So someone has been placing 'Go Back to Toronto' stickers downtown:
'Go back to Toronto': on point or over the edge?
Frankly, it's an immature and naive position to take, and it's not really worth taking seriously.
That said, I quite enjoy the stencils my neighbour puts up under cloak of darkness, being a skull and crossbones (of hammers), reading simply 'HAMILTON: KEEP AWAY'. There are sanctioned t-shirts, too.
We've got a good thing going here, and we don't need people on the outside finding out about it. Oddly, I find the skull and crossbones a more positive, community-centric message than simply blaming things on Toronto. Boo, landlords! Boo, yuppies! Whatever.
And my neighbour's are a lot better-designed, too. Artistry sells these things.