Look the citizens are busy working, paying their taxes and they have elected Ministers to look after them instead.. It amazes me thus next that now for years and years one of the obvious major Citizens complaint in Canada that is still around is about the bad Bell phone company and why does it takes so long for the CRTC and the governments, ministers to even deal with it too.. and the other very often complaint still is about the bad cops getting away with abuses and murders.. Don’t believe me see how very popular my posts are about bad Bell and bad cops still are… almost as much as the bad comments about the bad PM… and bad alcoholics, divorce.
December 13, 2013
December 11, 2013
Two Montreal-area caregivers accused of mistreating elderly patient Two Quebec caregivers face criminal charges after an elderly woman living in a South Shore long-term health-care centre was allegedly abused and given a noxious substance. … Workers at long-term care facility allegedly illegally administered medication to patient. Immacula Eugène, 51, and Marie-Margaret Pétimé, 46, were each arraigned in Longueuil on Tuesday on two charges of drug trafficking, two of conspiracy and two of administering a noxious substance. Eugène was also charged with armed assault. The alleged crimes took place last July. The 87-year-old victim died two months later but it was only on Nov. 21 that police received a complaint from someone close to her.
December 7, 2013
I HAVE TO SAY I AM A GREAT FAN OF DOCTORS, PARTICULARLY SINCE I FOUND MOST PEOPLE’S PERSONAL OPINIONS, MEDICAL ADVICE IS CRAP AND TRYING TO DIAGNOSE A MEDICAL SOLUTION TO A SICKNESS ON THE INTERNET TENDS TO BE USELESS AT LEAST 99 PERCENT OF THE TIME STILL TOO..
WHEN YOU HAVE A SERIOUS SICKNESS IT TAKES REAL DOCTORS AND REAL MEDICAL TESTING TO HELP YOU.. AND WHATEVER YOUR PROBLEM IS EVEN SUCH AS INFECTION, GLAND, HEART, SKIN, CANCER PROBLEMS TOO NOW
Now I have been to many doctors, and to many Hospitals, I seem to have tried half of them in Montreal, especially since I have had two very senior parents.. so I have been able to acquire a lot of basic medical knowledge that I have shared on the net at http://stayinhealth.wordpress.com/
UNFORTUNATELY THERE ARE STILL GOOD AND BAD DOCTORS AND GOOD AND BAD NURSES TOO..
I HAVE TO SAY I HAVE TOO OFTEN MET MOSTLY STILL STUPID NURSES, ESPECIALLY THE BASIC ONES WHO DO NOT HAVE A UNIVERSITY DEGREE.. EVEN TEN NURSES STILL WILL NOT MAKE ONE GOOD DOCTOR. Also the good nurses serve the sick patient, the bad nurses bully them..
Millions of persons have diabetes, and many of them do not even know it.. Now diabetes is not to be taken lightly for it has serious negative personal side effects. Diabetes is influenced by genes, and the food we eat, exercise as well.
NOW EVEN MOST MEDICAL PERSONAL MAY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT DIABETES, (SOME HOW I REALLY DOUBT IT AS THEY TEND TO TOO OFTEN FALSELY SKIP MEALS, THAT ITSELF IS A CAUSE OF DIABETES EVEN,) BUT THAT DOES NOT MEAN THEY UNDERSTAND NOW HOW TO DEAL WITH IT..
November 28, 2013
The Conservatives had been elected on their own promises of accountability, transparency and they would be next better than all the previous governments, Political parties and we next do easily know this was not so. It never happened.
In 2006, Accountable Government: A Guide for Ministers and Secretaries of State said that ministers were responsible for “the actions of all officials under their management and direction, whether or not the ministers had prior knowledge.”. Next the guidelines from 2011 says: “Ministerial accountability to Parliament does not mean that a minister is presumed to have knowledge of every matter that occurs within his or her department or portfolio, nor that the minister is necessarily required to accept blame for every matter.”
Mr. Harper insists he did not learn that his former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, wrote a personal cheque for $90,000 to cover Mr. Duffy’s expenses until two months after the money was repaid. Mr. Wright and Mr. Duffy are now the subject of an RCMP investigation into fraud, bribery and breach of trust. He is at full fault as even both bad Duffy and bad Wright were hired by the Prime Minster firstly and he needs to fully accept the Blame for that..
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November 27, 2013
The pretentious, useless, cost ineffective RCMP is not something new even if the Canadian Auditor General now says the same thing… Several major federal departments have failed to fix previously identified weaknesses in safeguarding taxpayers’ dollars and are dragging their heels on long-overdue changes, the federal auditor general says in a new report. Some people who pose a threat to Canadians’ security managed by the RCMP have managed to enter the country illegally because of lax border entry controls. Auditor General Michael Ferguson said he was “very concerned that our audit found too many examples of controls not working.”
The auditor general’s report found gaps in security at Canada’s entry points, which have allowed some dangerous people to slip into the country.“We know in one sample of 49 that two people were successful getting into the country, people with serious criminal backgrounds,” Ferguson said.“In the sample, the numbers don’t sound large, but these samples were over a short period of time and if you extrapolate that over a longer period of time and the number of people trying to get into the country, the results are concerning.” http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/highlights-of-auditor-general-michael-ferguson-s-report-1.1561040
Useless Minister of Public Safety Steven Blaney said his government will accept the AG’s recommendations.”I have asked and can confirm that both CBSA and the RCMP are implementing…the findings and recommendations the Office of the Auditor General,” and who believes these liars, I do not.. RCMP still cannot say for sure what percentage of people get nabbed when they try to sneak across the border between regular ports of entry.
The Canada Border Services Agency and the RCMP need to tighten border security work and take steps to better measure how effective they are at keeping illegals out. “However, our audit found that the controls are not working as intended at and between ports of entry,” she said. “We recommended that the (CBSA) and RCMP collect and use information on the performance of their border controls, so that they know the extent to which controls are working, at which locations and what needs to be improved.”http://blogs.windsorstar.com/2013/11/26/too-many-criminals-still-getting-past-canadas-border-security-audit-says/
Really the RCMP should focus on their jobs a little more instead of the political theatre they are so often engaged.
Why doesn’t The RCMP admit that more than a few RCMP rogues might just be complicit with facilitating crime at the border? Including neglecting to record data about it. We need the corruption cleaned up!
” Sounds like some Canadian officials are complicit with these border breaches. Maybe start by putting under secret surveillance those RCMP who neglect to record data. Then check out who among police are not only neglecting to keep records but who also record falsehoods about what happens. You might be surprised just how much of that is going on in police services, not just RCMP but provincial and municipal police as well. Two officers, separate police forces, each told me they are keeping two sets of records, one for the official record and one to rely on in the event they are ever required to bear witness about what is really happening. One of them said she keeps the second record in a safe she bolted to the floor at her home.:”
According to the audit, the Canada Border Services Agency has made “little progress” in terms of its monitoring of so-called “lookouts”: individuals or shipments headed for Canada that intelligence has determined may pose a threat. http://o.canada.com/news/national/auditor-general-border-security-cause-for-concern/
Dangerous people have slipped into Canada because of insufficient border controls, according to a report by the auditor general. The audit raised concerns about the RCMP’s success in intercepting illegal migrants between ports of entry.http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/11/26/auditor-general-report-finds-high-risk-individuals-slipped-into-canada-because-of-insufficient-border-controls/
Ferguson also slammed the Mounties for how they monitor efforts to stop illegal Canada-U.S. border crossings between ports of entry. In an audit of cases from 2011 to 2013, the RCMP intercepted only half of the illegal land border crosses, and about 80% of the marine crossings. http://www.torontosun.com/2013/11/26/auditor-generals-report-ag-raises-alarm-over-lax-border-controls
Useless Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney said his department will work with the CBSA and the RCMP to see how they can improve the exchange of information. http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/auditor-general-concerned-about-food-and-rail-safety-border-security-
“Unfortunately, Conservatives have become so mired in scandal, and so focused on their well-connected friends, that they are neglecting their basic responsibilities. Their attempts to cut corners are putting Canadians at risk.”
You can read the full report here.
Look the RCMP even had known for years specifics details by wire tapping about the Corruption in the Quebec city halls and they next still did nothing good about it.. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/?s=rcmp
Yes the RCMP again have lost much more respect over the past two years as well as embarrassing Canada again world-wide. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/20/canadas-police-forces/
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 .. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/18/we-all-do-know-it-is-merely-the-tip-of-a-large-iceberg/
Fire the bad cops And don’t try to give us all the crap that any bad police officers can be next still retrained, reformed .. the police themselves tend not to believe that any of the bad guys can be reformed
As the RCMP deny all this, they continue to tap my phone, monitor my posts, emails?
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November 13, 2013
Be sure your sins will find you out and the reputation also will suffer . You bought and used an illegal drug
While ones’ admission of alcohol use, marijuana use, dependency on pain killers, or even snorting cocaine maybe, could often be still ridden out supposedly but not hidden, but still done not without any negative personal consequences, or leads to the usage of more bad drugs even, even the usage of crack cocaine which is very serious and costly for all.. .
You do the crime you alone pay the time or the cost of treatment is still a fact of life. It is naïve to expect others to help you or they will pay the costs of your treatment
Crack cocaine is by far the most commonly used street-drug in Canada. It causes incredible physical suffering to those who are dependent. It destroys families and erodes social supports leading to isolation, hopelessness and homelessness. It is linked to criminal activity and violence.
There are many thousands of people across Canada who use crack — many on a daily basis, the underclass of Canadian society. Crack cocaine is by far the most commonly used street-drug in Canada. It causes incredible physical suffering to those who are dependent. It destroys families and erodes social supports leading to isolation, hopelessness and homelessness. It is linked to criminal activity and violence. Even among drug users, “crack heads” are considered at the bottom rung of the drug use ladder. The bad crack People are to be avoided and thus are also demonized.
Although Crack is cheap, readily available, it is immediately habit-forming. It is a powerful euphoric agent that can dampen the pain and make troubles disappear.but is short-lived and within minutes the one’s depressions and troubles haven’t disappeared, but there is an intense desire to use crack and do it over and over again..
The vast majority of crack smokers in Canada are extremely marginalized, living in poverty, and spend a lot of their time chasing after crack.
The treatment of crack is costly and thus for the most part crack usage is very much untreatable and a serious personal and financial threat to our cities.
So crack users are a menace to society and now criminal punishment is the only way to curb the problem. The sole response has been to use the criminal justice system to seek out the dealers and the users and to round them up and put them in jail. There is no reasonable alternative approach towards the who got people started on crack in the first place.
Now we are not all callous and vindictive, but because of the impractical extremely high for engagement, care, treatment, and crack recovery treatment is unavailable generally
Instead of Society now confronting the health and social problems associated with crack use in Canadian cities, we have rightfully left this to a less costly approach, to law enforcement that continue to fill up jails with these people who are addicted and mentally ill.
It is true that our tools to manage, reduce and eliminate crack use are very limited. Research has shown that the psychological dependency on crack cocaine is very intense and that simply insisting on abstinence rarely works. There are currently no pharmacologic interventions available and programs that offer even the most basic psychotherapy are limited.
We also do know that at the very least people who are using crack must get out of the environment where they are using in order to avoid the cues that perpetuate their use. That itself is an unreasonable expectation..
A costly new research into alternative approaches to the vast cocaine dependency is not sustainable. No one can suggest that bad drug use can be managed through tough law enforcement but any alternative is financially unfeasible.
Because of the costs, lack of money, our politicians, policy-makers, and even health care professionals, have turned a blind eye to the personal problem of crack cocaine.
With crack cocaine and all of its serious health and social consequences, costs in full public view, what else can the user expect now? Pay the costs for using it.. Yes even the doctors can lie to you and say they can help you, but not if you do not have the money to pay for their services.
One here reaps what one sows.. so what is strange about that?
People in leadership office do have to face higher penalties as an example now too. It is clearly established, accepted fact by most people that those in leadership civil and public servants cops, teachers, ministers, politicians included are always to be exemplary in behavior, conduct and they do need to maintain their high standards even out of their working hours, thus to do so they are also to be exemplary judged, prosecuted for their own wrong doings with a higher standard over those of us ordinary folks.
Toronto mayor Rob . Ford is a suspected alcoholic too, and is also a well-connected person, pals with Stephen Harper and Jim Flaherty, who also like to consume alcohol…
Jesus is the only successful treatment for alcohol and bad drug usage.. but no one can force you to use his services..
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November 12, 2013
November 6, 2013
Complaints about wireless data, roaming and internet bandwidth charges have more than doubled, with Canadian consumers showing increasing distrust of the bills they get from telecom providers, says the industry’s watchdog group. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/telecom-billing-complaints-on-the-rise-report-says-1.2416453
Bell, Shaw and Rogers still can’t seem to provide good customer services! why? It is basicaly cause they still do not care for the customers as they still are too greedy soley for the customer’s money..
Big bad Bell
Last week, Bell announced plans to implement new consumer monitoring and profiling practices that would greatly expand how it uses the information it collects on millions of subscribers
November 4, 2013
November 2, 2013
Canadian Federal Conservatives Delegates In Calgary debated hundreds of new and future Conservative policies but the policy resolutions passed included:
– Harassing Telephone Calls , Digital communications, including text messages, would be considered harassing telephone calls under the Criminal Code.
—The government will resist domestic or international pressure to delegitimize firearms ownership
—Those convicted of more than one serious crime would serve their sentences consecutively, something the government is already looking at doing.
—Allowing faith-based organizations to bar groups whose views they disagree with from using their facilities.
-Euthanasia – The policy resolution seeks to reaffirm the party’s position against euthanasia.
- Canada’s Broadcasting System -Canada’s national broadcaster is once again slated to have their funding cut. If passed, the policy would see the CBC lose all public funding, which the government believes would reduce unfair competition held by private companies.
- A motion condemning sex-selective abortion passed with overwhelming support among delegates
- Sexual Exploitation in Canada -The policy would reject the increasingly commonplace idea of legalizing prostitution, and condemns human trafficking. It also aims to create a national strategy to criminalize the above actions in Canada.
- Freshwater Fish Marketing Act -Fisherman would have more freedom to sell their products if this resolution to repeal the Freshwater Fish Marketing Act ever made it into government legislation. The move would end the current monopoly held by the Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation.
- Public Service Excellence- This policy calls on the government to make sure public servants benefits and pensions are in line with the private sector. This would likely result in reduced benefits allocated to public servants.
- Labour – the Conservatives want to eliminate mandatory union memberships. According to the policy, forced financial contributions limit the freedom of Canadians.
- Rights of Workers -The policy would give union members the power to decide where their money is being sent. Right now, a portion of their dues are used to support political or media dues, something the policy would allow union members to opt out of.
“Among the new Conservative party policies:
- Canadians should not be forced to join unions and pay dues. This is the start of an effort by Conservatives to persuade Harper to introduce a contentious “right-to-work law,” similar to those in some U.S. states, that critics say are a thinly-veiled attempt to destroy unions.
- Federal public service unions and those in federally-regulated industries should tell their members how much of their dues go to political donations, media organizations and other political activism. Union members should be allowed to “opt out” of the portion of their dues that go to such activities.
- Federal public service pensions should be brought in line with those in the public sector, likely meaning they are either slashed now or the rate of future growth is cut. Treasury Board President Tony Clement spoke in favour of the motion and promised it will be an approach he soon takes to the bargaining table to seek concessions from federal unions.
“For too long, there has been this major gap in wages and benefits between the public and the private sector,” said Clement. “This is not sustainable, it’s not right, it’s not conservative, and it’s not in the public interest.”
- The Conservative Party will not support any legislation to legalize euthanasia or assisted suicide. This was a motion that sparked strong debate on either side, with one delegate warning that legalized euthanasia would give doctors “the right to directly and intentionally cause your death.”
- The party “condemns discrimination against girls through gender selection” – which means it opposes abortion in cases where the parents don’t want to give birth to a baby girl. British Columbia MP Mark Warawa, who put forward the motion, was blocked by Harper’s team on Parliament Hill when he tried to discuss it in the Commons earlier this year. But Conservative delegates passed his motion easily.
“Right now in the world there are over 200 million missing girls because of the practice of using ultrasounds to find out if it’s a boy or girl,” Warawa told delegates. “Girls have equal value as boys, we should not be discriminating against them in any form.”
- The party pledges that a “Conservative government recognizes the legitimacy of private ownership of firearms and will rest any domestic or international pressure to the contrary.” After the last election, the government moved to kill the long-gun registry, and more recently, it drew sharp criticism in September when it failed to sign an international treaty to regulate the global arms trade.
- The party, whose members have often complained of bias in the CBC, believes the best way to “control” the network is for the government to establish “distinct” budgets for the TV and radio arms of the corporation.
- To properly punish criminals who are convicted of more than one “serious crime”, they should serve their sentences “consecutively rather than concurrently” so that they would spend more time in jail.”
October 24, 2013
Quebec has one of the worst Hospital and medical services and it neglects seniors too.. Dorval old age home death deemed murder..The coroner’s office conducted an investigation into the man’s death following an incident at the Maison Herron, at 2400 Herron, Dorval Quebec http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/this-has-been-going-on-wrongfully-for-ages-unchecked-still/
MONTREAL – The mayoral candidates in Montreal are talking a lot about corruption, taxes and reforming the municipal civil service — but for seniors, there are also other pressing election issues.Try snow-clearing, crosswalks and benches. Toss in social housing, age- and mobility-appropriate transit service, street lighting, public washrooms and more communication from city and borough officials, and you have a range of issues that would help any of the mayoral hopefuls shape a platform that appeals to elderly voters whether the electoral battlefield is Rosemont, St-Michel or Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.The problem is, they’re not trying.
Take seniors into account in planning infrastructure, local services and urban architecture; invest in public spaces with activities for seniors and others; take seniors into account when planning sporting and cultural activities in the boroughs.Prioritize snow-clearing on sidewalks.Limit municipal tax increases to inflation, relieving the burden on seniors with fixed incomes.Encourage a social mix in neighbourhoods, accessible to people who live alone, seniors and young families, with a mix of social and affordable housing, market rental housing, individual ownership, cooperatives, a mix of social backgrounds.access to housing.