Canada's occupy movement is reaching the one-month mark, with cities across the country still participating in the international protest.
The occupations have had no shortage of controversies, with altercations between city workers and occupants, safety concerns and a drug overdose on site. Locals and government officials have been both frustrated by the protests, and supportive of the movement. Many cities, however, are now trying to evict occupants from public parks and spaces.
You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here. Here's a roundup of what local occupy movements have and haven't been evicted so far.