Occupy Toronto: Day 2

The second day of the official occupation of a usually-empty park, blocks away from the heart of the financial district, was pretty low key. The multi-generation protesters of Occupy Toronto that took part in the march on Saturday had largely disappeared, leaving behind a gaggle of student-aged people who sat around the park reading books, setting up tents and painting slogans onto pieces of cardboard. A few political evangalists held court, while a group of loosely-organized young people attempted to plan a meeting, in hopes of making their message clear. It’s worth checking out if only to read the homemade signs.


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