The summer of 1998 is the season of squeegee kids, and City Hall is not pleased. Toronto police start invoking the Highway Traffic Act to ticket the unemployed young folk, and civil libertarians are aghast. Clever OCAP gets waivers from those ticketed so org activists can show up on their behalf. NOW sends a reporter undercover with a squeegee and a bucket to tells readers what it’s like living as a cop target. The stigma is so bad she can’t get served at a restaurant.