Toronto tiny shelter builder vs City of Toronto – Legal fees adding up

Toronto tiny shelter builder

This past Sunday over 800 protesters took to the street and demanded the City of Toronto drop a filing for a court injunction against the Toronto tiny shelter builder. Toronto carpenter, Khaleel Seivwright has built over a dozen tiny wood shelters for the homeless to stay warm during the harsh winter.

The protesters went to Toronto Mayor John Tory’s condo and left notices on a cardboard cutout of the Mayor. The notices showed the protesters were in support of the Toronto tiny shelter builder.

The city feels the wooded structures are unsafe and it is illegal to dump the tiny shelters on Toronto city property.

Toronto tiny shelter builder Khaleel Seivwright

The builder of these Toronto Tiny Shelters is Khaleel Seivwright.

“Instead of working with Seivwright and giving him an award for his service to the people the City of Toronto has decided to serve an injunction and we think that’s just reprehensible and really not OK, said Greg Cook, an outreach worker with Sanctuary Ministries of Toronto and a member of the steering committee of Shelter and Housing Justice Network.

“The Toronto Mayor is picking on Seivwright when the issue is really about affordable housing,” added Cook.

Khaleel Seivwright posted on his Instagram page @torontotinyshelters :

“Thank you all for the support. People have been asking how they can help me and the tiny shelter residents. I’ve recorded a video to answer some of the questions I’ve been getting this past week.

“To give you an update, the City has not dropped its case against me.

“The tiny shelters were meant to give temporary shelter to those in need. People still need them. Yesterday there was an extreme cold weather alert. It went down to -15 last night. COVID-19 is in the homeless shelters all over the city.

“Along with dropping its case against me I am asking the city to stop removing the tiny shelters while temperatures are still low and COVID-19 is still being spread in homeless shelters. Removing tiny shelters right now is putting people in unnecessary danger,” said Seivwright on Instagram.

As this case continues, and because others have asked to donate, I’ve decided to open a GoFundMe donations page to accept contributions towards my legal fees.

Other articles from

How UBER changed my life!


brunchbox.mtl just made Montreal weekends more delicious!

Antonio Park from Park Restaurant for Café Milano

Attention Mtl foodies: Canada’s best chefs combined with 10 Montreal restaurants create #ChefsÀEmporter

Is it possible to get an A for a 5-paragraph essay assignment in 1 hour? We can safely say yes, a student can get an A+ mark if he turns to EduJungles


The ultimate guide to planning a long family staycation in Canada

To guarantee that everyone has an amazing time, careful planning is necessary when organizing a lengthy staycation. Here’s the ultimate guide to planning your family staycation in Canada. Canada, with its vast landscapes, diverse cities, and rich cultural heritage, offers endless possibilities for a memorable family staycation. Whether you’re exploring the stunning natural beauty of

Meal kits

Cost vs. Convenience: Analyzing meal kits and traditional cooking

In this modern world and modern times, convenience often takes priority over cost, especially when it comes to food. Meal kits and traditional cooking represent two different approaches to home dining, and each of them has advantages and disadvantages. Analyzing these methods through the lens of cost and convenience provides insight into why individuals might

Condo renovations

Condo renovations Dos and Don’ts: Expert Tips for a Successful Project

Embarking on a condo renovations journey can be both exhilarating and daunting. Imagine transforming your living space into a stylish haven that reflects your personality and meets your needs. While exciting, the process can be full of challenges and unforeseen hiccups. That’s why we’ve gathered some condo renovation dos and don’ts from the experts to

Terrific Hair

Terrific Hair Means Tamanu – Earth to Body

Curly, straight, thick, thin, kinky or silky, tamanu loves and makes terrific Hair.  And scalps. Nutritionally dense yet gentle, tamanu is an effective and versatile nut oil. It stimulates, helps promote growth. prevents hair loss, reduces scalp itch and irritations and adds a natural sheen! Make tamanu a part of your hair and scalp care

Understanding the 4 legal process after a DUI Crash

A single mistake can have serious consequences, especially when driving under the influence. The aftermath of a DUI crash extends beyond physical harm and property damage. It involves a complex legal process that may feel overwhelming. As a responsible citizen, it’s vital to grasp the legal system and your rights in such situations. This blog

personal injury lawyer

Pedestrian accident: How a personal injury lawyer can help you

Accidents involving pedestrians can be life-altering. You could be walking down the street or crossing a street. A vehicle’s sudden impact can change everything right away. If you’ve found yourself in such a situation, you might be wondering how to move forward. This is where a personal injury lawyer steps in, offering crucial help and

Mtltimes Subscription

The latest on what’s moving Montreal and the world – delivered straight to your inbox