On Secret Cameras And DTES Activists Turning On Themselves

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by Sean Orr | Two Chefs, One Camera? Vancouver restaurant owner allegedly had secret camera in bathroom ‘filming people doing their stuff’. Maybe he was just trying to get a Bosomworth. Oh, that’s awful. I am awful. Not as awful as this guy, but still…

Well this is weird: a group full of try-hard DTES ideologues disintegrates into infighting? Who would have ever thought? Open letter to the DNC from 5 Excluded members, and CCAP protests DNC. Oh god, The Excluded Five? Seriously? Sounds like someone really wants to be the Squamish Five.

When stigmas attack: Mayor and Police Chief further stigmatize people with mental health issues. “People afflicted with a mental illness are no more likely to be a danger to others than a person deemed mentally healthy”, bringing to mind the oft repeated adage that Granville Strip on a Friday night is far more terrifying than a poor person screaming at his/herself.

The case against having emotional ties to infrastructure: Destroying George Massey Tunnel would have my father turning over in his grave, says Doug Massey.

What referendum? TransLink: A Rat’s Nest Of Redundancy. But if we deny transit funding, then “the tax room is available for more road expansion needed to handle the growth transit would otherwise serve” – Gordon Price: Road pricing, the Referendum and the Future of the Region.

To sell pipeline, PM will need to face First Nations somewhere other than court. And if that doesn’t work, trains.

70,000 people march for Truth and Reconciliation and the Nanaimo Daily News prints another racist letter. One step forward, two steps back.

Why wasn’t I picked: Capture Photography Festival.

There is 1 comment

  1. “People afflicted with a mental illness are no more likely to be a danger to others than a person deemed mentally healthy”

    Really?

    What about a damage to everyone else’s mental health?

    Try living on Powell Street.

    🙂

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