- — Jonathan Rowe (@jondrowe)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:50:31
- — Occupy NovaScotia (@OccupyNS)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:07:25
- — Heather Rowlands (@savagestarling)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:46:16
- — B. Fantastic (@truthicide)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:45:59I wish our military had defended @occupyNS from our Mayor and police force today. #11:11 @occupyNS @OccupyTogether @CBC aka DeadManWalking
- — Tim Pratt (@checkraiseNS)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:44:57
- — Occupy NovaScotia (@OccupyNS)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:22:44
- — Poverty Halifax (@PovertyHalifax)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:40:25
- — Stephen Smith (@smistephen)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:17:01
- — Julia M. Feltham (@juliafeltham)Fri, Nov 11 2011 17:57:42On a statutory holiday to remember people who died for freedom & the lessons of war, in the pouring rain they're kicking out @OccupyNS ?
- — Occupy NovaScotia (@OccupyNS)Fri, Nov 11 2011 18:33:11
- — Jenn H (@jenniibeez)Fri, Nov 11 2011 19:33:55I might be the only Lefty McPinko who is kind of happy the Occupy NS'ers got the boot. Shady in how it was done but squatting ≠ protesting
- — Tim Bousquet (@Tim_Bousquet)Fri, Nov 11 2011 19:38:37I'm proud of the #Occupy NS demonstrators: they've maintained their calm & nonviolence even while police attack their encampment.
Occupy NS evicted from Halifax park
The Halifax Regional Municipality ordered Occupy Nova Scotia protesters out of Victoria Park in Halifax on Friday. The city said they were camping illegally. Police delivered the notice to the demonstrators right after a Remembrance Day ceremony. Two hours later, police began dismantling tents. Here are some of your tweets, videos and photos.
byCBC Nova Scotia9,424 Views