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Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar
Tuesday June 2, 2009 – 11:41 pm | Comments Off on Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar
Pedestrians, cyclists and buskers reclaim the streets in Kensington Market – By John Bonnar

From Toronto Social Justice Magazine

By 1:00 p.m. the barricades were up, streets were swept clean of cars, replaced with pedestrians, cyclists, buskers and street vendors. Just outside St. Stephen’s Community House on Augusta Avenue, two …