Click the photo to go to the full story at Digital Journal. I heard about this on Facebook on Friday but was unable to get independent verification until today, Monday.
The short version: On May Day a group of Occupy activists planted a garden in a Toronto city park. Over the several months the garden was tended by some 200 people. The day before a harvest celebration park authorities ordered the garden uprooted and destroyed.
Two things come to mind. First, it is illegal to convert public resources to a private good, or even to another public good, without following appropriate processes. Second, tacky Toronto, just tacky.