Housing is a human right

A fireside chat with BC housing experts

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Housing has been the #1 issue in BC for years. We’re in a crisis and it’s getting worse. It affects nearly everyone in some way, from young families and students, to professionals and seniors. Equity-seeking groups, who are already marginalized in our communities, are especially impacted by the housing crisis.

So how do we navigate our way out? Do we need big, bold solutions or should we take a more careful, incremental approach? How is the housing crisis tied to wealth inequality; equity, inclusion and diversity; and climate change?

Join our MLAs for a fireside chat with some of BC’s non-partisan housing experts. Learn about what’s really going on with the housing crisis and what options are available.

June Francis

Chair of the Hogan’s Alley board of directors; Anti-racism advisor to the president of SFU; Co-Founder of Co-Lab Project; Director at SFU Institute for Diaspora Research and Engagement; Associate Professor of Marketing at the SFU Beedie School of Business

Paul Kershaw

Founder of Generation Squeeze; Director of the UBC Masters of Public Health Program; Associate Professor at the UBC School of Population & Public Health

Jen St. Denis (she/her)

Journalist for The Tyee covering the Downtown Eastside, housing and city politics

Adam Olsen, host (he/him)

MLA for Saanich North and the Islands


This event will be held on Zoom and is FREE.

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Thu. Nov 18, 2021
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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