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Stark Raven
Advocates say current conditions are inhumane
Jennifer McMillan, Housing First facilitator and former prisoner
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Jennifer McMillan says the conditions at Metro Vancouver's remand centres are inhumane. She says there's an urgent need for a new remand centre to be built.
Tiffany Chong, Stark Raven Media Collective
*This interview is complete with an intro and extro*

Recent controversy over where to build a new remand centre in Metro Vancouver is leaving hundreds in dirty and overcrowded conditions. The original plan to build the centre in Burnaby was quashed by disgruntled residents, and now plans for the new facility are delayed as the BC government decides where to build it. Stark Raven's Tiffany Chong interviews Jennifer McMillan, a woman who has served time at the Surrey Pre-trial centre. She is now a university student and housing first facilitator.

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00:09:56 1 July 20, 2009
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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