The non conformer's Canadian Weblog

January 2, 2010


It is stupidly amazing how many crooks, clearly bad persons  are still so unrepentant that they do think that all they have to do is just lie some more, bully some more of their accusers and they will next get away with it.. well they can dream on but there is eventually a limit to the amount of lying, abuse many will take.. The provincial  Liberal government iself does not much good here too. Why? Scared of the cops?  and what do they have to hide? 

An Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino can be charged with trying to influence municipal officials by means of threats. Justice David Crane’s decision overturns a ruling a few months ago by a justice of the peace who argued Caledonia activist Gary McHale’s attempt to lay a private charge against Ontario’s top cop did not meet all the required qualifying elements. McHale, who received the court ruling  said the ruling would set a standard for others laying private prosecutions.

In September 2008, McHale filed an order of mandamus stating Fantino should be charged under Section 123 (2) of the Criminal Code of Canada, which constitutes “influencing or attempting to influence a municipal official … by means of threats” as an offence. This was in response to an email Fantino sent in April 2007 to Haldimand County Council telling the mayor and councillors not to attend McHale’s rallies.
TORONTO – A summons was issued Friday against Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino on allegations that he illegally influenced elected officials in Caledonia, Ont., the site of a long-running aboriginal occupation.  Activist Gary McHale has been pressing to have Fantino charged after the commissioner sent an email allegedly telling the mayor and councillors in Caledonia not to attend McHale’s rallies. McHale led a number of rallies to protest what he called two-tier justice in the policing of the land occupation in the town south of Hamilton.  The Ministry of the Attorney General confirmed a justice of the peace “issued process” against Fantino on one count of influencing or attempting to influence municipal officials. Issuing process was a legal step required before the charges could be officially laid and court dates set.  “I’ve been advised by the Ministry of the Attorney General that a process was issued late this afternoon by a justice of the peace,” Insp. Dave Ross, a provincial police spokesman, said Friday evening. “At this particular time we haven’t seen the process nor has the commissioner been served with any process.”  The ministry said it had sent a letter to McHale, but refused to release the contents.  However, McHale sent the media copies of the letter, signed by lawyer Ken Campbell on behalf of Attorney General Chris Bentley, which said the Crown will move immediately and assume prosecution of the case.  It also assures McHale a special prosecutor will be assigned from the Justice Prosecutions Unit, which was set up to handle cases involving police or other justice officials and is made up of senior Crown counsels with extensive experience in criminal cases.  Ministry spokesman Brendan Crawley said when a private prosecution involves an indictable offence the Crown must intervene and assume the prosecution.  McHale said Friday he was informed by the court in Cayuga, Ont., that a judge signed a summons on the criminal charge of influencing or attempting to influence municipal officials.  Influencing or attempting to influence a municipal official in municipal activities is an offence under the Criminal Code and carries up to a five-year prison term if convicted.  In an email to The Canadian Press, McHale said Fantino is summoned to appear before criminal court in Cayuga on Feb. 3 at 10 a.m.  An Ontario Superior Court justice ruled last week that Fantino must face allegations brought forward by McHale.  A justice of the peace who heard McHale’s complaint refused to issue a summons or warrant for Fantino but Superior Court Justice David Crane ordered the justice to issue the order.  The case is not the first time Fantino and McHale have squared off in court.  McHale faces charges of counselling mischief not committed and Fantino testified during a preliminary hearing earlier this year that he told subordinates he would have gladly arrested McHale himself for inciting civil unrest in Caledonia.  McHale is representing himself in that case as well and questioned Fantino on the witness stand.  During one exchange Fantino told McHale that his repeated visits to Caledonia, already tense over the lengthy aboriginal occupation, dangerously inflamed the situation.  The commissioner called McHale a “lightning rod to the conflict” during his testimony and added police saved McHale from “grievous bodily harm numerous times.”
Fantino says he’ll defend himself against illegal influence allegation The Canadian Press –  TORONTO – Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino says he intends to strongly defend himself against an allegation that he illegally influenced elected officials in Caledonia, Ont., the site of a long-running aboriginal occupation. “I intend to vigorously defend myself and the OPP against this allegation and have the utmost confidence in the judicial system,” Fantino said in a statement Saturday.
AND IS HE GOING  TO WASTE MORE TAXPAYER’S MONEY FOR THIS NOW TOO? fire  him now, it is cheaper and better
Now about 225,000 Canadian patients a year suffer from hospital-acquired infections that substantially extend their stays, and between 8,000 and 12,000 people die annually as a result of  infection with common but dangerous infections – C. difficile, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) – The infections   C. difficile, MRSA and VRE – are not airborne, but spread by contact. yet the police make a lot of noise about number of   deaths caused by vehicular speeding.. It seems the Police would be better used in Hospitals instead.  
Yes likely the main reason that Hospital roommates increase the risk of infection is that patients share a washroom. (The mantra in infection control is: One bum per toilet.) Another likely explanation involves inadequate handwashing by patients and health professionals alike; doctors and nurses sometimes don’t wash their hands between patient visits in a single room. in the meantime, there are things we can do: We should be cleaning our hands, and we should really scrutinize how we clean our hospitals.
In 1982 I drove to Edmonton Alberta and sat directly in the Albertan Minister of Economic Development, and the Albertan Minister of Manpower, Career development, and I had asked them face to face what they were doing specially to diversify Alberta’s economy and to help to create more  jobs for Albertans.. but these useless twits still did did nothing, and they both lost their reelections, and their workers too had  let the party caucus decide what to do and so today  Alberta is in a real big big mess today.. with home prices a dropping,  home sales are going doing, many many people getting laid off, and their Alberta  government revenue is going down fast too. Alberta is in a big mess these days still too.. The Albertan politicians, leaders now  were another bunch of know it all who did not want to listen to any one else.. and such History repeats itself.  
Now what are we all now really doing about many people dying in all Hospitals unnecessarily these days too? Actions speak louder over mere words

I too am open, straightforward and readily give an explanations here often on behalf of all Canadians as to why I too often find our lying, no good, self serving, pretentious, immoral justice Ministers, civil and public servants, even too many politicians   so despicable. They and their bad friends now too should be rightfully, readily fired, dismissed, lose their jobs, pensions and not be given any bonuses, raises, or severances now  too.
Some naive news editor wrote back to me last week and he lied and he said no one reads my blog cause of the spelling mistakes and the grammar errors in it, well people care more about the subject content in reality.. I have a hundred thousand readers so far.. cause I write honestly and I do not write to please a crowd, to be politically correct..


Meanwhile a Bus driver talks on the phone while driving the Bus


Meanwhile a Bus driver talks on the phone while driving the Bus in Montreal Quebec.. I saw firsthand a bus driver nearly rear end a car because he was busy on the cellphone and the car driver had slowed down to make an upcoming turn.

In Montreal unlike in Toronto the Bus drivers tend not to be held accountable for any personal wrong doings.. this approach  WRONGFULLY TENDS ALSO  to be applied to all of Quebec’s civil and public servants, at the federal, provincial, municipal levels, even the  police, doctors and nurses included.
Cell phone junkies in British Columbia and Saskatchewan will now have to think twice before picking up the phone while at the wheel of a vehicle. Both provinces have approved laws that come into effect today, banning the use of cellphones while driving.
The goal of both laws is to hopefully reduce driver distraction and thereby reduce accidents.
According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), people who talk on cell phones and drive are six times more likely to be involved in an accident than the average driver. That rate goes up to 23 times more likely for those who text and drive.
 “There is no question that this legislation will make our province’s roads safer,” said Lindsay Olson, the IBC Vice-President for BC, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
The two provinces join a lengthening list of Canadian provinces that have enacted similar bans, and the trend appears to be growing globally. Alberta and New Brunswick lack any related legislation, but Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island all have similar rules, and Manitoba is planning to pass a law later this year.

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