Supporters rally in snowstorm outside maximum security prison to show solidarity for prisoners being held without charges or release date.
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In a historic protest, public housing residents brought their demand for repairs funding straight to the federal government on Nov. 20. This was the first time Toronto public housing residents joined forces with city representatives and travelled to Ottawa to bring attention to the affordable housing crisis.
First Nations and environmental activists interrupt Enbridge’s pipeline plans at a National Energy Board hearing in Toronto regarding Line 9B, a pipeline that conveys crude oil between Sarnia, Ontario and Montréal, Quebec.
Idle No More protestors assert treaty rights and nationhood in Toronto, Canada as part of this International Day of Action, October 7, 2013.
Community leaders are worried that diminishing funds for youth programs are going to bring an uprise of violence in troubled communities.
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Protesters occupy a City building because Toronto shelters are over capacity and more people are dying on the streets.
Doctors come together to protest cuts to refugee health care in Ontario.