Surrey tenants won a standards and maintenance bylaw in 2012 and continue to work to help raise the quality of rental housing in the city.
Members in the Whalley/Guildford area got together to identify key concerns in the community.
BC ACORN leader Tabitha Naismith speaks to CTV about the need for safe, livable communities.
On Thursday, February 1, several ACORN members attended the BC Poverty Reduction Strategy community meeting in Surrey. ACORN leader Tabitha Naismith attended the meeting and spoke to the Surrey Now-Leader about the housing crisis.
The wind was blowing and noses were turning red, but protestors for for the Clayton suite crackdown still had their signs high in the air on Sunday.
Tenants of a Whalley apartment feel their concerns over dire living conditions have been ignored by city hall.
Group wants city to track complaints about problems with rental apartment buildings
ACORN members braved the bitter winds to call on the city of Surrey's by-law department to improve their accountability to the citizens of the city
Video coverage of Surrey tenants' rally
Surrey action on healthy homes