Megaphone Magazine


Out Homes Can't Wait

JOIN THE OUR HOMES CAN’T WAIT COALITION FOR A TOWN HALL ON RISING RENTS AND EVICTIONS. THURSDAY MARCH 29 at 3 pm in the Carnegie Community Center. All are welcome. Snacks Provided. Please copy and share. Poster attached. #vanpoli #bcpoli…
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Carnegie Community Action Project (CCAP) 2018 Report—Worst Year for Homeless [ 34 page Report]


Carnegie Community Action Project (CCAP) 2018 Report March 12, 2018 Downtown Eastside Housing Crisis Worse than it‘s ever been VANCOUVER COAST SALISH TERRITORIES–2017 was the worst year for homeless Downtown Eastside (OTES) residents since the Carnegie Community Action Project (CCAP)…
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Homeless Conference Friday March 18 2018

Be the Change: Changing Attitudes | Seeking Solutions | Taking Action Friday, March 16, 2018 SESSION 2: Homelessness 1:00 pm: The Real Causes of Homelessness JUDY GRAVES, Housing & Homelessness Advocate 1:15 pm: Causes and Solutions to Homelessness STEFANIA SECCIA,…
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Vancouverites set to take to the streets demanding action on housing, crackdown on lawbreaking in real estate

Vancouverites are getting ready to take to the streets demanding the province to act on housing and crackdown on rampant speculation and criminal activity plaguing the the region’s real estate market. The first Rally for Affordable Housing Action by the umbrella group…
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Burnaby mayor Derek Corrigan and his draconian boiling from scheme

On Monday, July 24th 2017 Burnaby City Council will vote on its destructive “Metrotown Downtown Plan.” If this plan is approved, the entire Metrotown neighbourhood will be impacted: thousands of rental apartments will be demolished to make way for high-rise…
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‘Not having housing is life-threatening’: Activist takes the stage at Vancouver forum on future of housing

Mayor Gregor Robertson said the city needs help from senior governments to crackdown on owners of rundown SRO hotel/rooming houses. JASON PAYNE / PNG

The focus of a forum Saturday on the future of housing in Vancouver abruptly shifted to those with no homes at all, when an advocate for the homeless took over from city staff. The City of Vancouver’s “Big Conversation” brought…
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