Iconic Toronto sign vandalized in Nathan Phillips Square

The Toronto sign in Nathan Phillips Square has been vandalized. “There was graffiti on the sign that staff have cleaned – or are in the process of cleaning,” said city spokesman Brad Ross on Tuesday. It’s not known who vandalized the sign. One set of graffiti said “143 years of colonization.”      
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