So it seems the free loaders are also taking food donations that should be going to food banks.
These people should clean up their mess and go get jobs.
Protest diverts food: critics
'Not needy people'; Groups divided over donations to activists
THE GAZETTE OCTOBER 26, 2011
As students and others protest at the Occupy Montreal site in Victoria Square, an on-site kitchen is serving three meals a day and snacks to 500 people, using food that some say should be donated to food banks.
Photograph by: JOHN KENNEY THE GAZETTE, The Gazette
Diverting goods that could help local food banks to the Occupy Montreal kitchen has some aid agencies at odds with one another.
"I think a lot of those activists are not needy people," Cyril Morgan of the Welcome Hall Mission said of the campers in Victoria Square. "If you are needy, you don't have food on your table to eat."
Unable to assess the level of their need, Morgan said he's hesitant about giving food - especially when excess food at the mission can be distributed to homeless shelters and food banks.
The Welcome Hall Mission operates one of Montreal's largest food banks, servicing 1,200 families every week. The mission also delivers 70 tonnes of food per month.
"Delivering food, I guess, would be a nice thing to do, but so would the city of Montreal supplying electricity so they could plug themselves in and listen to music, have heaters in their tents, and have a great time," said Morgan, executive director at the mission.
Then there's this.