On Tuesday November 14, join us for a free, informative workshop on residential tenancy law delivered by TRAC (Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre) and hosted by the TRU Access to Justice Club. The speaker will be appearing virtually but it will be streamed live in the TRUSU Lecture Hall. Food will be provided for the in-person event. Sign up using the form below. If you sign up now, you also have a chance to win a Starbucks gift card!
This event is perfect for anyone interested in learning more about their rights and responsibilities as a tenant. The workshop will cover important topics such as tenancy agreements, rental deposits, and evictions.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and ask questions from our expert speaker. Mark your calendars and make sure to bring a friend along! We look forward to seeing you there. P.S sign up to be put in for a draw to win a $20 gift card to Starbucks! Food will be provided at the in-person event.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: Emma Lazo, Public Legal Education Coordinator at TRAC
As TRAC’s Public Legal Education Coordinator, Emma Lazo’s primary responsibility is delivering workshops on tenants’ and landlords’ rights and responsibilities to communities across British Columbia. Emma also educates thousands of tenants and advocates each year by answering calls on TRAC’s Tenant Infoline and helping distribute TRAC’s publications, such as the Tenant Survival Guide. During her 14 years at TRAC, Emma has developed a passion for providing education on residential tenancy law and promoting the legal protection of tenants.
WHAT IS TRAC?
TRAC is a non-profit organization that provides free legal education, representation, and advocacy on residential tenancy matters. A leader in tenants’ rights since 1984, TRAC’s mandate is to enhance legal protections for all tenants living in British Columbia.
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