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March to End Homelessness - Saturday, May 25, 10am

Updated: May 27

As part of a province-wide day of action and solidarity, Ryan's Hope is organizing the Barrie March to End Homelessness



  • March and community picnic, as part of a provincial day of action and solidarity with unsheltered communities across the province, to hold all levels of government accountable for their inaction in addressing the growing housing and homelessness crisis


  • Saturday, May 25, 10am-1pm


  • Meeting at the Spirit Catcher (bottom of Bayfield Street at waterfront)

  • Marching through downtown core to Heritage Park

  • Speeches and community picnic in Heritage Park

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Christine Nayler

"It is in the shelter of each other that people live"

- Irish Proverb

You are invited to join us on Saturday May 25th for A March To End Homelessness

We will meet at the Spirit Catcher at 10:00 am and march through the downtown core ending our march at Heritage Park. Here we will gather for speeches, a call to action, and a community picnic.

There is no us and them, there is only US, and we are stronger together!

Neighbours marching together is how we build community!

We will be marching in solidarity with other communities across the province. Join us for this provincial day of action and solidarity.

We march to bring awareness to the growing housing and homelessness crisis in our city. We march in support of our unsheltered community. We march to hold all levels of government accountable for their inaction in addressing this crisis.

Community partners invested in getting involved and supporting this action please email

If you are coming to the march and are wondering what items we could use to support our unsheltered friends, we welcome the following items:

  • Bottled water

  • Juice boxes

  • Cookies and snack items

  • Socks

  • Ball caps and sun hats

  • Sleeping bags

  • Tarps

  • Rain ponchos


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