Ontario Coalition Against Poverty


Egypt: The Revolution Continues

May 24, 2012 to Jun 3, 2012
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham Street
M6G 2L8 Toronto , ON
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W
Ontario CA
A photo exhibit on the Egyptian revolution/OCAP charity fundraiser.
Apr 16, 2012

Community rallies to save School House shelter

John Bonnar
The School House, Toronto's only harm reduction based shelter, a place that's thrown a lifeline to countless men for over 40 years, may not be around for much longer.
Dec 9, 2011

OCAP and the origins of Occupy Toronto

Don Weitz
Looking at its history, I believe the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty inspired Occupy Toronto. I'm proud of organizers and supporters of both. May the Occupy movement spread like a prairie fire.
Jun 24, 2011

G20 one year on: Our streets are still on fire

Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
No One is Illegal - Toronto
We supported the week of protests against the G20 in June 2010 because we refused to be silenced, and just as before the G20 came to Toronto, we remain committed to fight back, mobilize, and organize.
Dec 3, 2010

OCAP marks its first 20 years

John Clarke
The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty organizes communities under attack by neoliberalism on behalf of the working-class and the poor.
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