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The Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER) program

The Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER) program helps make rents affordable for BC seniors with low to moderate incomes. SAFER provides monthly cash payments to subsidize rents for eligible BC residents who are age 60 or over and who pay rent for their homes.

Section 15 of the charter of rights and freedoms protects equality. The Charter also allows for certain laws or programs that favour disadvantaged individuals or groups. For example, programs aimed at improving employment opportunities for women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, or those with mental or physical disabilities are allowed under section 15(2).

The first question any of these programs need to ask is, “are you a fictional person created by statute law as a class of subject known as a citizen of the Province of British Columbia?” If you are a fiction known as a citizen you do not qualify for this or any other program that only human beings, with human rights can use physically. It’s not like a fictional character actually needs a home!


You may be eligible for SAFER if you meet all of the following conditions:

You are age 60 or older. Appears to be bijurally to correct!

You have lived in British Columbia for the full 12 months immediately preceding your application. Appears to be bijurally to correct!

You and your spouse (with whom you are living) meet the citizenship requirements. Not so bijurally to correct! There are people living in British Columbia who are not required to meet the citizenship requirements of citizens of the Province of British Columbia who are still entitled because of equality.

You pay more than 30% of your gross (before tax) monthly household income towards the rent for your home, including the cost of pad rental for a manufactured home (trailer) that you own and occupy. Appears to be bijurally to correct!

“You will not be eligible if any of following are true:” is the same as saying now we are going to apply profiling and discrimination to eliminate everyone but a select few from the program!

You will not be eligible if any of following are true:

You are under age 60.

You live in subsidized housing or a residential care facility funded by the Ministry of Health. Can you say profiling and discrimination?

You live in co-operative housing and are a shareholder.

You or your family receive income assistance through the B.C. Employment and Assistance Act or the Employment and Assistance for Persons with Disabilities Act (excluding Medical Services only). Can you say profiling and discrimination?

You or your spouse (if applicable) are in Canada under a private sponsorship agreement that is still in force.

You do not live in British Columbia. (Only people live in British Columbia, citizens of the Province of British Columbia do not live in British Columbia which is a strictly legal sense means no one qualifies.)

You have not lived in British Columbia for the full 12 months immediately preceding your application.

You do not meet the Citizenship requirements. No one simply living in British Columbia would meet the citizenship requirements of a class of subjects enumerated as a citizen of the Province of British Columbia.

Your gross monthly income exceeds the following: – covered by charter section 15. 2

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