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Justice for Georgia! Rally against Indigenous child apprehension and abuse

2021-05-17T16:57:38-07:00Categories: Events, Events and Updates|Tags: |

On Friday May 21st at 2pm, we are rallying outside the Ministry of Children and Family Development office in Surrey to demand justice for Georgia and all children in foster care, and to call for an end to Indigenous child apprehension and abuse!

Schoolhouse Squat Legal Defence Fund

2021-05-17T23:34:19-07:00Categories: Events and Updates|Tags: , , |

We are fundraising $9,600 for the Schoolhouse Squat legal defence fund. Donate to help us recoup the costs imposed by the criminalization of direct survival actions in a growing poor people’s movement, and enable us to keep fighting to build the power we need to end homelessness!

Tenants plan to refuse today’s unlawful and unnecessary eviction order from the Township of Langley

2021-05-14T11:54:11-07:00Categories: News Releases|Tags: , |

Five tenants are facing imminent eviction led by the Township of Langley. With nowhere to go, no support from City Council, and a Residential Tenancy hearing scheduled for next week, the household plans to hold their ground and stay in their home.

Tenants picket landlord’s mansion after he locks them out of their homes

2021-04-30T11:55:21-07:00Categories: News Releases|Tags: , |

Twenty tenants with the Dow Avenue Tenants Group and the Eviction Defence Network paid a visit to Peterson CEO Ben Yeung’s multi-million dollar home

“The IIO is blocking our access to justice”: Family of man murdered by RCMP call on Attorney General to join their fight against police brutality

2021-05-14T11:55:06-07:00Categories: News Releases|Tags: |

The family of Kyaw Din, who was killed by RCMP officers in 2019, is calling on the Attorney General to join them in their efforts to get justice for Kyaw. They also call on the IIO to overturn its unjust decision to exonerate the police officers.