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International day of action against evictions and outrageous rents – Saturday, April 6, Metrotown, 2pm
Rally and action on Saturday, April 6, 20192pm in front of Metrotown Skytrain Station, 4401 Beresford StreetMore information to come about the action next week! * We will hold a Townhall prior to this day on Wednesday, April 3rd! Join us at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House at 6.30pm to hear more about this call for action and […]
MAPLE RIDGE (Unceded Kwantlen & Katzie territories): This week, the Province announced that it will be pushing ahead with a new temporary, supportive modular housing project in Maple Ridge. While members of the homeless community in Maple Ridge welcome the gesture of a provincial intervention, they are disappointed that Minister Robinson’s solution is not permanent social housing, […]
The following statement was delivered by listen chen on behalf of Alliance Against Displacement at Vancouver City Hall on Wednesday, March 13, 2018, in response to Vancouver Rape Relief’s application for a Direct Social Services grant. The following day, City Council voted to divest from Vancouver Rape Relief, passing an amendment that the 2019 grant […]
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.
Don’t take down my home! Anita Place tent city residents speak out against Maple Ridge’s faux-fire-safety court application to demolish their shelters
The City of Maple Ridge has filed a notice of application with the BC Supreme Court for orders that would demolish the homes built by Anita Place Tent City residents, which they claim are not compliant with a Provincial Fire Order. Camp residents argue the City’s desired regulations, although in the name of safety, would […]
Rally against police power on November 24 at 2:00pm outside Surrey City Hall. Massive funding for police comes at the expense of social programs and resources, like community centres and youth programs, which could actually address some of the root causes of violence in our communities. By divesting from the police, we can invest in real community solutions.
Alliance Against Displacement extends solidarity to The Village, a self-organized homeless camp in East Oakland (Ohlone territory) that is facing an eviction today. Their story is all too familiar to homeless people and their allies in British Columbia: Namegans Nation in the Greater Victoria Region was evicted five times this fall, while Discontent City in […]
Join us for a panel and discussion Thurs, Nov. 8, 7:00 pm at KPU. Members of Anti-Police Power Surrey will discuss issues related to “crime” and policing, including the gang panic, the criminalization of poverty, immigration detention, and alternatives to policing.