Occupy Toronto Protest Bay Street

Photos of the Occupy Toronto march to Bay Street

After one week, the Occupy Toronto movement might be making fewer headlines, but the resolve of the participants has yet to waver — or, at least, enough to have them pack up their tents and vacate St. James Park. Billed as the first unified march back to Bay Street since the occupation began last Saturday, yesterday's protest was smaller than its organizers had hoped for — with numbers in the hundreds rather than thousands — but it did ensure that Occupy Toronto had some kind of presence in the heart of the Financial District, even if most bank employees were off for the weekend. Here's what it looked like.

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Photos by Tom Ryaboi


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