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Derrick Black, one of the original residents of the Moss Park encampment, survived a year of confrontations with the city, police raids, and extreme weather in his fight for permanent housing. His story in his own words.
For a time, I was the only openly gay man in my prison. Then I met a trans woman and we started our own LGBTQ2 support group.
Life in a neighbourhood where death comes too often and too early.
I have cooked in restaurant kitchens, and for newspaper readers. Working at a shelter taught me a new way to look at food.
Anna refused to leave the streets for a shelter. As temperatures plunged, I got worried. Then someone stepped in with an unusual solution.