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Tenants at four social housing units at Little Mountain face a possible shuffle at the end of the month.
B.C. Housing says they will find a temporary home for those residents while their new social housing is developed on the site.
Advocate David Chudnovsky says there's no point in the tenants moving twice, though.
"The city says the first phase has to include the replacement social housing for these people, so why in the world can't they stay in their homes until they're new social housing units are completed?"
The four families are set for a conference call hearing with the residential tenancy board to appeal the eviction, but want an 'in-person' hearing.