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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.

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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.

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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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