1. City of Vancouver apologizes for harm caused during daily street sweeps in the Downtown Eastside  CBC.ca
  2. 1 arrested after glass smashed at Vancouver City Hall during ‘street sweep’ protest: Police  Global News
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Advocates have been calling for an end to street sweeps for years, saying the practice displaces people and their belongings.Advocates have been calling for an end to street sweeps for years, saying the practice displaces people and their belongings.

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The group tried to disrupt a meeting and "briefly occupied the building's lobby," before police escorted them outside, according to the VPD. The group tried to disrupt a meeting and "briefly occupied the building's lobby," before police escorted them outside, according to the VPD.

1 arrested after glass smashed at Vancouver City Hall during ‘street sweep’ protest: Police | Globalnews.ca

"We sincerely regret and apologize for any harm and trauma that has been created as a result of this work and recognize important items have been discarded,”…

City of Vancouver vows to find alternative to DTES 'street sweeps' | Vancouver Sun

The city of Vancouver should stop sending its staff, accompanied by police officers, to do daily “street sweeps” of the belongings of people who are without homes on the Downtown Eastside, says a city councillor and Downtown Eastside advocates who say it violates their constitutional, human and civil rights.

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