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Lack of shelters and the emergence of fentanyl is “changing the game” in terms of homelessness, leading to more tent cities across the province, B.C.’s housing minister says
Rich Coleman said makeshift camps have spread beyond the big cities of Vancouver and Victoria to municipalities throughout B.C., prompted in part by migrants coming to B.C. from other parts of the country in hopes of better economic conditions but confronted by high housing costs and B.C.’s more potent street drugs. Read the rest of this article at The Province…
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“Months on a trapline in the wilds of James Bay promised deliverance from the self-doubts that nagged me, even if I did worry about not having a clue what I was going to be doing out there,” writes Duncan McCue in his new memoir