Updating Enforcement A rethinking of law enforcement has resulted from the use of force protests in the United States combined with concerns for community safety during the recent BC election. Fortunately, the Province can modernize and update law enforcement without creating more bureaucracy and with minimal cost to the taxpayer. This requires an approach emphasizing […]
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The License Inspectors’ and Bylaw Officers’ Association of British Columbia (“LIBOA”) represented local government Animal Control Officers as an intervenor in Santics v. Cristofoli (the Animal Control Officer for the City of Vancouver) (“Santics”). Legal counsel Troy DeSouza (representing LIBOA) and Robert LeBlanc (representing the City of Vancouver) represented local government perspectives at the appeal hearing. They […]
In the local government world, this is not always possible or practical. However, with remedial action requirements, you can get it done yourself. And you can recover the cost of the work! Every community, no matter how big or small, has one. A problem property. The neighbours complain about it being a nuisance. Building inspectors […]
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