Sunday, June 20, 2010

G20 fence completion

Toronto Police issued a news release saying that the last of the G20 security fences will be installed today and overnight until Monday morning's rush hour. The gates around most of the downtown core aren't supposed to be closed until Friday - then everything gets locked down tight.

The police say that "From 7 p.m., Sunday, June 20, 2010, motorists trying to get into the area, or those in the area, bounded by King Street to the north, Lakeshore Blvd to the south, Spadina Avenue to the
west and Yonge Street to the east, will encounter traffic delays due to intersection closures.
The closures are required to complete the final stages of the security fence.
As the work at intersections is completed, they will be re−opened to drivers. The TPS will, via
news releases and social medias feeds, keep the public updated.
It is anticipated that this work will be completed prior to the morning rush hour on Monday,
June 21, 2010."
If you feel like a stranger in a strange land it is because they don't trust you. Have your ID ready at hand and be ready to be questioned.

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