Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial - 2017-12-11

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F0.png Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial December 11, 2017, Canadian Press, CTV News

TORONTO - The Toronto Public Library board voted Monday evening in favour of changing its rental policy following a controversial memorial at a west-end branch this summer.

The memorial was held in July for Barbara Kulaszka, a lawyer whose clients included Marc Lemire, the leader of the now-disbanded white supremacy group Heritage Front.

An announcement for the July event also said Paul Fromm, a former teacher whose ties to racist groups cost him his licence, were among those expected to speak at the event, which cost $10 to attend.

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{{cite news | title = Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial | url = https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/toronto-library-board-revising-room-booking-policy-after-controversial-memorial-1.3717385 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CTV News | date = December 11, 2017 | accessdate = October 17, 2019 }}