One city community is staging a protest after multiple nooses have been spotted around Toronto. For the third time this month, the object was discovered hanging inside an unfinished development project. The noose found in Toronto at Dundas and Sumach is now being investigated as a hate crime.\nOn Friday, a noose was discovered at a construction site in the Regent Park area.\nThe site is run by The Daniels Corporation, who Narcity has reached out to for comment.\nCity Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam has issued a statement on the issue. "This despicable act has been reported by the developer to the police and is being investigated as a hate crime," it says, before condemning the other string of incidents that have popped up."Anti-Black racism and all other forms of hatred must not find any places to grow in Toronto."\nMembers of the community rallied through Regent Park in solidarity on Sunday after news of the incident became known. Reps from Daniels Corp. were also present, according to their tweet.\n"We are disgusted and horrified at this heinous act, which we are treating as a hate crime," Mitchell Cohen, president of Daniels Corporation said to CBC. Another construction site received the same message just a day before.\nView this post on Instagram We have been telling the people who we advocate for support and to build bridges that what we see in the USA, is just a matter of time to start happening it here. I just didn't think it would be so soon. Is this is what Canada brags about when they say they embrace diversity? Read the story below: A friend of a friend of mine in our city (Toronto) had to go to work and see this. I have no words, just anger!!!! Dont worry we're drowning you fools out. Slowly but surely. ✊✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿...share this!!! "Dear Doug Ford, Racism is a systemic issue in Canada. Where: CiBC square When: Today, June 25th, 2020 Time: in the morning A concerned colleague of mine from another union reached out to me. A noose was found hanging from the rafters. The cowardice of such racism has no place on any jobsite. My friend you have the right to work in a safe environment free of harassment, & ought not be subjected to threatening displays of "domestic terrorism". A police investigation is on going but the media has yet to make this public. What needs to happen next? Exactly what hasn't happened, tool box talks regarding racism in the workplace needs to happen. Allocate the first 10 minutes of the day. Or after 1st break. Discuss strategies on how to handle racism in the work place. Leadership (foreman/supervisor) on behalf of company should express the companies stance on the issue. The concept of allyship & how to support one another should be a topic. If we're going to say we're a union, & acknowledge that we're brother's than i need you to take this issue seriously. And to be honest based on current events... these conversations should have happened weeks ago." ✊🏽 #blacklivesmatter #WeAllWeGot A post shared by Silence the Violence and Shun (@silencetheviolenceandshun) on Jun 25, 2020 at 2:46pm PDT\nOn Thursday, The EllisDon and Govan Brown tower at 81 Bay Street also found the same hate crime displayed on site. Toronto Police are now investigating. However at the moment, they do not have a statement on the matter, they said in an email.Just weeks before, two workers found nooses at an EllisDon construction site at Michael Garron Hospital. It is still undetermined if the events are connected.\nRegent Park residents gather to protest after noose found at construction site at Sumach St and Dundas E. @CityNews pic.twitter.com/8XIkgeQNDV— David Piedra Cobas (@D_PiedraCobas) June 28, 2020\nEllisDon has issued a statement in response to nooses found at Michael Garron Hospital, but Narcity is awaiting their comment on 81 Bay Street. The developer has confirmed that they were "confident" it was racially motivated.\nAt the gate of the Regent Park site where the noose was found last week. pic.twitter.com/hZ7LDJ4dKx— stefan🌱 (@YYZStefan) June 29, 2020\nA news release from June 12 says that two nooses at Michael Garron were found "strategically placed and we are confident they were racially motivated, by an individual or individuals, who have yet to be identified. To say we are shocked and disgusted would be an understatement."\nSince the hateful image was found, people have left supportive messages at the sites in Regent Park and in East York at Michael Garron.