Downtown South Residents Rights Association

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Downtown South Residents Rights Association

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The Downtown South Residents' Rights Association was established in 1998 as an advocacy and support group for residents of the downtown south area of Vancouver, a successor to the Downtown Granville Tenants' Association which was active from the late 1980s to 1998. The Association, which was primarily concerned with social housing, social assistance and poverty issues affecting the residents, was dissolved in September, 2001.


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