I'm in Victoria, BC, Canada. I have a neighbour who makes it his business to know everything in our building, and while I was helping a friend move in late August, I came home to a note in my door, from him, that detailed his love for me and how he wants to be around to see my daughter grow up. She just turned one. And he is over twice my age. When I didn't respond, because I was busy and creeped out, he started saying things to other neighbours that I have relationships with. It has gotten to the point where he's been telling new tenants that I'm getting evicted for not paying rent, as well as telling the building manager that he has enough evidence against myself and another single mom to call social services and have our children seized. He claims we drink and do drugs out in front of the building until all hours of the night while my daughter and the other mom's son scream for hours unattended. We do no such things. I go nowhere without my daughter and she has a working baby monitor to keep an ear on her son. In September, my car started acting up. Just little things at first - the air in the tires would be a little lower than when I parked. Lower beyond reasonable expectations of contraction. Then, when I went to pick up diapers one day, smoke started coming from under my hood while I was stopped at a red. I pulled off to a side street to check the problem only to find that the hood had been caulked down after my radiator cap was reseated so that fluid dumped everywhere. This was two days after someone broke my passenger side door lock and my registration papers were covered in "whore" and "bitch". The day after the radiator incident, the oil from my engine was completely removed. Stalker neighbour has claimed that he used to have a Class 1 license. I called the police and they said there was nothing they could do as no one witnessed the tampering. They didn't even open a file. They also said that since we're neighbours, they can't file harassment charges since it's considered "willful interaction". The only solution, they said, is to move. I have nowhere to move to. I can't afford another apartment. I have a cauldron of problems, and no solutions that I can act on. Especially since termination is not an option.