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Toronto police and security personnel are seen through an orange fence during the eviction. Image: Rafi Aaron/Used with permission
Cathy Crowe | Toronto's mayor John Tory continues to defy international public health guidelines to not evict encampments and employ a human rights approach.
Columnists
City workers dismantle the encampment at Trinity Bellwoods Park. Image: Paul Salvatori/Used with Permission
Rick Salutin | "I understand, people pay millions of dollars for nice lavish condos that look over the park here and I'm doing it for free...you want me to leave? Fine, I'll leave, I get it."
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City workers, some in white hazmat suits ready to begin dismantling people's homes and load material into a white city truck. Image credit: Paul Salvatori/Used with Permission
Cathy Crowe | This week's militarized operation to evict two dozen people from a Toronto park shows the huge failure of Toronto City Council and its mayor to achieve the human right to housing.
Book Review
Sarah Hipworth | Author Lesley Wood sheds light on the dynamics of protest policing and how these will be affected with legislation like Bill C-51.