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Neighbourhood comes together and kicks out religious haters.

Apparently near Dundas/Greenwood, Sunday August 22. I learned about it on Twitter.

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Comment by Tara on August 24, 2010 at 2:38pm
Might I suggest during the next scheduled visit from the evangelicals we throw a street party celebrating diversity? They can protest all they want...no one will hear them over the sound of celebration! :D
Comment by Rafael Vallejo on August 24, 2010 at 12:25pm
Thankful to all those people who extended grace to the gay couple. Those of us who are angered by what happened are also invited by this incident to extend grace to the group responsible for making unkind remarks towards this couple. It will be a noble moment for Leslieville when we can work together at healing each other.
Comment by PCBCMCTO on August 23, 2010 at 10:35pm
We appreciate the action of our neighbours .THX. Although we were not present at the time we feel the need to clear up a possible misunderstanding. We have lived on the street for 13 years. Though we don't align with the outdoor sermon it has never been directly targeted towards us. They have conducted these sermons on our street numerous years prior to us moving here. We just want to ensure the focus of this is public church sermons (not targeting a gay couple) .
Comment by photoBlair on August 23, 2010 at 10:26pm
My wife's lived a block over from that church all her life and they've been drumming up business this way for ages. Usually it's just gospel they utter, but nothing hateful per se. They usually only do it once a year, so it's about as annoying as Mike and Goldie on Channel 17. Otherwise, big deal. Like I said, we've never actually heard 'hate' speech.
Comment by CBC NEWS on August 23, 2010 at 4:20pm
Hi -- CBC News would like to speak with anyone who lives in the area and knows more about this incident.
Please contact 416-205-5808 and ask for Laura.

Thanks!
Comment by Kymberlee on August 23, 2010 at 3:06pm
These people epitomize ignorance.

I'm so happy the neighbourhood banded together and ran them off. Bravo to you all.
Comment by Nolin (Admin) on August 23, 2010 at 1:17pm
National Post reporter Drew Halfnight is seeking witnesses, people who know
the church group or the couple, information about the locale featured in the
video. He's @ 416-383-2491 and is working to a deadline tonight.

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