Militant Mothers of Ray-Mur video

BlackStrathcona.com has put together a series of videos about the vibrant and diverse history of our community. Here is their video on the Militant Mothers of Ray-Mur who stopped the trains to protect the safety of their children. [embedyt]...

Community reflections

“Our community sometimes called the Inner City is rich and culturally diverse. Immigrants and refugees from all over the world converge in this part of the city, mostly for economic reasons. Others settle in this part of the City because of the closeness and values of...

A brief history of Ray-cam Cooperative Centre

Ray-Cam Co-operative Centre was opened in 1976, a joint effort of area residents, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and the City of Vancouver. It started initially as a Social Recreation Centre and food Co-operative and has developed into a full fledged...

A poem to Ray-Cam

The history of Ray-Cam is really neat For the militant moms dug down deep They found the strength that brought us here To help the children for all these years It gave all families a fighting chance To belong to a community that understands With all the drugs and...

Learning about our neighbourhood

Links and history related to our neighbourhood http://strathcona-residents.org/our-history Militant mothers of Ray-Cam photo About our mural Blog about our neighbourhood