Watch video · Homeless campers in Nanaimo’s tent city have been given an extra week in their encampment at 1 Port Drive. Campers had initially been ordered …
Nanaimo tent city eviction deferred by one week Posted on October 12, 2018 Dozens of individuals along with advocacy and health groups have signed on to an open letter to Nanaimo council asking that it extend a deadline to close a homeless camp.
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The possibility of eviction notices and an injunction was discussed early in the planning stages of the tent city. «We welcome the opportunity to be brought before a judge that hopefully isn’t encumbered by the bigotry that seems to be clouding the Nanaimo city council’s judgement here,» Courtorielle said.
Groups ask Nanaimo council to delay tent-city eviction The 70 groups and individuals supporting the letter include the Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce, the United Way and the B.C. Civil Liberties
Homeless people who have been living in a tent city along Nanaimo’s waterfront for months will get a little more time before they’re forced to leave. The City of Nanaimo says it has deferred a
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Groups ask Nanaimo, B.C., council to delay tent-city eviction The B.C. Supreme Court gave the city an injunction last month due to be applied on Oct. 12, although the court said it was important that the dismantling occur in an orderly and sensitive fashion.
NANAIMO — There was no police action at downtown Nanaimo’s tent city after a 72 hour eviction notice came and went, but officers will soon ticket the homeless living at Discontent City.. Mayor Bill McKay said the City and Nanaimo RCMP had no intention of ticketing or evicting the homeless currently living at 1 Port Dr. across from the Port Place Shopping Centre Tuesday morning.
The current tent city in Nanaimo was set up on May 17, 2018. File photo. The City of Nanaimo’s council has passed a motion requesting tent city occupants vacate the Port Drive property in 72 hours.