Ruling that cites homeless discrimination appealed

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A Vancouver Business association is appealing the ruling that the Downtown Ambassador programs discriminated against people experiencing homelessness.

An association representing Vancouver businesses is appealing a B.C. Supreme Court ruling that found its street patrol program discriminates against homeless people. The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association says it will argue that a judge made mistakes with a judgment on the Downtown Ambassador Program.

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Source: Victoria News

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