Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities   Tenant Legal Advocate TRAC is looking to hire a Legal Advocate on a full-time basis (35 hours per week) for a one-year term. The Legal Advocate will offer direct advocacy services, including full representation at Residential Tenancy Branch dispute resolution hearings, to low-income Vancouver tenants living in non-profit and supportive housing. TRAC […]

Board of Directors

Board of Directors Susan Cameron: President Patricia Woroch: Vice-President Darb Dhillon: Treasurer Lily Chen: Secretary Alison Emond Denise Liew Veronica Page Tanysha Klassen Charles Lafferty     Susan Cameron: President Susan Cameron first became involved with TRAC as a client over twenty years ago when the organization helped her win a Supreme Court case involving […]

Funders

TRAC is a non-profit organization that exists because of the ongoing financial support of our core funders – the Law Foundation of BC, City of Vancouver and Province of BC.

Mission

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.

Media

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