Homeless advocates help remove anti-camping clause from proposed amendments to Toronto’s Streets By-Law

According to the Wellesley Institute, thanks to their quiet efforts as well as other advocates for the city’s homeless, a clause prohibiting “camping,” “dwelling,” and “lodging” on Toronto’s streets and in public areas has been removed from the proposed amendments the “Use of Streets and Sidewalks” bylaw that will be going before the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee for approval in November.