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Petition tops more than 5,000 signatures to save park in Victoria from tent city

Petitioners want city to find shelters for homeless


June 17, 2020
By Victoria News

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More than 5,000 signatures have been gathered on a petition, calling for the City of Victoria to “save Beacon Hill Park.” The park has become a tent city for the homeless, and neighbouring residents have complained about garbage, needles and human waste being left in the park.

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1 Comment » for Petition tops more than 5,000 signatures to save park in Victoria from tent city
  1. Astrid says:

    Beacon Hill park is too beautiful and used by old people (like myself) who have lived here for 80 or more years. We were the people who made Canada, the Provinces, and the cities and towns great. Why spoil Victoria’s treasure – Beacon Hill Park for the homeless tent city. They should be out of sight now front and centre when we want to visit it. We are being degraded by the homeless and we do not deserve that.

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