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Toronto May Day – ReOccupy Toronto

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An Occupy Toronto protestor, attempting to set up a tent reacts as Toronto Police enforce the bylaw forbidding any structures be erected in Simcoe Square. The protest camp is directly across the street from the Metro Toronto Convention Center where Barrick Gold Corporation will be holding their annual general meeting May 2, 2012. <br /> <br /> <em>Christopher Drost/Torontoist</em>
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An Occupy Toronto protestor, attempting to set up a tent reacts as Toronto Police enforce the bylaw forbidding any structures be erected in Simcoe Square. The protest camp is directly across the street from the Metro Toronto Convention Center where Barrick Gold Corporation will be holding their annual general meeting May 2, 2012.

Christopher Drost/Torontoist

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