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Man who builds tiny wooden shelters for Toronto’s homeless asks city to drop court case

Toronto carpenter who builds tiny wooden shelters for the homeless has asked the city to drop its court fight against him.The city is seeking a court order to stop Khaleel Seivwright from making, fixing and relocating his small shelters on city-owned land.Seivwright, who began making the structures last fall, said the city should spend the money its using on the legal fight to help vulnerable residents instead.

Toronto seeks injunction to stop man from building tiny shelters for homeless in the city “The City of Toronto should drop its application against me and focus its resources and efforts on what matters — getting people safely housed,” he said in a videotaped statement.“It’s February.

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