British Columbia: New B-C legislation would allow police to arrest or ticket demonstrators blocking access, disrupting schools or intimidating students or school staff.
Premier David Eby says disruptive protests have included people angry about sexual orientation and gender identity education being taught in schools.
If passed, the new law would bring in 20-metre protest exclusion zones around schools.
Eby says these are things that shouldn’t need law, but unfortunately, the legislation is necessary.
(The Canadian Press)

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