Trinity Bellwoods Park no longer designated a G20 protest site


In light of concern from local residents, Trinity Bellwoods Park will no longer serve as the protest site for the upcoming G20 summit in June.

"Following discussions with the community in and around the Trinity-Bellwoods area, a decision was made to find an alternate location for the Designated Speech Area," Toronto Police confirmed this afternoon.

No alternate site has been announced at this time. The police and the G20 security team "are currently considering options."

UPDATE: Police have confirmed that the official protest site will now be Queen's Park.


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