Taking a stand

With their "bloodied" faces protruding from the Olympic rings on a banner that reads, "Stop Canada's Olympic Shame," PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members converged on the southeast corner of Gaetz Avenue and Ross Street, Saturday noon.

With their “bloodied” faces protruding from the Olympic rings on a banner that reads, “Stop Canada’s Olympic Shame,” PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members converged on the southeast corner of Gaetz Avenue and Ross Street, Saturday noon. As PETA member Kate Brindle adds a few drops of fake blood to one of the ring faces, the others continue their protest which is just the latest salvo in PETA’s campaign, which will continue up to and through the 2010 Winter Olympic

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