Cambridge, Ontario - A typically quiet neighborhood awoke on a Sunday morning to a rash of hate graffiti on their homes and vehicles. Swastikas were found spray painted on a variety of surfaces. Neighbors were both shocked and offended.
More at CTV Kitchener
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is fed up with the graffiti that detracts from the vibrancy of Toronto’s neighborhoods. To help launch the Clean Toronto Together campaign to eradicate graffiti, the Mayor rolled up his sleeves and working with volunteers to remove a graffiti tags.
“Everybody’s had enough of the graffiti,” Ford said. “We’re fighting back.”
Ford said the city removed 8,000 square metres of graffiti in 2012 and he hopes to improve on that record this year
More detail at The Toronto Star.
Success. The wall has now been transformed into a great mural. Check out the photos at National Post Toronto
From Clean City Innovation Graffiti Watch