This is not about public safety or other inconveniences but rather about the inconvenient message the occupiers are championing.
More than a thousand delegates to the Canadian Union of Public Employees’ biennial convention in Vancouver rallied to support the worldwide “Occupy” movement.
In this episode, intrepid rabble reporters talk to the people who chose to #occupy. Michael Stewart heads to Vancouver, while Matthew Adams and Meagan Perry take on Toronto.
Watch the re-broadcast of "Indignez-Vous! Hope in Resistance" conference held October 21-22 in Montreal.
The Occupy Wall Street/Occupy Canada protests seem to be occupying – and perhaps unhinging – the minds of media pundits.
Indignez-vous - a public forum hosted by the Council of Canadians - opened on Friday evening with guests Maude Barlow, Ellen Gabriel, Louis Roy and Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.
It's day three, and Occupy Toronto is going strong. A large labour contingent joined as the activists joined Ryerson University social justice days. Photos by Toronto photographer John Maclennan.
About 25 Council of Canadians chapters participated in 21 occupations across Canada this weekend.
A few images from Sunday morning, October 16, at Occupy Baltimore.
Occupy Wall Street comes to Canada. October 15, 2011 in Montreal, OWS-inspired activists take over Square Victoria in the city's financial centre.