As you may have heard, the richest countries on planet earth are gathering at the newly renovated fortress Toronto to show us their ©ø¢§$¡™
Here, the demockeratically elected leaders of the world will continue to figure out how to turn every leaf on every tree and every fish in the sea into a dollar while keeping the global poor in chains. Our own feds have taken advantage of the occasion to candidly bolster the Police $tate with a billion dollar care package.
In the meantime, streets are for people! has been struggling with our efforts at a response…you would usually find us with trumpets, costumes and giant tricycles taking to the streets, however, this time we’re not hip with leading kids into a war zone that hosts true dangers. You’ll have to do that on your own and at your own risk – our hearts are with you.
To further foil our collective desire for a respite from oil-fueled insanity, the street closure permit for Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market has been denied. This doesn’t however mean that there won’t be any festivities that day. The market will also make a perfect mileu for those looking to take a break from the barricades, a place to regroup and rest while sharing insight with others.
If the cars are taking up too much room and the park is full, why not grab a parking spot and do some yoga, have lunch, or set up a rant box? Don’t forget to feed the meter! If spontaneous displays of joy like dancing and live samba erupt diverting traffic for moments at a time, we had nothing to do with it and know nothing about it…
see you in the streets!