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Les Leyne: Trustees say police liaison submission not appropriate

Les Leyne: Trustees say police liaison submission not appropriate

Presentation included statements about families’s problems with gangs and how they believe a school police liaison program would have helped.
Les Leyne: Moulting attention hound needs some tough love

Les Leyne: Moulting attention hound needs some tough love

I regret to inform you that it’s time to drop all the celebrity camera hogging and go back to the ocean where you belong.
Les Leyne: School police form letters aimed at city hall

Les Leyne: School police form letters aimed at city hall

E-mail to Victoria teachers asks them to write to council protesting its request the school board reconsider cancelling school police liaison program.
Les Leyne: World Cup overrun? Don't go there

Les Leyne: World Cup overrun? Don't go there

Original estimates on major public projects are like jottings of what a crayoned elementary-school mural might cost, before it turns into a giant diamond-encrusted tapestry of spun gold.
Les Leyne: Board’s opposition to police in schools puts racialized people in ‘victim role,’ says youth counsellor

Les Leyne: Board’s opposition to police in schools puts racialized people in ‘victim role,’ says youth counsellor

“I’m tired of white people indoctrinating racialized children into thinking they aren’t safe from police here in Victoria,” Mia Golden told the Greater Victoria School Board.
Les Leyne: Public safety overlooked in decriminalization

Les Leyne: Public safety overlooked in decriminalization

Pilot program preparation failed to anticipate uncontrollable increase in public drug use and its impact.
Les Leyne: Public safety forces retreat on decriminalization

Les Leyne: Public safety forces retreat on decriminalization

B.C.’s historic drug decriminalization experiment is being dramatically scaled back as the NDP government retreats in the face of sustained public anxiety about what it is doing to perceptions of public safety.
Les Leyne: Two accounts of the pause of social harms bill

Les Leyne: Two accounts of the pause of social harms bill

Government introduced a bill that was supposed to smooth the way for the province to sue the social media giants for the damage they are doing to society
Les Leyne: Aboriginal title for Haida Gwaii raises questions about private landowners

Les Leyne: Aboriginal title for Haida Gwaii raises questions about private landowners

All private land owners on Haida Gwaii will need consent from the Haida Nation, according to a law firm specializing in Aboriginal issues.
Les Leyne: School board digs in with inane stance on police liaison officers

Les Leyne: School board digs in with inane stance on police liaison officers

Explaining why the board cancelled the program when most respondents to its own survey supported it, it said most of them identified as “having only white ethno-cultural background”