Mar 182014

WTC 7 collapse shows on 300 screens throughout Toronto subway. Watch the ad below.

On March 18, 2014 the ReThink911 campaign launched its newest wave of ads in the Toronto subway system. For two weeks, 1.2 million Toronto residents will see the video of Building 7’s collapse and be directed to to learn more. According to Pattison Outdoor, daily subway riders will see the ad an average of five times during the two-week period.

The ad blitz coincides with Richard Gage’s 3-week Canadian speaking tour, which brings him to Toronto on March 20 at Toronto University’s Innis Town Hall. To learn more and purchase tickets to an event in your city, visit
The decision to go digital and show riders the collapse of Building 7 was inspired by a scientific poll commissioned by the campaign last September, which found that 51% of Canadians who are shown video of Building 7’s collapse suspect it was a controlled demolition, compared to just 18% who suspect it was caused by fires. When asked who they are more inclined to believe—the U.S. government, which says fires brought it down, or the critics who contend it was controlled demolition—49% side with the critics, while only 20% are inclined to believe the government. 44% support opening a new investigation, with only 14% opposed.

“The poll shows quite clearly what we already knew. Most people who see Building 7’s collapse have trouble believing that fires brought it down,” said Mr. Gage. “It simply doesn’t look like a natural building collapse, and that’s because all the columns have been removed at once to allow it to come down symmetrically in free-fall. When everyone in Canada and everyone in the U.S. sees this footage, there will be widespread outcry for a new investigation.”

  2 Responses to “Toronto Ad Campaign: Subway Riders Get to See Video of Building 7’s Collapse”

  1. good video …if people see it, they know its not from fire.

  2. New ad campaign in TTC stations presents alternative 9/11 theory

    The truthers are back.

    Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is paying for a 15-second ad to be broadcast on 300 TV screens in Toronto’s subway stations until April 1, promoting its belief that the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 on Sept. 11, 2001, was due to a controlled demolition.

    It’s a story that has been heard many times before, even though the official investigation says it was falling debris from the nearby Twin Towers that ignited fires in Building 7 and ultimately caused it to collapse.

    Just last year, the American group, which says more than 2,100 architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for an independent investigation into the building’s demise, placed a billboard in Yonge-Dundas Square urging passersby to at least consider their version of events.