Last week, the story of Camp Namegans residents and their recent eviction and arrest at Woodwynn Farms was not front-page news. Instead, municipal-election results captured the front page. It was good to see that the majority of councillors elected in the City of Victoria support either comprehensive housing that includes low-income housing or the building of low-income housing. This bodes well for the next four years.
However, municipal governments alone cannot end homelessness.
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