HRM delays on violence report

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I was on CBC radio last week along with Marilla Stephenson, to discuss the Chamber's mayoral debate. I got up early, put a pot of coffee on, wrote up some notes for what I wanted to say. It was a phoner, and the Information Morning folks talked first to Stephenson, who went on to say exactly what my notes read. Pretty funny, because she and I don't often agree.

But here we are again. Don Clairmont, who authored the exhaustive report on violence in Halifax, showed up at council Tuesday to discuss it. He's quite a presence, Clairmont, and had important, worthy things to say. I took copious notes, followed up with an email, hope to interview him, etc. But Stephenson beats me to the punch again. May as well read her take, she's bang on.

Still, I'll have more on this topic in a few days, after I talk with Clairmont.

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