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sboyd27jan10 Reefer Madness Susan Boyd, PhD Studies in Policy and Practice, Faculty of Human and Social Development University of Victoria January 27, 2010 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm HSD A373 Research Conversations
By Marsha Lederman The Globe and Mail Posted Monday, January 25, 2010 9:27 PM ET Ross Rebagliati’s 300-metre skateboard up the highway from Osoyoos yesterday was the closing of a circle for him; the restoration of his good feelings about the Olympics, just as they’re about to hit his home turf. “That was very, very [...]
We are hosting another anniversary party at the club on Sunday. Anyone interested in bringing food for the potluck should contact Sariah to make sure we do not get too much potatoe salad. The party is from 7pm to 11pm. Thnx to everyone who helped us through the last year. In many ways it was [...]
The Harper government asked for a prorogue of parliament on January 30th. THis means that C15 has fallen and will need to be reintroduced. C-15 has been defeated but democracy in Canada has taken a hit, too. A big thnx to everyone who helped fight C-15. However there is no doubt that another similar law [...]
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survey-jan11 click link to view PDF of CBCC’s 2010 research study CANNABIS BAKER’S CHARGES DISAPPEARING Jan 15, 2010 Victoria, B.C.: The Cannabis Buyers’ Club of Canada had its baking location raided Dec 3, 2009 after complaints from neighbours brought police to the apartment. One person, Owen Smith, was arrested, though now it seems there will [...]
Michael Ignatieff is on a national university tour. The East coast was his first stop and between local and national media (and cpac) there was plenty of coverage. I attended his speech at Dalhousie and it was packed, and it filled up early, so if you plan on going, make sure on going early.
We will be hosting the Annual General Meeting of the Board on February 2. All are welcome. Hosted at 826 Johnson St. Victoria. Things have changed a lot in the last year! . Join us and help build our community.
Bill C-15 is harmful legislation about to be passed by our government. Corporate owned media across the country has repeatedly ignored or under-reported the flaws of this law, offering next to no coverage on the new Americanization of our justice system. December 2nd we had another PHONE JAM.« Previous Entries