G20 riots

G20 riots

The G20 brought riots to Toronto streets today as angry protesters (the mayor called them thugs) let it be known they weren't in town to simply engage in peaceful demonstrations. Cop cars were set on fire, car windows and storefronts were smashed and arrests were made. Hospitals reported treating a few people for minor injuries.

For detailed reports check out the following articles:

Violence on Toronto streets for G20 (blogTO)
G20 Protest brings violence, arrests (CBC News)
G20 Live: Saturday (Torontoist)
Violence, confrontation as massive rally snakes through Toronto (National Post)

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Photos from blogTO Flickr Pool members: Phil Babcock, Jen Takes Pictures, kwazy, gs71to95, markosar, David G Tran, mideast-transplant, chris huggins, modernemotive, MCXL5, Carl W. Heindl, ~rusty~, DdotG, Craig !, Martinho.

Additional photos by jethros_tale, kmclachlan, Seekdes (Mike in TO), cory_mck, and Otherworld.


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