After a large march and rally against the meeting of the G20, police attacked a crowd of peaceful protesters in Queen's Park.
Dave Coles, president of the Communications Energy and Paperworkers Union, warns police not to move on peaceful protesters.
Unlike what you have likely seen on CBC or CTV, this is what the majority of activists were doing on Saturday in Toronto.
Among the leaders it has all been photo-ops and handshakes. Right now, the first plenary of the G20 is only just beginning with the official opening reception featuring leaders and wives.
rabbletv caught up with Jack Layton at the G8/G20 summit and asked him what his thoughts were on the progress and relevance of the summit.
G8 Leaders fail world's women and children. Harper unable to rally support for his maternal and child health initiative.
Together with Stephen Harper, McGuinty has helped to create a Fortress Toronto that has some comparing the suspension of democratic rights to the War Measures Act imposed by Trudeau in 1970.
After the past few days, Afghanistan may now be the last thing that U.S. President Obama wants discussed at the G8/G20. But that's where the anti-war movement comes in, with a rally on June 26.
Tickets are still available, but going fast. Those disrupted by the G20 summit are invited to go to http://www.canadians.org/g20/event.html for more details.
Council of Canadians national chairperson Maude Barlow opened the event, challenging the legitimacy of the of the G8 and G20, noting the costs of the summits.