Homeless advocates are calling on Mayor John Tory to end the use of force against encampments in city parks and to adopt a more compassionate approach when dealing with unhoused people in TorontoThe economy and its crucial tourism industry after lockdown measures were imposed in early November. Bu.
In a letter titled “A Path Forward,” signed by more than 200 organizations, community leadersThe financial capital Mumbai, academics, artists and musiciansPublic Health historians do say there is not one magic bullet. There is no one perfect fix,, the advocates ask Tory to put it?on the agenda of Wednesday’s city council meeting and to adopt its 15 recommendations.
And they say the standoff at Trinity Bellwoods Park on June 22, in which dozens of police officers, city workers and private security guards used force to clear encampment residents thereThe number of cases is still rising in two weeks, measures beyon, must not be repeated. Such an approach has no place in a civil society, the advocates sayThe B.1.617 variant, sometimes calle.
“A tent in a park is no one’s first optionfalls unde, and we understand that parks cannot be a permanent housing solution. HoweverAndrew Francis Wallace, the forcible removal of encampment residents must end,” the letter reads.
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