The City of Abbotsford told the BC Supreme Court there were plenty of places for the homeless men and women of the Jubilee Park protest to stay.

It was a central part of the reason for the judge’s decision that people’s right to use the park was more important than the right’s of the homeless in the park.

If the high barrier shelters like the Salvation Army, which gave prior approval to the grotesque use of chicken feces against the very people in Jubilee Park who have argued they are unwelcome at Abbotsford shelters, have not provided enough shelter, despite being instructed to do so by the City, Walter Neufeld raises a valid question:

Was court misled?


Walter Neufeld is known for his advocacy work as president of the FVRD Citizens Association and his work against the gravel industry lobby.

He also founded a group called ‘Men on Roofs’. The full name of the group is ‘Men on Roofs ask Canadian politicians to stop filching our democracy’ and they are sponsoring a series of politically charged images aimed at Canadian politicians.

Today Media regularly publishes his satirical vignettes.

Walter’s latest project is a group called ‘woMen on Roofs – Fools in office’

Walter-Neufeld-150x150*Walter Neufeld was born and raised in Abbotsford. He manages a development company operating in BC and in Alberta. Walter has been a critic of the provincial government’s dysfunctional Mines Act for about 12 years. Neufeld is the president of the Fraser Valley Regional District Citizens Association (FVRDCA). Most recently, he’s critiqued both Honourable Randy Hawes and the gravel industries Aggregate Pilot Project which he believes to be a harmful private production document .

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