OCAP Occupies Sheraton Hotel to Protest Closure of Shelter Spaces and Gentrification! #HomelessSheratonSubmitted by ocap on Tue, 05/12/2015 - 17:06.
Today, members of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty occupied the lobby of the posh Sheraton Centre Hotel (123 Queen Street West, just west of Queen and York, across from City Hall)! We held the lobby for nearly an hour before being pushed out under threat of arrest.
Raise the Rates Week of Action Against the Liberal Government’s ‘Invisible Austerity’ War on the Poor
The Raise the Rates Campaign is calling on local communities to challenge MPPs during the week of May 18. During that week, they will be in their constituency offices and this is an ideal time to challenge the austerity and growing poverty that is being imposed in this Province.
No Social Cleansing in Toronto! Save Downtown Homeless Shelters and Services!
Meal and Community Meeting
Wednesday, April 15
St Luke’s Church (353 Sherbourne, at Carlton)
OCAP took a strong delegation to Metro Hall today (March 30) to demand that the City open space immediately to replace the 124 beds for the homeless that will be lost because of the closing of the Hope Shelter. The last person will have to move out of there tomorrow.
Delegation to City Shelter Administration! Defend the 124 Beds Lost by Closing the Hope Shelter! Mon, March 30, 1PM, Metro HallSubmitted by ocap on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 23:57.
TORONTO CAN'T LOSE 124 SHELTER BEDS! DEFEND OUR EMERGENCY SHELTER BEDS!
DELEGATION TO CITY SHELTER ADMINISTRATION OFFICES
MONDAY, MARCH 30
METRO HALL (KING & JOHN)