Police clear out tent protest at Confederation Square early Saturday
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The nuisance regulations forbid people from living, sleeping or erecting a structure at a public space without permission. Police moved in around 6 a.m., Dompierre said.
“Our first role in the intervention was to keep the peace. When we got there, there were three occupants in the encampment.”
“No camping” signs had been put up at the site on Thursday. Protesters were warned in writing that day that they had to leave, a statement from Public Services and Procurement Canada…