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rabbleTV: First eviction notices go up at Occupy Toronto

Police began securing eviction notices at the Occupy Toronto campsite in St. James Park on Monday, Nov. 21. Photo: Wayne MacPhail
rabbleTV: Police move in at Occupy Toronto following a court decision.

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Occupy Toronto a welcome shelter of support for mental health

Occupy Toronto, day 31. Photo: John Bonnar
With no greater support, protesters with mental health issues await an eviction attempt with dread.

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Occupy Wall Street is raided

From the Occupy Wall Street Livestream.
The police clear out Occupy Wall Street site after two months, destroying the camp and property.

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Occupy Vancouver prepared for potential police violence: Medics

The first aid tent at Occupy Vancouver. Photo: David P. Ball

Volunteer medics at Occupy Vancouver -- including an emergency room nurse and a first aid responder trained in the military -- are preparing for the worst as political rhetoric over the three-week-old encampment escalates.

After the death this weekend of Ashlie Gough, 23, in the camp, Mayor Gregor Robertson has come under pressure from his right-leaning opponent in the upcoming city election, Suzanne Anton, to remove Occupy Vancouver's tent city -- although the mayor said Sunday he was happy to let the protest continue, without people sleeping in tents. Stronger warnings from City Hall have medics at the encampment worried.


March leads to occupation of Bay Street TD branch

Nine hundred CUPW and community protesters march in Toronto's financial district. Photo: Jesse McLaren
Nine hundred CUPW and community protesters march in Toronto's financial district.

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TODAY: Indignez-Vous! Hope in Resistance conference: Watch LIVE

rabble.ca is the proud media sponsor of Indignez-Vous! Hope in Resistance. We will live-stream the event this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22. Check out the speakers and seminars here. For the live-stream in English, starting Oct. 21 at 7 p.m., click here. For the live-stream in French, click here.


One night down and more to come for Occupy Toronto

Photo: John Bonnar
From the second day of Occupy Toronto.

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Occupy Toronto: Night one

Photo: John Bonnar
The start of the action.

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Occupy Canada: What we want

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