100-Year-Old Woman In San Francisco Eviction Fight Dies


SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – A 100-year-old San Francisco woman who was involved in a lengthy and contentious eviction battle has died.

The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting Iris Canada passed away over the weekend after suffering a stroke.

Canada’s landlords had wanted to turn the Lower Haight apartment she’d lived in for decades into a condo.

She was eventually evicted last February and her case became a lightning rod for the debate over affordable housing in San Francisco.

A vigil is planned for tomorrow evening, starting at 5 PM, outside the building where she lived at 670 Page Street.


One Comment

  1. Landlords will kill you and many are connected to the “Deep State”. In this day and age, being a renter can be life threatening. My mother was just murdered using a DEW (Directed Energy Weapon), probably fired from one of the surrounding units, and died from a massive hemorrhagic stroke. Her name was Linda Goodmoney and she was 81. I tried to defend her rights as a tenant and the next day, she was dead. This is a Satanic Holocaust that people need to be aware of, I don’t think many people know what is happening. https://allstaractivist.com

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