Full credit /Source: http://torontoist.com/2011/06/scene_g20_redux.php?gallery0Pic=14#gallery Video Credits: by Ryan Varga, executive produced by Torontoist's Christopher Drost. Music by Kinder Atom with Michael Rose Illegal (Greenman Remix). Used for the purposes of criticism, review and news reporting Footage credited under the fair dealing exception 29.I & 29.2 of the Canadian copyright act (R.S., 1985, c. C-42) Toronto police were overwhelmed and underprepared at times for protests that occurred during last year's G20 summit, according to an internal report. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/story/2011/06/23/toronto-police-g20-rep... 1,118 G20 arrests have resulted in 24 convictions: Attorney-General http://www.financialpost.com/related/topics/arrests+have+resulted+convictions... WHERE: Queen's Park and on various streets of the downtown core. WHEN: Afternoon of Saturday, June 25. WHAT: Approximately 400 people gathered at Queen's Park early Saturday afternoon for G20 Redux, an event marking the one-year anniversary of the G20 weekend in Toronto. CTV reported that after that early gathering, a few dozen people left the park and marched through the streets of the downtown core, stopping at Queen and Spadina and then continuing east on Queen, picking up more and more protesters along the way, before heading up Bay Street. The marching crowd, reportedly numbering near 200 at its peak, ended at the Toronto Police headquarters on College Street, where they held a peaceful demonstration until 7 p.m.