Members of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) camped out in Metro Hall last week to demand more spots for homeless people.
But Mayor Rob Ford said the city's hostel services are meeting Toronto's needs.
The shelter management system catalogued more than 300 complaints last year, but only11 of those were about access to beds. Only one of those complaints was about being turned away.
OCAP organizer John Clarke says the report doesn't accurately reflect the problem.
Few complaints about shelter availability, report finds - Toronto - CBC News
So finally, John 'Look at Me' Clarke can officially choke and die.