Video slideshow, "State of Emergency," features photos from the Toronto streets during G20 protests and calls for a public inquiry to review police conduct.
Sunday June 27, Canada woke up to saturation media coverage of police trying to reassert themselves as the dominant force in protest-ravaged Toronto.
Humberto Da Silva captured three possible 'provocateurs' taking part in vandalizing a police cruiser last Saturday at anti-summit protests in Toronto.
A G20 protester arrested last Saturday recounts what happened: Peaceful protest, silent menace from the police, being in a 'trophy photo' with her arresting officer, and the camaraderie in the cells.
The corporate security state is not static -- it will keep filling more and more space to the extent that they are allowed to by civil society.
After the widely condemned police brutality during the G20 Summit in Toronto, crowds gathered for a protest in front of Police Headquarters in Toronto on Monday, June 28, 2010.
Justin Giovannetti and Lex Gill
Roughly 900 people have now been arrested, the largest mass arrest in Canadian history.
Amnesty International members from across the country expressed their very deep concern that important rights associated with peaceful protest have suffered considerably in Toronto over the weekend.
On his first day as a resident of Toronto this person was a bystander during a peaceful protest when he was caught with his boyfriend in a mass arrest for "breaching the peace".
Dave Coles, president of the Communications Energy and Paperworkers Union, warns police not to move on peaceful protesters.