OccupyTO - A march and the camp

OccupyTO March - October 23 So, I've been kind of mad at myself for my lack of coverage of the local OccupyTO movement. With working 40+ hrs a week and leaving after dark my motivation to head down to the park has decreased. Although I may not have taken photos of the park in a while I'm still following it religiously and still find it equally captivating.

I took the following photos about two weeks ago.

The March There was a march on October 23...

OccupyTO March - October 23

OccupyTO March - October 23

OccupyTO March - October 23

OccupyTO March - October 23

The march passes men at work...

OccupyTO March - October 23

The march ended at City Hall for speakers to make their points...

OccupyTO March - October 23

OccupyTO March - October 23

A man speaks out agains the budget cuts recently made my Toronto mayor, Rob Ford...

OccupyTO March - October 23

Elderly women speaks out - "We have occupied the front page, now we'll finish the job"...

OccupyTO March - October 23

A boy writes on a wall...

OccupyTO March - October 23

The Camp The next day I visited the camp to see what has changed. Its crazy to witness the speed that the camp develops at.

OccupyTO Camp

OccupyTO Camp

OccupyTO Camp

One of the most impressive things at the camp is their kitchen. The kitchen not only feeds the people occupying the park but also feeds the homeless of Toronto. The neighbouring church has also allowed them to use their kitchen a few times a week. It's inspiring to see a movement help the needy while still trying to sustain their own living conditions...

OccupyTO Camp

OccupyTO Camp

The kitchen is directly against the churches walls. The church has openly supported the movement...

OccupyTO Camp

Solar panels were donated to power the media tent...

OccupyTO Camp

A bus...

OccupyTO Camp

Thanks! - Dylan