Translink and BC Human Rights

Jan 20

to me

Dear Ms. Tryggvason:

Thank you for your continued correspondence regarding your concerns with groups distributing materials at transit stations.

As previously stated TransLink is obligated to balance passengers’ rights to safety, security and access to stations with the other rights found in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This includes the right for people to distribute non-commercial materials. To do so, TransLink has rules and regulations to make sure people distributing material do so in a way that does not interfere with passenger flow or safety.

Again, the next time you see a group distributing materials that is blocking passenger flow, please let an attendant – whether Transit Security or Transit Police – know.  The group will be moved to a more appropriate place.

In your correspondence, you requested TransLink’s mailing address, which is as follows:

400 – 287 Nelson’s Court
New Westminster, BC  V3L 0E7

Thank you again for writing.


Customer Information Services <> or call us at 604.953.3333.

This is a summary of a Customer Service Report that has been logged regarding your department.

Feedback Id: 761987

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4:59 PM (0 minutes ago)

to custrel

I did that already and was ignored by your staff and by RCMP

and by this process of being blown off with internet lawyering and speaking points that do not resolve the matter, but extend it by telling me to put my person at risk of both conflict with policing authorities and further being ignored and told that I am the problem on the premises.
you give me no hope of service or assistance, just further public humiliation
my request was for your address for service for delivery of a BC Human rights complaint
because you are violating me and preventing me from access the service with dignity of person
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