Inside a bright green building on Church Street in Halifax, Stacey Gomez sits at her desk, working on her computer. Her home is peaceful, filled with art and plants. Outside, workers saw and hammer.
Gomez is one of the last people left in the seven-unit building. In March, all the tenants were given forms known as a DR5, asking them to leave for renovations, and many complied.
Gomez didn’t sign the form. She said she believes her landlord, Marcus Ranjbar, is trying to “renovict” her for minor repairs and renovations, and she’s standing her ground.
“I really love my place and I don’t want to leave,” said
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