Ok, The good news is we have a 'win' on the sidewalks. Today, the police did not intervene with our right to stand on the sidewalk, and we did our part not to block pedestrians walking along Peter St. The weather cooperated too, we stayed dry while it poured in the north end of the city. The first time they called the police, I had a quick chat with an officer in the car, and I told them that it was important to have my right to stand there on the sidewalk, as long as the protest was small in number. Despite myself and TorontosRoot being on our best behaviour (as always) they got a bit pushy on the phone lines. The second time the police got involved, a cruiser called us over to the side to tell us that the dispatch was getting repeated phone calls about us "blocking the doorway" and I am certain the police were getting annoyed with the staff who kept calling, not with us. I simply showed the officer where we were standing (about 9 feet from the actual doorway) and we resumed the protest. If we assume from that point and later that the cops merely drove by to look at us every time the org called them, I'd say they called the police 6 times in 4 hours. I really want to know if there's a fine for that? I hope they're not calling 911 each time... We suspect they have made use of a back door to the place during protests now, because we saw no members leave for break time or return. Nonetheless, we talked with many people and had several photos taken for publicizing our protest on facebook etc.