Live-aboards on the Gorge are soon to be no longer, raising concerns about where the at-risk residents will go.

The sight of live-aboard boats anchoring on the Gorge Waterway in Victoria could soon be a thing of the past. Council passed a bylaw banning overnight anchoring in the Gorge last year, and by the end of October, people living in boats could be told to raise anchor and leave.

Read the article: Living on boats to be a thing of the past in Victoria’s Gorge

Source: CBC

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