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Activists disrupt Vancouver city council meeting to protest homelessness Protesters occupy council chambers, mayor's chair, call for end to housing crisis

Protesters occupied council chambers at Vancouver City Hall Tuesday, disrupting a council meeting to protest the city's ongoing homeless crisis.

The group consisted of activists and residents from various organizations and hotspots in Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside, including the Balmoral Hotel, the "Ten Year Tent City," the Carnegie Community Action Project, the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) and others.


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