From CHEK TV News:
Dozens remain in a homeless camp in Duncan, despite a B.C. Supreme Court imposed order to dismantle the gathering.
Campers were told to clear out of the Charles Hoey Park by 3 p.m. on Thursday.
A Duncan Commissionaire accompanied with a RCMP officer delivered the notice at 2 p.m., but campers remained.
“We got the court order and I’m not really sure what the plan is at this point” said one camper.
But at 3 p.m., RCMP didn’t show up and tents stayed up.
The camp was first set up on March 31 as a temporary protest against the lack of affordable housing in the area.