Protesters are making their voices heard at commercial Broadway station over changes to their bus passes.
Around 50 people held signs and chanted their opposition to changes they say will cost people with disabilities an extra $52 dollars a month.
Protester Fraser Doke with Positive Living and Raise the Rates is laying the blame against Premier Christy Clark.
“Clark says she’s giving people with disabilities an extra $77 dollars a month, but she’s clawing back the bus pass, taking away the yearly pass, making it an administration costs.”
Other people felt persons with disabilities are being singled out when it comes to cost cutting measures.
The change in the bus pass program was unveiled in February’s budget.
The province is boosting disability payments $77, from $906 per month to $983 per month.
But it is also scrapping a $45 a year bus pass program for people on disability assistance, and replacing it with a new $52 monthly pass.