps his friends updated via email. Gary and Susan brought their six-year-old son down to St. James Park to get a first hand experience. Retired CAW staffer Steve Watson and John Hart, CAW Local 252, visited the camp and brought donations.
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