I have often enjoyed the Vaisakhi parade, but the criteria for a parade permit are based largely on the possibility of ensuring public safety. I wouldn't want to see this used as an excuse for withholding permission for expression of controversial views, but when the organizers of an event explicitly deny their capacity for or interest in protecting all members of the public then . . .
This Tyee Article about TILMA shows how its restrictions on differential regulation make it virtually impossible for one province to implement stricter standards (in any area).
Scott Leslie writes "on Campus 2020 Think Pieces - Envisioning Post-Secondary Education in BC 15 years out"
Should we get thetyee.ca Free Wireless in Vancouver?
I think so! Not so much for the business traveller (who probably has adequate access at hotel and meeting place) or the poor (who probably don't have laptops and more likely use free fixed community access points) but for tourists and the rest of us who suffer the inconvenience and expense of using multiple different providers and/or paying for an hour's access to just send one picture or message.
Voices For Change is the site blocked by Telus from access by its internet customers. It is obviously essential that the law should prohibit such censorship by service providers (along with similar actions by broadcast and print media to restrict criticism of their own operations and/or preferred advertisers)
this article by Crawford Killian is both an important message for the electorate and a sad comment on the effectiveness of the FPSE investment in bringing public attention to post-secondary education issues.