Housing advocates say there is no plan from the city of Vancouver or the province of British Columbia to house over 400 people living in tents and makeshift shelters along the sidewalks of Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside.
A day after city staff began the removal of tents along East Hastings street, most of the structures are still standing and those dwelling in them wonder where they’re supposed to go.
“The city has no options for them. They straight up have no units for anyone,” said Vince Tao with the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users.
“There’s no plan to where people
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