Canadians stand up at town council
Greg Schmalz joins Canada Live to talk about his experience with other Canadians standing up at the Adelaide-Metcalfe Township council office, and how the police would not co operate with the councils requests to remove them.
We also get into the plastic bag ban in Toronto, Smart home monitoring, and other UN agenda 21 related topics.
be sure to check out this article below detailing the town council meeting.
Over 100 people arrived at the small Adelaide-Metcalfe Township council office, but there are only chairs for 20 in council chambers upstairs. Now on any other normal night, the council would move the meeting in the basement where there is much more room, and many chairs. But not tonight. I walked in, all the chairs were full, and there was EIGHTY people behind me waiting to get in, not sure where to go or stand in the foyer.
STOP founder Greg Schmalz in attendance at the council meeting in
Adelaide-Metcalf on May 22, 2012
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