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EDMONTON - Police indicated Sunday they would not remove Occupy protesters camping in bone-chilling temperatures in a private park in the Alberta capital.
The news was greeted warmly by the Occupy protesters, who were gathered in an army-style tent that was heated by woodstoves that sheltered them from the -20 C weather on Sunday.
Edmonton police said Saturday that they had asked Occupy organizers to monitor everyone at the site every 15 minutes. Officers were worried about the frigid temperatures and the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from heaters in tents.