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Social housing debate continues

The debate over social housing in Nanaimo’s north end continues Friday (Oct. 21) at Oliver Woods Community Centre.

The Concerned Citizens of Nanaimo, a group questioning the decision to build up to 40 social housing units for the city’s homeless people at 6025 Uplands Dr., organized a public meeting, inviting mayor, council and community leaders to attend.

The meeting takes place at 7:30 p.m.

Oliver Woods is at 6000 Oliver Rd.

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