Women Transforming Cities presents a panel discussion on Vancouver's housing crisis on October 13

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      On October 13 Women Transforming Cities--which works to promote policies and programs that address gender, racial, and social inequity--is presenting an online panel discussion on Vancouver's housing crisis.

      Speakers will include Janice Abbott (CEO of Atira Women's Resource Society), Ginger Gosnell-Myers (the first Indigenous Fellow with the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue), DTES grassroots organizer Samantha Pranteau, and tenant advocate and community organizer Sara Sagaii.

      The discussion--which will revolve around the question "What would housing look like if Vancouver were a women-friendly city?"--will be moderated by Tesicca Truong, a ministerial advisor for B.C.'s Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery, and Innovation.

      The free event runs from 6:30 to 8 pm Pacific time, and you can register here.