According to news reports, about 70 people were arrested this morning (June 27) near the University of Toronto.
Earlier today, the G20 Integrated Security Unit confirmed that over 480 people have been taken into custody on charges such as "breach of peace, obstruct police, assault, assault peace officer, cause disturbance, incite riot, mischief, and participate in an unlawful assembly".
Stating the obvious, the ISU said in a press release: "There has been property damage. The security fence has not been breached."
The Toronto Community Mobilization Network, which organized G20 protests, held a rally this morning in solidarity with arrested protesters.
"Friends, comrades, and allies’ are being detained," the network said in a post announcing the rally. "Homes have been raided, people have been snatched, and arrested in the streets. At least 300 of our allies are being held at 629 Eastern Ave, at a film studio that has been converted into a temporary prison for G8/G20 those resisting the G8/G20."
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