Dartmouth Members Demand Healthy Homes

Nova Scotia ACORN

Posted April 13, 2018

Nova Scotia ACORN members and tenants of 15 Kennedy Drive rallied together this morning in front of their building to fight against the scary living conditions that their landlord, MetCap Living, has forced them to live with. From broken elevators to leaky roofs and cockroaches, tenants are fed up and are demanding that proper inspections and repairs be done efficiently, and that policy makers push for landlord licensing in our city.

Many came out to show their support including City Councillor Tony Mancini and MLA of Dartmouth North Susan Leblanc.

Press:

CBC News: Tenants say they're living with cockroaches and ants in Dartmouth building

Halifax Today: Tenants to call for change in rally outside of Dartmouth apartment building 

Nova Scotia Advocate: MetCaptivated: Metcap Living tenants just want a decent place to live