Tuesday, 18 October 2011

The Occupy Toronto Movement

The Occupy Toronto Movement is now into its fourth day. Protestors have been camped out in downtown Toronto to show their disapproval of how the financial industry and government has acted in the three years since the the economic downturn first started. They want government to step in to stop big banks from continuing to make huge profits at the expense of the middle and lower class. The movement started on Wall Street and has inspired similar movements all over the world. People are fed up with what they call is an increasing divide between the rich and the poor. Read more on my blog at RateSupermarket.ca.

And you can hear my interview with Jerry Agar on what I think of the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Toronto Movements. 


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