January 12, 2012 The Hamilton Spectator
World News: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
The president of the Hamilton Farmers’ Market stallholders association is crying foul after the city removed all his belongings from a stall he was using, in a middle-of-the-night eviction.
On Wednesday morning, Shane Coleman of Battlefield Farms received an email from the city saying his produce and other property had been taken away under the Trespass to Property Act.
Coleman, who operated Dilly’s, an organic produce stand in a stall just off York Boulevard, is in a contract dispute with the market, and was expecting the dialogue to continue when the city evicted him.
He believes “due process” has not taken place and argued that other vendors signed their contracts under duress. He was warned a week ago he would be evicted because he did not sign a new contract by the end of December, 2011.
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