Single room occupancy hotels in the Downtown Eastside are raising their prices above what the people willing to live in them can afford. The Carnegie Community Action Project says that the city could and should be doing more to protect low-income housing. We speak with Wendy Pedersen, co-author of the third annual report on the cost of rents in the Downtown Eastside.

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