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UPDATE: Holy Trinity welcomes G20 protestors

Photo by Simon Pulsifer, used under the GNU Free Documentation License

The Church of the Holy Trinity, located beside the Eaton Centre near City Hall, is welcoming G20 protestors.

The church, which has a long-standing commitment to social justice, will be open the following times during the G20 “for rest, refreshment, prayer, a break from demonstrations.”

Friday June 25: 5 pm – 10 pm
Saturday June 26: 10 am– 10 pm
Sunday June 27: 8 am – 5 pm

Holy Trinity will also be assisting by storing medical equipment for the Toronto Street Medics. This group is prepared to administer first aid to those injured at the G20 summit protests. CTV has reported, “They’ll be carrying water for flushing people’s eyes, as well as first-aid kits with bandages and supplies to tend to anyone who might get injured or feel unwell.”

The Council of Canadians has made a modest donation to help assist Holy Trinity make this possible.

For more information about the Church of the Holy Trinity, please go to http://www.holytrinitytoronto.org/wp/.