National. Opposition MPs fight for G20 hearings Ottawa Citizen
May 26, 2010
May 25, 2010
Canadian Justice is too often an empty one. The establishment cover ups for it’s own and prevails. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/by-their-false-denials-who-is-fooling-whom/
INADEQUACIES, AND UNPROSECUTED BAD CRIMMINALS ABOUND CAUSE CLEARLY OUR BAD LEADERS, ADMINSTRATORS THEY DO NOT WANT TO PROSECUTE THEIR BAD ASSOCIATES CAUSE EVEN THEY LIKLEY WOULD HAVE TO PROECUTE THEMSLVES CAUSE THEY ARE EQUALLY BAD..
Undeiably the governments have failed to look after their own subordinates, our civil and public servants, and to look adequately after all of us in Canada. unacceptable. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/11/04/cnadian-governments-ignorance/
When it comes to punishment for criminal, unacceptable bad acts Canada for the last 50 years even has double standards, one for the ordinary Joe Blow and one for the Professionals, the Professionals – Doctors and Nurses, CEO’s, Managers, Accountants, Police they all tend to get off Scott free, rewarded even.. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/the-conservatives-are-realy-now-no-better-over-the-liberals-in-canada/
Biking advocates and friends of Darcy Allan Sheppard were outraged to learn charges were dropped against Michael Bryant. Marli Epp, the spokesman for the Toronto Bike Messenger Association, told the Sun the justice system has failed. Cycling advocates decry decision to drop Bryant’s charges It is hard to believe that Darcy Allan Sheppard death was solely unpreventable and that Michael Bryant did not in any way help to contribute to it.
Police and the justice system seem to take the easy way out and clearly will not oppose the political establishment that sets it’s budgets and raises now too.
Police do not mind harassing stil the ordinary folks with traffic, parking, speeding tickets though! Anyway a poor man’s death does not matter?
May 17, 2010
Tasha Kheiriddin: MPs’ refusal of audit request an absolute disgrace National Post (blog) May 16, 2010 Well guess what – if you are a taxpayer to the government of Canada, that is exactly what you are being asked to do by your local Member of Parliament. …
We all want to know how our money’s spent Montreal Gazette - - May 11, 2010 The Halifax Chronicle-Herald reported last week that the board’s members have already decided, informally, to refuse Fraser’s request. …
Fear driving expense flap, expert says National Post - MPs who are refusing to release their expense accounts to the Auditor-General appear to be “scared s—less” of scandal, a political scholar says, even as two MPs call for parliamentarians to open their books on how they spend taxpayer dollars.
As politicians in Ottawa continue to fight with the auditor general over their expenses, a snapshot of already-public information shows a Vancouver Island MP is one of the biggest spenders in Canada. While most Vancouver Island federal politicians have spent roughly the average among members of Parliament, Conservative backbencher James Lunney of Nanaimo-Alberni racked up the fifth-largest bill of the 312 MPs in 2008-09, according to the most recently available Individual Member’s Expenditures report. Lunney charged $564,728 worth of office, travel and supply costs to taxpayers. His salary, like those of all MPs, was not included in his expenses. That makes him the third-biggest spender among B.C. politicians, and the third-largest in his party. Federal politicians bill taxpayers in two categories: An office budget, which includes salaries for staff, extra BlackBerrys and telephone lines, hospitality and gifts, travel within the riding, advertising and letters of greeting to constituents, and leasing costs for a constituency office. A “goods and services provided by the House” category, which includes 64 return trips a year between Ottawa and a constituency, reimbursement for accommodation and meals during travel (within a limit), basic telephone lines and BlackBerrys, newsletter and household mailers, office supplies for both Hill and constituency offices and furniture. http://www.timescolonist.com/news/Islander+among+spending/3066245/story.html
Budget watchdog wants to pore over $1-billion summit security bill Globe and Mail . Parliament’s budget watchdog is turning his careful financial eye to the massive $1-billion security bill estimated for the next month’s G8 and G20 summits.
The NDP wants Auditor General Sheila Fraser and Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page to probe the “incomprehensible and inexcusable” costs, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff accused the government of “reckless spending” and massive disorganization. The money is being spent by the RCMP, the Public Safety Department, and National Defence. More than half will be spent by the RCMP. Solution? a cheap one too, Do merely start the exposure exemplary firing all bad civil and bad public servants as well. Start firing the bad managers
The largest contract in Montreal, in the city’s history was fraught by a lack of supervision of contracts at city hall, and ethically questionable relations between former city officials and companies seeking deals. After Montreal’s auditor-general confirmed the paper’s findings, Mayor GÈrald Tremblay cancelled the deal and two top city officials were fired
Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/Gazette+wins+Michener+Award/3081789/story.html#ixzz0pEGJduNk
and if that is not bad enough how about your personal privacy invasions?
The Conservative Government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been caught monitoring political comments on Internet chat rooms, and employing respondents to correct the commentators, and their “misinformation”. Considered a “pilot” program by the Federal government, the monitors were also employed to respond to the postings in favour of the government’s position on the issue. Richard Rosenberg, who is president of the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association feels that the government is infringing on Canadian citizen’s rights of privacy and free speech as guaranteed under the Constitution. “The government has a lot of power, that it feels the need to monitor public bulletin boards, or places where people express views and then to respond to that, seems to me going beyond a reasonable action the government should be taking.” he said. To Rosenberg’s knowledge this is the first time a Canadian government has spied on it’s citizens without a warrant. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/292437
Most browsers leave fingerprint that can ID users Register The vast majority of people surfing the web leave behind digital fingerprints that can be used to uniquely identify them, research released Monday by the Electronic Frontier Foundation suggests.
Tracking Web users without using cookies CNET (blog)
How your Web browser rats you out online Ars Technica
Who is responsible and what are the problems? CBC.ca - On Sunday, May 16, residents of Walkerton, Ont., gathered together to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the infamous water crisis that killed seven people and sickened nearly half of the community.
May 13, 2010
I never did like Fantino or Canada’s police forces.. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/the-police/
TORONTO (CBC) – Ontario Attorney General Chris Bentley is defending the removal of four government lawyers from a case involving the province’s Special Investigations Unit, the Ontario Provincial Police, and the force’s commissioner, Julian Fantino. Just hours before the court case began Thursday in Toronto, the government lawyers from the Ministry of the Attorney General withdrew their representation for the SIU, which has alleged that Fantino and OPP officers violated the Police Act regarding SIU investigations. Earlier this week, it came to light that Ian Scott, the director of the SIU, together with the signed backing of the four provincial government lawyers, had taken the unprecedented step of siding with a pair of grieving families of two men shot and killed last summer by OPP officers. New Democrat MPP Peter Kormos noted other government lawyers are still working on the case, representing Fantino. The SIU has accused Fantino and a number of his officers of breaking the law by failing to properly co-operate with probes into the shootings. The watchdog has accused Fantino of failing to ensure officers promptly notified the SIU of one case last June. In a second incident, Scott has accused Fantino of failing to ensure officers were properly segregated by allowing them to consult the same lawyer and to prepare two sets of notes only submitting a final version of events vetted by their lawyer. The SIU had the four Ministry of the Attorney General lawyers draft its legal position and sign the statement of facts prepared for Thursday morning’s court hearing. In court Thursday. Also in court were about 25 family members and friends of the two dead men Doug Minty and Levi Schaeffer. Minty, a 59-year-old with a mental disability, was shot five times on June 22, 2009, by an OPP officer. Minty had become agitated as the result of a visit from a door-to-door salesman, and police were called to the house. “I want answers to Doug’s death,” said his mother, Evelyn Minty. “It should never have happened.” John Minty, a brother of Doug, said he was astounded at how many police organizations were in court. “I guess if I was in any way cynical, I’d believe they are trying essentially to spend us out of the case, that we’ll run out of money before they will,” he said. Schaeffer, 30, of Peterborough, Ont., suffered from schizoaffective panic and personality disorder. On June 24, 2009, Schaeffer was camping near Osnaburgh Lake when he got into an altercation with the OPP, which resulted in an officer shooting twice and killing him. The hearing is to continue Friday. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/100513/canada/canada_siu_opp_fantino_shootings
TORONTO – Families of two men shot dead by police in Ontario squared off against police groups Thursday in a court battle over how officers prepare notes of such incidents and deal with civilian investigators afterward. Outside court, emotional family members said they were simply looking to find out exactly what happened to their loved ones. “I don’t want mothers to go through what I’m going through,” said Evelyn Minty, mother of Doug Minty, 59, who was shot dead in June last year. “It’s a year. I can’t forget it. I can’t sleep nights.” The families, through their lawyer Julian Falconer, are asking the courts for a declaration the officers violated the law around how police co-operated with the province’s Special Investigations Unit after the killings. They assert, among other things, that allowing the officer who pulled the trigger and officers who witnessed the incident to consult the same lawyer effectively amounts to collusion. They also say the officers first provided notes to their lawyer, before turning them over to the civilian investigators. SIU investigators expressed concern about police “tampering” with evidence, and the agency’s director, Ian Scott, said he could not determine what had happened because he could not rely on the officers’ notes. “I don’t know what to believe about the circumstances of my son’s death,” said Ruth Schaeffer, mother of Levi Schaeffer, 30, whom police killed in a separate shooting also last June. “I am hoping this may throw some light on it or at least change the situation where the police write their notes in a timely fashion and not two days after the fact, and also that they write their notes before meeting with counsel.” The proceedings became murkier after the province’s Ministry of the Attorney General, of which the SIU is part, withdrew from the hearing, leaving Scott to find his own lawyer. Attorney General Chris Bentley’s hints at some kind of conflict of interest prompted the opposition New Democrats and Minty’s relatives to accuse him of succumbing to police-union bullying. “In this most peculiar, this bizarre, this astounding turn of events, the attorney general responds to police pressure and this alleged conflict by pulling his lawyers from representing its own agency,” New Democrat Peter Kormos said outside the legislature. Outside court, Doug Minty’s sister, Diane Pinder, said it appeared the police unions had scared Bentley. “The SIU had backed us, and now they’ve pulled out,” Pinder said. “They’re intimidated by the police union.” Minty, of Elmvale, Ont., who was mentally challenged, was shot five times outside his home, apparently after threatening the officer with a small utility knife. Two days later, Schaeffer, of Peterborough, Ont., who had mental-health issues, was shot dead at a remote lake in northern Ontario following an altercation with two officers. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100513/national/siu_investigations
Ont. lawyers pulled from SIU case against OPP CBC.ca - Ontario Attorney General Chris Bentley is defending the removal of four government lawyers from a case involving the province’s Special Investigations Unit, the Ontario Provincial Police, and the force’s commissioner, Julian Fantino.
May 12, 2010
Final medical care throughout the nation , the attention paid to it, and the help provided for dying at home is not up to the mark and is unacceptably deficient Canada wide too. ”A variety of benefits and services are available when a new life enters the world. We should be providing just as much support when someone is dying,”Despite years of many persons complaints now, end-of-life care remains an inadequate, unacceptable patchwork of help too often and where other related services do exist, the patients too often now are referred to palliative care much too late. . When I do read many news media accounts of the events surrounding all Canadians it seems like the news written applies to another planet, and not the one we are living on herein Canada. The news spins and desertions are grossly immoral as well. For example take the recent media spins on Cancer and on palliative care of dying patients as well One person’s death that could be prevented and one less person dying in pain and suffering is never to be considered as unimportant even in the overall picture. Even one person needlessly suffering an agonizing death in pains because they were not given adequate medication, pain killer is also now totally unacceptable. There’s some real big, major gaps and inconsistencies, governmental and medical cruelty even on how one’s end-of-life care is delivered. Not only is the available number of hospice beds and quantity of home care insufficient, even in the hospitals, but the problem will only get worse as more seniors, almost double the number, next will retire within the next decade .And even the professional counseling ,depression services, end-of-life discussions are significantly missing among the medical staff and the families next as well. Social Services in Canada tends to be of any at at a crude, bare simple basic, pre historic, dinosaur age level. Most families often don’t use them because they don’t know what supports are available or how to access them. Doctors and the nurses they too often tell you tell you nothing of what you do need to know still. Too many persons will die first while waiting for either a quality end-of-life care or an adequate place in a medically equipped convalescent old age home. Too many sick persons die waiting for either a quality end-of-life care or an adequate place in a medically equipped convalescent old age home. Imagine this cruelty, absurdity now as well an overnight palliative care was being stopped because it exceeded the two-week limit in place. Now it’s a disgrace that anyone ox subjected to this during their final days. Many many persons now would in Canada still benefit from a decent end-of-life care but often still don’t get it, in our rather still uncivilized society. Inadequate Services Offered for “End-of-life”, No Improvement Even Years After. The special Senate committee had reported uneven access to palliative care in 1995 and a 2005 follow up found little progress now in Canada showing us all how little our politicians do really care about others death, pain, suffering in reality. Mostly lying Health Ministers say they now are doing everything they can to help ensure excellence in cancer care for all.. No one should be foolish enough to believe this at any time too. In reality the way the end-of-life care, seniors cares are now being delivered clearly shows that there is a need of real federal and provincial management and adequate regulations.
Heart attack rates vary by province, researchers find Globe and Mail -When it comes to heart attacks, where you live and how much you earn seem to matter more than how you live.
Those with low incomes have high heart attack risk Toronto Sun The report, Health indicators 2010, says 67,000 Canadians were hospitalized for a heart attack in 2008-09 Breaking down the population into five income levels, the study found that Canadians living in the least affluent neighborhoods were 37% more likely to suffer a heart attack than those in more affluent areas. Heart attack patients from richer neighborhoods were 7% more likely to get a revascularization procedure, such as angioplasty or bypass surgery, than those from lower-income areas. “While a person’s socio-economic status affects the risk of having a heart attack, it appears that where you live in Canada makes a bigger difference,” Eugene Wen, manager of health indicators at CIHI, said. “Regions with higher heart attack rates also tend to have higher rates of hypertension, diabetes, smoking and other cardiac risk factors.”
In B.C., the heart-attack rate was 169 for every 100,000 people, said a report, which used data from 2008 and 2009. In Newfoundland and Labrador, it was 347 for every 100,000 people. Heart attack rates highest in Newfoundland and Labrador: The same province where the premier himself did not do his best to improve health care for all. “,it’s surprising and concerning that depending on where you live in Canada, your risk for heart attack is different,” “If you can’t afford to buy healthy and nutritious foods, your risk factors for heart attack are more common,” ”If you don’t have the time or the funds to make a healthy (food) choice, that’s a problem. . This report suggests that it does translate into an increased risk for heart attack.” The federal government and the provinces now needs to legislate policies aimed at encouraging healthy eating, adequate medical care so that they reach all Canadians.
May 8, 2010
EDMONTON (CBC) – Mortgage fraud is one of the toughest to spot and investigate, an RCMP officer with experience in the field says. Sgt. Conal Archer of the RCMP’s commercial crime unit says “I think they’re very challenging [cases],” “We have a number of issues. First of all, we have real estate agents to interview, mortgage brokers to interview, bankers to interview. And then we have a mortgage file to review and it’s a huge documentary evidence file that we have to review and it can take years to investigate.” or to learn how to do it…
Useless as well Calgary Police say they haven’t decided whether a criminal investigation is warranted into allegations of one of the biggest mortgage frauds in Canadian history. Police do not want to work too hard, for too often they have very simple minds and prefer the simple cases. Or rather no work at all.
Notice this the federal and provincial conservative law and order parties cannot get a handle or refuse to get a handle on crooked cops and bad lawyers too.. bad professionals .. wow.
Top Court in Canada Limits Media on Sources New York Times - OTTAWA – Journalists do not have a constitutional right to protect the identities of their sources, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday.
May 7, 2010
May 6, 2010
Canadian health care ranks second to last compared with seven industrialized nations, according to a recent report by a private U.S. foundation that monitors and researches international health-care systems. The Commonwealth Fund studied the health-care systems of Canada, the U.S., Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the U.K., and found that only the American system ranks lower than Canada’s. http://www.canada.com/sports/2010wintergames/Canada+health+care+system+better+only+than+America+Report/3200336/story.html
It is still a criminal act now for any doctor, nurse, hospital administrators, medical supervisor not to provide medical care to any seniors. How many have been prosecuted for this in the last year?
Still mostly pretentious Governments health administrators are still themselves too often ignorant of what it means to work in a hospitals, even about the medical and personnel inadequacies and the staff, patient’s related stresses now too, and what it takes even to eliminate unnecessary waits for all types of medical care in the last many decades too. Provincial governments. Hospitals too are not only too often pretentious but too often still do lie when they claim to be fully equipped to handle readily all medical problems in Montreal too. All provincial governments must “meaningfully address” procedures falling outside the five priority areas of diagnostic imaging, sight restoration, joint replacement, cancer radiology and cardiac care for far too many Canadians still experience long waits for their needed medical care and they often are kept in the dark about the wait they can expect to face. Emergency centers now at Hospitals are geared to check for heart problems and cancer mostly, immediately through blood tests, medical tests but not much else it seems. Hospitals rely on even too often pretentious, incompetent nurses, medical students, interns mostly for the initial screenings it seems rather than on the senior, experienced doctors too. And more more than half of all patients wait longer over medically acceptable times for other non major medical problems as well, even before anyone even starts an acceptable treatment. Major strides are still very much needed to be made overall not just in the five priority health-care areas including a broader range of specialties.
My very senior father has an incurable, painful disease and he needs proper pain management in Hospitals, old age homes and rather often he still does not get it. Now today I was lied to again by a Nurse. She lied she had given him his pain medication even when I was with him during the supposed event. I am too often lied to by the Nurses who seem to have a need to be shown as always being right, that they have done the right thing. When you consider most of us lie every ten minutes, it should be no surprise that too many nurses now are also major liars. Unacceptable. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/14/professionals-what-a-joke/
It is also really really unacceptable that Personal Cleanliness in Hospitals and Hospital food, medical services isn’t always that great still too.. VISIT A HOSPITAL AND INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF DYING TOO. Study shows sharing a hospital room increases your risk of picking up infections. SHARING A BATHROOM WITH A SICK PERSON IS REALLY, REALLY DANGEROUS.. NOT JUST SHARING THE ROOM… Some nursing staff next says that 45 patients for a dozen Nurses is too much too handle, for an incompetent pretentious nurse, one patient is too much. And please do note this reality the biggest hospital complaint of really sick patients is the lack of competent nurses on duty 24 hours per day.. Now less than a hundred Canadians will die in one year due to car accidents, but thousands will die due to a hospital acquired infection? Hospitals provide babysitting services and not rather real medical care it seems too often.. wait till you get to the hospital and find out next firsthand what it is really like too.
“Thursday, January 07, 2010 10:26 PM My elderly father age 88, who today is in the LGH says to me today even that he is under great pains in chest continually , especially when he tries to walk to the bathroom even.. but the same Hospital, Doctors, nursing staff do often refuse to give him adequate pain pills cause they are supposedly too costly and the Quebec Government does not pay for it too? And what this also is Medicare is really like now? pretentious care, a mere baby sitting service? Unacceptable still too. “
JAN 18,2010 I would gladly keep you regularly informed ABOUT HOW THEY ARE TREATING MY FATHER AND ALSO THE ELDERLY PATIENTS AT THE LAKESHORE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN MY OWN WITNESS NOW TOO. I waited for weeks for the ombudsman to call me back at the LGH, and she did not, so I next called her.. she next had promised to address these concerns.. seeing is believing. I await her results. I care about the good welfare of all Canadians now.. do you? Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty persons works best and serves everyone the best, that means going after the bad Hospital directors, bad doctors, bad supervisors, bad ombudsman, bad, lazy, no good hospital staff now too, bad politicians, bad civil and public servants.. Doctors, Nurses, medical support staff are human, they too sometimes try sometimes to get by with a minimal amount of personal effort, and so as result patients do not always get their proper medical care. A very good rule is never to go to a hospital alone, doctors are afraid of loud mouthed witnesses who can cause them to be sued for mal practice and cause their mal practice insurance rates to go up significantly.. so sick people with close family members who talk to the doctor tend to get better care.
DOES ANYONE NOW REALLY THINK STILL ONE CAN TURN THE CLOCK BACKWARDS AND THUS MANY PEOPLE WOULD NOT READ, AND KNOW ABOUT ALL THE MEDICAL INADEQUACIES I HAVE WITNESSED AT OUR QUEBEC HOSPITALS AND DETAILED TO ALL TO READ ON THE NET AS WELL? http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/hospitals-staff-stress-unsustainable/
- Follow the money trail, one of the oldest rules of good journalism, it will tell you how effective the ministers now really are too. How do they abuse your tax money?
- For example Consumer protection including the cost of housing, the cost of living, food and clothing included, the cost of insurance, Phone Bills, and the costs of transportation, gas, heating.
- Next there is the continually serious concern about the actual availability of Medicare, and hospitals as well especially when you are seriously ill, plus the valid concerns of having the adequate convalescent homes for the elderly, sick.
- Then there is the cost of taxes, in reality and too often everyone pay taxes, and yes they are still too often wasted, and that includes too many hidden taxes now too. Public and Civil servants are rarely known for being well managed, or cost effective, rather they are known as being troublesome, wasteful, expensive, over indulged as well. Especially even the Police, RCMP it seems. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/no-end-in-sight-to-politicians-abuse-of-tax-payers-money-why/
- Then there is the problem of too many crimes, that one tends to be concerned only when one encounters it, abuses, illicit drugs, thefts, stolen cars, white collar crimes, frauds, identity theft. Here one finds out how too often inadequate, pretentious are the justice ministers and justice systems are now too. Too many crimes exists cause there are still also unacceptably too many bad cops with thier too many bad managers now too.
- The physical, mental, verbal, medical abuse, or neglect of any person, minors or elders included, is still a a criminal act and more criminals would find themselves now next in Jail if more people did know the laws on the subject now as well. Elder abuse is physical or psychological mistreatment, medical neglect, or financial exploitation of the elderly intentional or unintentional. Abuse usually becomes more frequent and severe over time. Any Neglect that results in physical or psychological harm is considered an abuse http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/02/21/ignorance-of-the-law-is-no-excuse-not-for-any-criminals-now-too/
Now enough is enough.. we always still do need proper governments, proper ministers, proper civil and public servants doing their jobs in all areas. It seems now also very funny to me that valid recent statistic on the number of people dying in Canada annually with cancer, heart attack, alcoholism, drug abuse, hospital acquired infections, etc are not available readily indicating that the governments don’t really care about the citizens good welfare.
Speaking of the too often bad civil and public servants in Canada… On a September day in 2001, Paul Norman Delorme, then 37 and a known child molester with a predilection for little girls, followed a 7-year-old girl into the women’s washroom of a Tim Hortons in this city, where he did exactly what his sexual deviancy made him prone to do. What made the case particularly outrageous ? and later the focus of a $3.6-million lawsuit by the girl’s family ? was that Delorme was allowed to enter the restaurant unescorted, along with three other psychiatric patients, while Brockville Psychiatric staff waited outside in their vehicle. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/ottsun/100522/canada/a_killer_headache_this_town_doesn_t_need
Do I really believe that the right of free speech, to now complain in public exists readily, easily in Canada? Not on your life! I already firsthand do know for for decades that the bad cops do not like me to use my right of free speech, neither the bad Premiers, bad Prime Ministers, bad pastors, crooks, etc., and yes now still they will falsely oppose it. That is an undeniable historic fact too.
Canadian Citizens themselves do now elect the federal, provincial, municipal elected members and so next what do too many of our elected members falsely, willfully do, they use the tax payers money, the constituent resources mainly to promote themselves, their party, and big business not rather to mostly help all of the citizens now themselves and this is really always unacceptable. They try to help the big business directly hoping to get a large bribe, donation from them of course too.
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The police, the courts and the Governments these days are not very popular in Canada, at the federal, provincial, municipal levels, for they tend to be pretentious, wasteful, costly, too expensive it seems. Mismanagement, bad management of personnel resources is clearly still a key factor now too. If you do read my posts, and I do know that many news reporters and politicians do so now, you will see that I am very consistent, I tend to reflect the views of the typical Canadian citizens who are fed up with the too often bad pretentious governments at the federal, provincial and municipal levels, and their also related bad civil and public servants, all who too often seem still to wrongfully abuse our tax dollars en masse. So I am also very much openly upset with the too often bad pretentious cops, justice ministers and judges , the bad pretentious health ministers and consumer affairs ministers, politicians etc, and I do even express it rightfully clearly and loudly to all and even why!
So called Christians even TOO often now as well still do practice tax evasions, fraud, not just some of our elected members. Not wanting to pay any death estate taxes, they do often transfer, sell the properties, money to their sons and daughters before their retirements, death. Mere hypocritical practice of their religion now as well. Jesus himself had said we need to pay taxes.
But so called Christians are not the only one who play dirty now..Liberal MP Judy Sgro received taxpayer funds to rent an apartment that was owned by her children. Judy Sgro , a Toronto MP and a former cabinet minister, had transferred ownership of the condominium she owned to her three adult children in 2006. The York West MP Judy Sgro has acknowledged paying $22000 to rent a downtown Ottawa condominium from her children. The paid rent was increased tp give her children more money too. The Liberal MP has surely proved members of Parliament should allow auditor general Sheila Fraser to review all of their expenditures. By paying rent instead of taking about $10,000 a year in “secondary residence expenses,” she was able to get about $12,000 more a year from taxpayers. Common rules forbid MPs from entering into contracts with members of their immediate families or parents.
Too many building property managers still do hire persons for cash, are being paid under the table, to do their building maintenance works too.
Col. Williams being sued by alleged victim The Canadian Press – BELLEVILLE, Ont. An eastern Ontario woman is suing Col. Russell Williams for an alleged sexual attack. The 21-year-old plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe, claims she has been suicidal and dealing with drug and alcohol dependencies since being attacked in her home on Sept. 17, 2009 She says in the suit she was terrified Williams would kill her or her infant daughter when Williams allegedly broke into her Tweed, Ont.-area home and tied her up, blindfolded her, forced into sexual acts and photographed her over two hours. The $2.45-million lawsuit also alleges Williams’ wife was involved in the fraudulent transfer of Ottawa real estate in a effort to defeat Jane Doe’s claim against Williams. The suit alleges the real estate transaction took place on March 26 — some six weeks after Williams was criminally charged in two sex assaults and the killings of two other women.
OTTAWA – MPs are refusing to let the auditor general have a look at their expenses. The Board of Internal Economy — Parliament’s secretive management body — issued a rare news release today stating that $533 million in annual spending will remain hidden from public view. MPs from all parties sit on the board. Auditor General Sheila Fraser asked almost a year ago if her office could be allowed to take a peek at all expenses claimed by MPs and senators. Recent examinations of politicians’ spending habits in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Britain have exposed some sensational examples of waste and greed. Access-to-information laws don’t apply to MP budgets and their expenses are only subject to a financial audit that doesn’t show what money is being spent on. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100513/national/mp_expenses_hidden
Face it AS WELL 60 percent of the persons who go to the hospital get another free disease in Canada and yes thousands, many next do die from it.. Now it is not the patient’s deaths who disturb the doctors and nurse now.. they have grown cold and callous to it.. but they hate the people who shit in their bed.. it is a big dirty job to clean it up.. it is real work they do not like. It seems that is what most civil and public servants, politicians do not like, doing real work.. they always do try to avoid it if they can.
THE LOSS OF APPETITE CAN BE OFTEN CAUSED BY A PERSONAL REACTION TO CONSUMED MEDICATION
EDMONTON (CBC) – Mortgage fraud is one of the toughest to spot and investigate, an RCMP officer with experience in the field says. Sgt. Conal Archer of the RCMP’s commercial crime unit says “I think they’re very challenging [cases],” “We have a number of issues. First of all, we have real estate agents to interview, mortgage brokers to interview, bankers to interview. And then we have a mortgage file to review and it’s a huge documentary evidence file that we have to review and it can take years to investigate.” or to learn how to do it… so why is it the same RCMP in Montreal can do it but not the RCMP in the West again? Let me hear again the false excuses, lies..
Montreal man charged in $5M mortgage fraud CBC – Thu May 13, 9:18 PM RCMP have arrested a Montreal businessman they say may have been responsible for mortgage fraud totalling more than $5 million. Robert Manuel Moniz, 37, was arrested Thursday morning and faces 53 charges, including fraud, forgery and uttering forged documents. Moniz is alleged to have persuaded his victims to lend him their names to help him buy properties in the Montreal and Laval areas in return for a few thousand dollars and a promise he could boost their credit ratings. So far, police said, they have identified 19 fraudulent transactions. They said they are looking into almost 100 others that occurred between March 1, 2007 and July 12, 2008/
- Ah yes .. restoring our faith and trust in the RCMP. And we need to give Vic Toews, Peter Van Loan and Stockwell Day all a big “high-five” for their prudent oversight of this department.
- Sigh .. the incompetence we see exposed every day now just seems to defy credibility. And the spectacle of the G-8/20 is still to unfold. Sorry to repeat, but .. sigh.
- Perfectly in line with the Harper “hide it at all costs” approach !
- It’s a shame, really, to see a police force that was once so respected to become the obnoxious, wasteful, and arrogant beast it is today. I respected the RCMP as a youth, but that is no longer the case.
- RCMP you can apologize every time but we know u don’t mean it.
-This is an example of a police force gone wild. It is answerable to no one. It is about time we bring these police forces under control. They seem to want more powers by the day. No way. If they got their way there would be a curfew from dawn to dusk and we would be asked at every turn “your papers please”Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/05/29/rcmp-computer-cost-report.html
BC RCMP officer charged with assault CBC.ca – ?May 28, 2010? A BC Mountie appears in court next month to face a charge stemming from an alleged 2008 assault. (CBC) A Fraser Valley RCMP officer has been charged with assault causing bodily harm in connection with an alleged on-duty incident more than two years ago
WHILE THE AVERAGE CITIZEN WOULD GET NO SUCH RESULTS
- God, it never ends.
- Our communities are under siege by these uniformed thugs!
- Sadly, we are no longer surprised.
- the wheels of justice grind slower all the time… when they grind at all.
- Next comes a “suspension with pay”. You remember the old name for that, don’t you?
-We used to call it a paid vacation.
Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/05/28/bc-rcmp-officer-assault-charge.html
In case you did not notice it I do not accept any physical, verbal, mental, human rights abuses by anyone of anyone and I rightfully do instead demand their full, open exposure and public prosecution now as well and no matter who they are, Prime Minister, Premier, MP, MNA, MLA, MPP, Doctors, lawyers, cops, pastors, etc.. Public exposure and prosecution of the major bad unrepentant persons serves every one’s best interest for if the evil persons are not punished, they now do not feel personal negative repercussions for their own bad acts towards others they for certainty will not stop their wrong doings still. In reality many persons too often need to be shepherded like the goats, sheep, ostriches , bulls, and them now being overly assertive, aggressive is just as bad as being overly submissive, slave. or imbalanced, extreme, As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent..(Revelation 3:19 KJV) http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/abused-how-much-abuse-is-acceptable-none/
Now as you all do know there are always good and bad churches too. Now why is it too often that I have observed that when the local politicians are obviously crooked en masse so are the local churches.. is it due to the fact a crooked church has no influence on the others?
Let me here also say that my posts do often make a great difference, not only does it give many news reporters topics to further dwell on, and they tend to be proof that I at least had given the wicked persons beforehand a chance to repent.
NOW I HAVE HEARD ALL KIND OF REASONS WHY THE BAD EMPLOYEES WERE, ARE SUPPOSEDLY JUSTIFIED IN NOT DOING THEIR WORK PROPERLY BUT SOME HOW THE EXCUSES ALL APPEAR VOID WHEN COMPARED WITH THE OUTPUT OF THE GOOD WORKERS. http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/the-workers-who-complain-that-many-errors-are-caused-by-the-work-overload/
Too many police officers are now too often guilty of their most serious neglect of public trust and their duty. The related truth is that neither an independent police investigation, a new police commissioner, a promised provincial or federal investigation, or just more politicians promises too often still will not bring the much needed justice. Also all of the governments can prohibit the initial and further employment of any known racists for any jobs, and can punish them for their racists acts, views. Speeding is not the main cause of car accidents, impaired driving is, but too many cops are alcoholics it seems who wrongfully do sympathize with drunks and as a result do not arrest drunks all year. Police managers continue to promise the reforming of bad cops and the bad cops keep killing, abusing innocent persons. The possible retaining of bad police officers is always anyway a false myth. What thus is always needed is the real dismissal, criminal prosecution, of the guilty cops. So where is it? http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/20/canadas-police-forces/
May 1, 2010
Toronto councillors lose tax-free TTC passes CTV.ca Following a Canada Revenue Agency audit of the City of Toronto, the Toronto Transit Commission has asked all city councillors and the mayor to return their tax-free complimentary 2010 Metro passes. The announcement comes after the CRA concluded earlier this year that free transit rides and other perks count as taxable benefits. Councillors choosing to keep the free Metropass will be required to pay taxes on the $1,188 benefit.
Councillors ordered to return free transit passes Toronto Star “It took 10 years but, at the end of the day, councillors will have to pay to get on the bus like everyone else,” Ford said.
Too many managers participate in the blame game. They blame the government, their peers and subordinates, the marketplace, competition and some take it to the real extreme and blame God. Avoiding responsibility for personal behaviour in business is probably the most fundamental weakness that a manager can possess.
The best managers I know are the ones who hold themselves accountable, take responsibility for their behaviour and actions and hold their colleagues equally accountable for their behaviour. This characteristic is often the seminal reason for managerial success. But it is hard to practise. When practised, however, it is the most liberating and energising force a manager can possess. http://businessuitemagazine.wordpress.com/2010/04/17/managers-must-manage/