Toronto displays ‘Free Ukraine’ signs outside Russian consulate

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The city of Toronto installed signs Sunday reading “Free Ukraine” right outside the Russian consulate on St. Clair Avenue in solidarity with the embattled country.

The area will now also be called “Free Ukraine Square” on an “honourary basis.”

“Today we unveiled ‘Free Ukraine’ signs along the front of the Russian Consulate on St. Clair Avenue. This area will now be called ‘Free Ukraine Square’ on an honourary basis – serving as a symbol of Toronto’s solidarity with Ukraine and Canadian-Ukrainians,” announced Toronto Mayor John Tory.

Tory posted photos from the unveiling ceremony over the weekend.

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