DARTMOUTH – Do you know your rights as a tenant? Are you sure?
This Thursday, the Tenants’ Alliance of Nova Scotia (TALONS) and the Dalhousie Legal Aid Service will hold a public meeting to discuss what rights are not covered by the Nova Scotia Residential Tenancies’ Act and publicly think about what changes could and/or should be made to the current act.
Organizers plan to: discuss problems with the act as we know it today, propose changes and think about how to best enact such change in our province. Afterward, they will also host an open discussion on the topic of Tenants’ Rights in Nova Scotia to address any other questions you may have concerning the rights of tenants.
Come on out for some treats, tea and tenancy.
WHAT: Community Meeting on Tenants Rights
WHO: The Tenants’ Alliance of Nova Scotia (TALONS) and the Dalhousie Legal Aid Service (DLAS)
WHEN: 7pm- 8:30pm, Thursday, August 5
WHERE: Alderney Gate Public Library (60 Alderney Drive)
For more information, phone Kelsey MacLaren at 423-8105.
Photo by Shawn Micallef