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Occupy Toronto Wish List: seven Toronto celebrities we hope to see at some point at St. James Park

Occupy Toronto Wish List: seven Toronto celebrities we hope to see at some point at St. James Park

Occupy Wall Street marked its one-month anniversary on Monday, and over the course of the last 30-odd days it’s attracted some big name supporters—Kanye West and Russell Simmons were spotted checking out the scene at Liberty Square and Zuccotti Park, as were Mark Ruffalo, Penn Badgley, George Clooney, Alec Baldwin, Susan Sarandon, Michael Moore, Tim Robbins and Mike Myers, just to name a few. Here at Occupy Toronto, we’ve witnessed a single star commingling with the 99 per cent: Rachel McAdams. Since the Toronto protest is still relatively new, we thought we’d put out a call to a few of our favourite local celebs to help give the campers in St. James Park a little extra exposure. See the slideshow of who made our celebrity wish list, after the jump.

(Images: Occupy Toronto, Marc Falardeau; Ryan Gosling, Christopher Drost; I Was Told There Would Be Cake, Kelly Finnamore; Sarah Polley, Lia Grainger; Hands in the air, Ryan; Margaret Atwood, Marco Secchi/ Getty Images Entertainment/ Getty Images; Trickle Down Economics, Michael Kooiman; Drake, Brennan Schnell; Occupy Toronto, Marc Falardeau; Kevin Drew, Simon Schoeters; Feist, Amanda Hatfield; Occupy Toronto General Assembly, Ryan; Gordon Pinsent, George Pimentel/WireImage; William Shatner, Greg Hernandez; Dave Matthews, Grey Goose Soho House; Occupy The Planet, Michael Kooiman)

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