Former residents and friends of the Surrey Strip are gathering to share food, music, and memories of loved ones who are no longer with us – the fallen friends of 135A Street. Everyone is welcome!
Stop Demovictions is planning our next summer BBQ! Join us on Saturday, July 6th from 4:00 to 7:00pm at Maywood Park, 6480 McKay Avenue.
On June 5th, current and former camp residents, drug users, and activists will challenge Fraser Health to ignore local anti-drug user rhetoric and open a lifesaving OPS to replace the one shut down by Mayor Morden.
Support the Tri-Cities homeless! Come to a rally to say no to the Tri-Cities Model of disappearing the poor, no to police harassment of homeless people, no to social isolation and overdose death, and yes to homeless power and homes for all!
The Mayor’s Task Force recently released 10 "quick starts" to tackle the housing crisis in Burnaby. At this town hall, we will peel back the technical language and media hype to see what is going on and how it will impact Indigenous and working class tenants in Metrotown.
Saturday, May 11, 20191:00 pm - 3:00 pmSurrey RCMP Main Detachment14355 57 Ave, Surrey Please invite your friends and share widely! You can count on the Surrey RCMP to [...]
On April 14th, the anti-homeless NIMBYs of Maple Ridge plan to hold another rally against housing. Current and former residents of Anita Place tent city are calling a counter rally to fight for homes now!
Organizers from Mietenwahnsinn in Berlin are calling for demonstrations across the world on Saturday, April 6 with actions being planned in Germany, Spain, France and elsewhere… and we want to join them!
Tuesday March 5th, 4:00pm outside Anita Place tent city on 223rd St and 117 Ave. Support Anita Place Tent City – call for fire safe heating now, and for the Province to buy the apartment building across the street for social housing at 100% welfare/pension rate.
The frontlines of struggle against colonialism are everywhere: Alliance Against Displacement statement in unity with the Wet’suwet’en
For Indigenous people displaced from our territories, who have made the city our home, and for working class people dedicated to dismantling the colonial project, the struggle at Unist’ot’en is our struggle.