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Displaced Prince George tenants want rent money back after fire leaves them homeless

A group of evacuees in Prince George hope their rent money did not go up in smoke when their homes did. Tenants of Victoria Towers were forced out of their homes on November 3rd, and now they want their damage deposits and November rent back. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata spoke with some tenants as they plan to take action to get their money.

Betsy Trumpener also spoke with Tom Durning of the Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre in Vancouver to find out what rights tenants have in this sort of situation.

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You can learn more about tenant rights at tenants.bc.ca.

See also: Victoria Tower Tenant Attempts to Move On After Fire

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