Greens reiterate call for public inquiry into G20
OTTAWA – In the wake of a recent Ontario lower court ruling that police caused escalating violence at the G20 meetings in Toronto last summer, the Green Party of Canada is again calling for a full public inquiry into the planning, security, and police conduct at the summit. Ontario Court Justice Mel…
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Aggression during G20 rally ‘perpetrated by police,’ judge rules
A Toronto judge ruled that “adrenalized” police acted as aggressors at a peaceful political rally that led to dozens of arrests during the G20.
InsideToronto Article: Play recounts G20 detention
PARKDALE – One year after a life-changing experience at the G20, Tommy Taylor is mounting a play to…
How the G20—with its burning cars, broken storefronts, violent beatings and mass arrests—ruined Bill
By Nicholas Hune-Brown | Photographs by Daniel Ehrenworth On June 26, 2010, Bill Blair was in the middle of the most complicated week of his career.
Police wrong to question man with crossbow near G20 fence, judge rules
Police breached the rights of a man arrested with a crossbow near the G20 security fence when they questioned him without a lawyer present, a judge has ruled.
G20 Defendants Hundert and Hiscocks to Challenge “No Demonstration” Condition | Toronto Media Co-op
June 23, 2011, Toronto–This morning, two G20 defendants, Alex Hundert and Amanda Hiscocks will be attending the Ontario Superior Court at 361 University Ave at 10am to file for a bail review hearing where they will contest the constitutionality of a bail condition that has been used to prevent G20
You Should Have Stayed Home – Trailer – SummerWorks 2011
You Should Have Stayed Home – Praxis Theatre
If you are male and available for 3 or 4 rehearsals next week – you can join the cast for a 10-minute scene with 39 other people. You don’t have to be an experienced performer- as long as you can work with other people.
SIU Concludes Reopened G20 Nobody Investigation
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – July 18, 2011) – The Director of the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), Ian Scott, has concluded that there are no reasonable grounds to charge any other officers of the Toronto Police Service (TPS) with a criminal offence in regards to the injuries sustained by A
InsideToronto Article: Fringe Festival play follows group of activists at G20 summit
CITY CENTRE: A year after the G20 summit disrupted life in downtown local playwright and director…
Toronto G20: Denying Civil Rights is A Crime
Paul Jay: Responsibility for G20 “Days of Infamy” mainly RCMP and Federal Gov.
No charges as SIU closes G20 case a second time – thestar.com
No officers will be charged after a man sustained nose injuries during the G20 summit, the SIU has concluded after its second look at the case.
CTV Toronto- Ontario SIU closes investigation into G20 injuries – CTV News
CTV Toronto – Ontario’s Special Investigation Unit has concluded there were no reasonable grounds to charge any police officers in connection to injuries sustained by a 34-year-old Toronto man during last summer’s G20 summit in Toronto.
BILL BLAIR’S G20 REVIEW AMOUNTS TO A PUMPED-UP EXCUSE FOR THE FACT COPS LOST THEIR HEADS
Chief on the defensive