Premier Kathleen Wynne says she understands people want to get passionate about issues that matter to them, but there’s no reason to take that passion to her home.
An unknown number of Black Lives Matter protesters were on her property Thursday night, and left behind some items including a tent, signs, and some pictures of the man who was shot and killed by Toronto police last summer, Andrew Loku.
Police are also looking at a bottle of unknown liquid which was left behind as well.
“I talked to my partner Jane this morning..it unnerved my partner for sure. Having said that, I understand the concerns in the community. I would like for protests to happen other places than my home.” -Premier Kathleen Wynne.
Wynne did say she would have a Cabinet Minister reach out to the group sometime Friday.
Co-founder of the BLM-TO, Sandy Hudson, says after protesting outside police headquarters for several days without hearing from the Premier, they felt they had no other choice.