Find a Tenant Advocate

The Vancouver Tenants Union is a network of renters working in solidarity with one another to educate, agitate and organize for housing justice. Our union is not meant to replace a long list of existing social services and legal advocacy organizations that already exist. If you are in need of legal advice or advocacy, consider contacting one of these organizations.

  • Tenant Resource & Advisory Council (TRAC)
    Free legal information on BC residential tenancy law through their website, telephone Infoline, legal education workshops and multilingual resources.
  • First United Church
    Legal assistance, advice and representation to low-income and vulnerable people in the Downtown Eastside.
  • Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)
    Specific types of advocacy only. Click link above to learn more
  • Seniors First BC
    Legal Advocacy Program that provides legal advice, advocacy and representation to people aged 55+ on legal issues involving tenancy, debt and government benefits.
  • PovNet
    A BC-wide directory of advocacy service organizations