Tiny House Warriors
Balmoral Street Build

I was lucky enough to get to lead a team of volunteers in the building of a mobile tiny house for the Tiny House Warriors. It was built over the course of 10 non-stop days on an overgrown downtown lot on Balmoral st. Over the course of the build I worked with dozens of community members who generously volunteered their time to see the project to completion.  

The entire project was grassroots crowdfunded, the result of countless volunteer hours, and built on top of a rusted old trailer found on UsedVic. 

Solar panels were donated and installed by Power to the People. 
The Tiny House Warriors is a project of Kanahus and the Manuel family, who have built seven tiny houses to date. They are re-occupying Secwepemcul’ecw (unceded Secwepemc territory), raising awareness about the connection between man camps and sexualized violence, and resisting the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.