70 people, sleeping in dorms at U of T were woken and arrested.
Protesters march from Jimmie Simpson Park to the Eastern Ave detention centre
Police deploy a smoke bomb in the crowd of protesters at Queen and Pape.
Police charge protesters at detention centre
12:35 p.m. Panic, arrests at jail rally, riot police arrive
Hundreds of riot police have shown up in two buses and at least 10
vans on Logan Ave. south of Queen. It seems they're all heading to
outside of detention centre.
At least two people have arrested as a rally at the Eastern Ave.
jail turned violent after police snatched people out of the crowd,
Police later forced the crowd north to Queen with batons and fired
at least three shots from concussion guns.
Just after noon, unmarked vans showed up at the protest; police with
batons and shields started to storm the group, hitting and pushing
people, apparently trying to grab people.
“The protesters dispersed on Pape and agreed to meet at Queen and
Pape to regroup,” reports the Star’s Brendan Kennedy. “People
are taking stock of what just happened.”
The protesters have just moved to Queen, but they are scattered as
they walk away. Emergency Task Force officers, with gas masks and stun
guns, are along Eastern and Queen telling people to move onto the
Later, at 12:48am
The protest was broken up by police using batons and rubber bullets.
Tasers were drawn, but not used. Some people were arrested. No tear gas
American protester tries to gain Obama's attention with his sign