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May 26, 2010

Majority Canadians, Parliament Snubbed by the Conservatives again


As if any Canadian does not think that their Member of Parliament has a right to represent their best interest in all areas and to review all areas, all the members of parliament now too, the Conservative present approach is another insult to all Canadians concept of transperancy, accountability and governance.   
OTTAWA – The minority Conservative government is again insulting an already aggravated majority Parliament, this time by refusing now also to allow any of the  ministerial staff to testify at any committees. The new policy is another abrupt change in tack for this too often  obstinate  Conservative government.  Canadians don’t really care to listen to any arguments here, they were promised transparency and accountability and so they rightfully always demand it  in all areas of governments now too.  Prime Minister Stephen Harper has just given the citizens more reasons to hate, despise the Conservative government.
“Prime Minister Stephen Harper has poked his rivals in the eye over the prorogation of Parliament and the withholding of documents related to Afghan detainees” already as well.  So now another showdown is shaping up over the right of Commons committees to call whatever witnesses they want to see. The new debate erupted as Harper’s director of communications, Dimitri Soudas, was scheduled to testify at a committee examining political interference in access to information requests. Government House Leader Jay Hill told the Commons on Tuesday that political staff were being instructed to turn down requests to appear, and ministers would account for their actions.” :”Already, the Commons ethics committee is rightfully calling the move an assault on its parliamentary privilege and wants all of the desired witnesses formally summoned. Those who ignore such a summons could be found in contempt of Parliament.” “The committee had been scrutinizing the case of an aide to former Public Works Minister Christian Paradis, who had personally blocked the release of access documents to The Canadian Press. At the time, Paradis placed the blame for the interference squarely on the shoulders of staffer Sebastien Togneri, even stripping him of his oversight of access requests. “What my employee tells me here is that he really lacked judgment,” Paradis told The Canadian Press in February, adding that Togneri would submit to an investigation by the Information Commissioner. At no time did Paradis say he was accountable or responsible for Togneri’s actions. Paradis, now Natural Resources minister, has most recently refused to appear at the government operations committee to answer questions about alleged illegal lobbying by former Tory MP Rahim Jaffer. In that case, Togneri had been pressing bureaucrats to meet Jaffer and his business partner to discuss a renewable energy project. Paradis’ office did not immediately respond to a question about whether the minister would now appear at committees.” ANY Minister also CAN APPEAR appear at the government operations committee on behalf of one of his own staff FOR ministers are both accountable and responsible for the actions of their staff, unlike public servants who are responsible for their own areas of administration. CONSERVATIVES  MPs may claim yo be right from a constitutional standpoint . A Conservative “Government can make the case, but I don’t think Canadians are in the mood to hear that case, and I don’t think Parliament is in the mood to hear that case,”  for “Politically, it’s going to be hard to sell.”
…Every single post from a government official or someone hired by the government MUST be clearly identified.The government correcting misinformation is one thing,the government posting anonymously is another thing altogether…to quote Woody Allen…”I believe there is something out there watching over us…unfortunately it’s the government!”… …There is a saying that goes…”You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you”…
What are they trying to hide? Democracy, truth, accountablity, transparency have gone backwards under the Conservatives.
Tory filibuster seeks to block hearings on G20 policing  Globe and Mail -Anti-summit protesters clash with police in downtown Toronto, Ont June 25/2010. Windows were smashed throughout the downtown core. Conservative MPs on the committee repeatedly requested speaking time to object to holding an inquiry now, and the Tory chair refused opposition demands for a vote. Opposition MPs together can out-vote the Tories on the committee. Opposition parties accused the Tories of ducking scrutiny of their role in the matter, saying Canadians deserve a federal review of the conduct of security forces and alleged civil liberties violations. “When you have 1,000 people, the biggest mass arrest in Canadian history happen, someone’s got to be accountable” “There is not a person … who does anything but condemn the violence that we saw. That’s not the issue here. The issue is the directives that were given and how this thing got so out of control,”
Majority of G20 activists Canadian: border agency National Post

National. Opposition MPs fight for G20 hearings Ottawa Citizen

Toronto Sun – Winnipeg Free Press – Montreal Gazette – (blog) – Wikipedia: 2010 G-20 Toronto summit preparations
 Harper’s staff, civil and public servants do not reply to the citizens letters any better over the lieberals too
 Prime Minister Stephen Harper basically still is just another lieberal opportunist who often still lets his power hungry  ethics slide down and  also the Harper Conservatives hate women by not paying them equal salary to the men still too.
 When Stephen Harper’s Conservatives came to power in 2006, they took to calling themselves Canada’s better New Government, claiming  to signal  a break from the discredited Liberal way of running the country. Now accountability, openness and ethics would prevail in government. HA HA HA, and  that did not last long.
Now Harper Conservatives government has been stone walling  the  security documents from the eyes of Parliament, and citizens, stone walling the auditor general’s request to audit MP’s expenses and falsely refusing to allow ministers’ aides to testify before committees. We even have Tony Clement, the Industry Minister, flogging products to China on behalf of a private company over needs of the citizens who elected him? Looked at the phone, internet, gas price gouging prices lately?  Mr. Clement  he dos not have a clear political interest in being seen to help any constituent or the citizens? 
Under Harper  the RCMP is just as bad as under the Lieberals too
“The longer they remain in power, the more the Conservatives have let their moral standards slide. Favoured treatment for friends of the party. Seats in the Senate for big donors. An easy ride for cabinet members who are favoured by the Prime Minister” for they are not  any different from the Liberals they replaced! Read more:

May 25, 2010

Canada’s two tiered justice system opposed


Have you also noticed how the Canadian Federal Conservative government even  and it’s watch dog the RCMP are undeniably hesitant to prosecute their provincial counterparts for wrong doings? Tax evasions, citizen abuse, tax payer’s money abuses
Montreal city hall for example has been filled with corruptions, tac evasions the last 50 years and even though the police station is acrooss the street too few croooks have been aressted and why is that.. the past Quebec and even Conservative federal governments have wrongfullybeen too soft on white collared crime as well.. much too many alocholics there too.. I have had many experiences in laying simple complaints against bad cops, bad professionals, bad civil and public servants  that never got anywhere cause the investigators were clearly pretenders.. in Contrast the investigations of all citizens clearly would not take so long..
Corruption inquiry probes meetings at exclusive Montreal club and the exposed corruption gets bigger and bigger. Let us face it the bad politicians tend to do the same thing that the other bad guys do. cheat, lies, steal,  and even go to the same clubs too ehhh and that is why they falsely are very hesitant to prosecute  the bad guys, cause next they likely would be prosecuted as well.. THE CON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ALLOWED ONGOING CORRUPTIONS. Politicians, city officials  with Quebec construction ate in the same pigs pen so what does that tell you  Sen. Leo Housakos  of Canada’s Senate  fundraiser for the federal Conservative party scrutinized. Tory senator says he surprised his name mentioned at inquiry into Quebec construction industry with  his bad friends and what even the Quebec Premier Pauline Marois, who has occasionally benefited from  Club 357c, what they all still claim to be good people getting to be really Ridiculous..  A person is known by the company they keep..  tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are now-crimminal  so now when did you ever hear even a crooked Con politician  even say she or he was guilty now? Two former Liberals were just the tip of the iceberg of persons named at the Quebec CORRUPTION hearings.. Ex provincial cabinet ministers in ex-premier Jean’s Charest government Beauchamp, Tomassi named at CORRUPTION hearings. When even the Liberals, the PQ has more important things to do such as arresting the bad persons  and how many of them were alcoholics now too?  Even in Corruption in Quebec has been at the highest levels for decades too now sadly, and where were any of the cops in all of this?–corruption-inquiry-well-known-names-appear-on-registry-of-ritzy-montreal-club

Canadian Justice is too often an empty one. The establishment cover ups for it’s own and prevails.




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.


  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..


 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


and it is becoming a too common occurrence now as well! Almost nine out of 10 Canadians want to know how MPs and senators spend $537 million of public money every year.   

Hypocritical Police and Conservatives want more policing over the Canadian citizens, the same persons who wrongfully firstly do not want to give us a detailed list, copy of all of their own expense accounts  and do note that too. Let the police rightfully start with the rightful better policing of themselves  and next deal  first with  our too often stealing, crooked, lying politicians, civil and public servants who also do steal  and now first also go after all the alcoholics who abuse their spouses, drive impaired … the cops included..  deal first with all all of  of   the persons who abuse any seniors.. and we now do need more cops rather in the hospitals arresting also all of  the bad Health Ministers, bad  doctors and bad nurses who fail to provide adequate medical aid to seniors, others etc

Auditor speaks to cops in N.S. expense probe The Canadian Press – HALIFAX, N.S. – Nova Scotia’s auditor general says he spoke to police while conducting a second, more-sweeping forensic investigation into the expenses claimed by members of the province’s legislature. Lapointe’s first audit was released in February and it examined a three-year period from July 2006 to June 2009. The audit revealed questionable purchases from constituency expense accounts, including big-screen TVs, an espresso machine, custom built furniture, computers, digital cameras and even a video game. Lapointe’s latest audit is a more specific examination of a group of legislature members, which he said he launched after receiving new information. “It was a number of different sources — people who got in touch with us and forwarded us information,” Lapointe said.
Last month the NDP government introduced legislation that would create, among other things, a new commission to oversee the spending of the house and an audit committee that would include two non-members of the legislature appointed by the province’s chief justice to oversee spending.
Do now note the refusal of the House of Commons to allow auditor general Sheila Fraser to conduct a similar audit of federal MPs.
 MPs’ expenses must be public Calgary Herald
Globe and Mail – Winnipeg Free Press – Toronto Sun – Toronto Star
And we all rightfully do wonder why our federal Members of  Parliament refuse to be audited now as well.. Well?

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 – Gilles Duceppe – ‎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.


Civil and public servants managers know how to play the came. The financial audit can show that the money spent was within budget, of course some of the money was wasted, diverted, not cost effectively used, used to buy the unnecessary things as well.. Audit not the same thing as effective cost management!
OTTAWA – Industry Minister Tony Clement is under fire for taking part in a promotional video for a private company trying to rustle up business in China. Liberals and New Democrats are demanding Clement be fired for using his position to shill for a private enterprise. And they asked the parliamentary ethics watchdog Thursday to investigate whether the minister broke conflict-of-interest rules or ministerial conduct guidelines. MPs and legislative members are not elected by private companies nor are they here to promote or to help the private companies, they are here to help the citizens firstly still. This is a very typical unacceptable abuse of a local constituent office resources too
Here rather is what a federal MP should be doing more about.. Alarm sounds over feds’ murky water data The Canadian Press –  OTTAWA – The government has only murky information about Canada’s water supply and it’s putting Canadians’ health and the economy at risk, an unpublished federal report warns.


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.



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 

Summit costs audit requested by Liberals

Toews questions whether G8/G20 summits justify massive security tab Vancouver Sun

Toronto Sun – National Post – Montreal Gazette – Toronto Star

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.

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
Tom’s Guide – Econsultancy (blog) – Lifehacker –



Who is responsible and what are the problems? – 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.

Ten years after Walkerton, drinking water still at risk: report National Post
 Victims of Walkerton now crusaders Montreal Gazette
Owen Sound Sun Times – Globe and Mail – Toronto Star – 580 CFRA Radio

May 13, 2010

It seems if the OPP and commissioner Julian Fantino are involved things tend to be sour

One a rotten apple always a rotten apple.. Again a serious public rage directed toward Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino.. Veteran Affairs minister 70-minute delay was ‘due to cabinet meeting that ran long’ cause the citizens and veterans are not important enough but veterans who spoke with CBC News are still angry with the cabinet minister, who wound up meeting only briefly with the vets..”What the minister did yesterday was disgraceful. The only thing we want is a commitment to keep open the eight offices and reopen the Prince George office. Veterans have earned that respect,” said a joint statement from veterans Ron Clarke, Bruce Moncur


Fantino was first elected to the House of Commons in a 2010 byelection. He was appointed to cabinet in 2011 and has also served as minister of international co-operation, minister of state for seniors and associate minister of defence.  Fantino had a long career in policing before entering federal politics, including serving as chief of the Toronto Police Service and commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police.


Next Julian Fantino is out as the federal Veterans Affairs  minister  too.. Jan 5, 2015. He becomes associate minister for national defence.  Julian Fantino  had  become a political vulnerability for the Conservative government in recent months. ” The Conservatives’ troubles on the veterans’ file started a year ago when some former military personnel objected to the closing of several Veterans Affairs offices across Canada. There has also been anger over layoffs and the department returning more than $1 billion to the federal treasury since 2006. In addition, Auditor General Michael Ferguson released a stinging report on wait times for mental health services in November, while the government was accused of trickery after it was revealed $200 million in new funding for mental-health services for veterans was to be spread out over 50 years.”


I never did like Fantino or Canada’s police forces..


Ex OPP police chief Julian Fantino  caught my attention when he clearly lied about the causes of car accidents in southern, he lied when he had said speeding is the main cause of car accidents in Ontario , he should have known better, distracted, drunk and impaired drivers, road ragers rather are the main cause of car accidents..  so next it came as no surprise to me when the Devil PM Stephen Harper himself asked Julian Fantino to become a Conservative federal MP candidate He should be right at home with the too may liars we have elected.. it seems we like to continue to elect Liars.

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.


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.


Ont. lawyers pulled from SIU case against OPP –  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.

AG ‘buckling to police lobby,’ Kormos says National Post

Lawyers pulled from hearing into whether officers break laws Toronto Star

Toronto Sun – – Minden Times – NOW Toronto

May 12, 2010

Canadian Mortality rate – Death -Health – Heart disease – Cancer


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.
Too many news reporters now STILL do fail to say that   half of those diagnosed with cancer now will eventually die of the disease or one of its complications, most journalists do still  like to spin the positive and prefer the  stories that ignore the hard reality of the various diseases. They are not doing anyone a service by their lies..
Sadly still too many lost sheep, distorters, positive spin doctors too now have even now tried to point out that  the Bible as being itself all good news, when in fact it also now  has many, many negative references as any actual Bible readers do easily  find out.
One of the negative facts in the Bible is that it states in the last days many of men’s hearts will fail, and sickness will plague the earth even. “Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” (Luke 21:26 KJV) 
Most of the spin doctors, false scribes are not too eager now to rock the politically correct boat of the supposedly established ”truths”.
“There’s been a tremendous growth in options available to physicians and over those last 10 years, they have  been successful in making sure the treatments that are beneficial are being used by more people,” But still not enough is being done here too.
Don’t get the false impression that all doctors now in Canada are motivated enough by money to help you with your  sickness and your pain. My medical services undeniably exponentially improved from my own doctor next when I had informed him I was keeping the health ministry abreast in writing next of the actual health services I was getting.
The health of Saskatchewan residents doesn’t measure up well against the rest of the country, says the most recent report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information. “Although, surprising some related information can be found here it is still rare.
Many many people in Canada, young and old  too do live daily in unresolved fears, and also do now  lack adequate sleep both issues that severely affects their personal health now too.
Not to downplay  the impact of specific health strategies like smoking bans and food labeling initiatives,  such polices likely do now play  a really big role in the Heart and cancer disease’s decline still now one’s unresolved negative personal stress, one’s fear of war and many other facts do affect one’ heart health clearly too. 
“I think we all should reinforce all  patients that just as they should be taking the medications and undergoing the procedures that are evidence-based and recommended by their physician, that next they should not fall into this false sense of security,”   “Exercising, watching their diet to ensure diabetes doesn’t come on and (watching) their cholesterol, all of those are vitally important also as important as (medical or drug) treatments.”
“Too many major studies of the cause of death seem to have mainly a pharmaceutical approach agenda, solution still too. With their truckloads of money, made from the top selling synthetic chemical pharmaceutical next of course.  Of note, they have correctly excluded Coumadin/Warfarin (rat poison) from their apparent analysis, since there is no credible evidence that these chemical “drugs” extend human life. This death -health study nevertheless  is just an attempt still to deceive readers into believing satins extend life, which is totally false, but very profitable.  According to a UK study statin drugs may add a total of two days to a person’s life at a cost to the Healthcare System that runs in the billions. Their only effect may be anti inflammatory, which an Aspirin will do too. When inflammation in your system goes down so does your LDL level. Basically Cholesterol does not cause heart problems, never has, never will. Basically it seems statin drugs  are not only useless but dangerous. The steady stream of pharmaceutical recalls often definitely shows, means that their claim of science is pure deception.  Their basic Obscene profit motivation has nothing good to do with really helping human health. Too many of them it seems that they are still  fraudsters  downplaying falsely eating healthy foods,  or  blood pressure control and the two most likely major heart death factors; diet and exercise. “
“As per diabetes type 2  nobody should have that disease and it is, in most cases when not too advanced completely curable by cutting out all refined carbs and changing back to a healthy diet of veggies and meat and fat. Yes, animal fat. Did you know that lard is for the greater part mono unsaturated fat (oleic acid, same as olive oil). “
I too do have to say I too still get tired of the news and medical crap I do read, the distortions, especially when it comes to the leading causes of deaths in Canada.. cancer and heart attacks are the leading causes of death supposedly.. somehow the reasons often now given for one dying seem to exclude the basics.. such as many people who get a second free disease  while in a hospital, and besides as to how many people get sick or killed due  to alcohol, unresolved negative personal stress, eating cheap, bad foods. Not just deaths due to a lack of exercise or being overweight.
All the health studies seem to have a false hidden agenda, sponsored by someone and are not fully honest still it seem. I have for my liking now also met  too many bad doctors and nurses in my life in reality too  Even Doctors who had abused their research grants now too.
The numbers of new Cancer, Heart cases and deaths are continuing to rise in many parts of Canada even. When it comes to Cancer only about 25 percent  of the deaths now are unavoidable and the balance could have been likley prevented with better education, preventative measure, applicable now to heart deaths as well, all which clearly means our governments, Health Ministers they  are not still doing enough to look after the good welfare of all Canadians these days too. Help for sick, and the dying  is insufficient still. The statistics also suggest 40% of men and 45% of Canadian women will develop cancer during their lifetime. This year, an estimated 173,800 Canadians will be diagnosed with some form of cancer, up by 2,800 over 2009; 76,200 are predicted to die from the disease, an increase of 900 compared to last year. Now prostate cancer,  is the second largest cancer killer of men, just behind lung cancer. The five-year for survival rate for all cancers combined is only 59 per cent.  An estimated 173,800 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Canada in 2010, according to the latest projections. (This does not include 75,500 cases of non-melanoma skin cancer.)   The leading cancer killer, by far, remains lung cancer, which will take an estimated 20,600 lives this year. Next is colorectal cancer (9,100 deaths), then breast cancer (5,400) and prostate cancer (4,300). 
“In Canada cancer is the country’s biggest killer, and one in nine women in Canada will get breast cancer.  Even Breast cancer sufferers desperately need more generous employment insurance and other benefits as they grapple with the steep economic costs of their illness, a new Canadian study concludes\nx   it’s not just the disease that can cause cause stress for women. The financial burden is also significant In an online survey of 446 cancer survivors, 44% reported using their own savings to cover medical expenses and lost income. More than one-quarter were forced into debt. As well, about one in six of those who had been employed full-time when diagnosed lost their jobs. About one-fifth were forced to go back to work before they felt ready due to financial pressure. “Many respondents were unaware of the high cost of the disease until they began to get treatment. Like many Canadians, they had assumed that public health care would cover most of their costs,” the study says. “The economic reality came as a shock.” Much of the financial burden can be attributed to the fact Employment Insurance covers only 15 weeks of the 38-week treatment. Two-thirds of respondents were off work for at least 16 weeks. Patients who had chemotherapy had the greatest drop in family income, took more time off work and were more likely to quit their jobs. While provincial governments pay for many drugs, the patient commonly pays for some others, special foods as well as medical supplies and prosthetics – such as wigs or special bras – out-of-pocket. Travel costs to obtain treatment – a particular problem for those outside cities – aren’t covered. Patients who exercise every day and eat a healthy diet while getting treated for breast cancer and prostate cancer can improve their entire health. The Breast Cancer Network’s survey estimated the average household income dropped $12,000 following diagnosis of breast cancer. In fact, the study concluded breast cancer survivors “often found the financial burden to be as stressful as the disease and that the financial impact was sometimes longer lasting than the disease itself.” The study focused solely on breast cancer, the most common cancer in women; one in nine women will get it in their lifetime. Each year, among both men and women, about 22,900 new  breast cancer  cases are diagnosed. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, but men are not immune, either. In 2009, 22700 Canadian women and 180 Canadian men were diagnosed with this form of the disease, with 5400 women and 50 men dying of it. But the network stressed that financial problems and difficulties re-entering the labour force are significant issues among sufferers of all cancers. “We would argue that many of the experiences described in this report are likely shared by the more than 700,000 Canadians living with all types of cancer.
 Prenatal exposure to BPA, DES may boost breast cancer risk Fetuses exposed to chemicals like Bisphenol-A (BPA) and Diethylstilbestrol (DES) in the womb may have a higher risk of developing breast cancer in their adulthood, BPA is a weak estrogen and DES is a strong estrogen, yet our study shows both have a profound effect on gene expression in the mammary gland — breast — throughout life,” A review article published online May 25 in Nature Reviews Endocrinology finds that endocrine-disrupting chemicals like bisphenol A found in plastic pose cancer risk in adults. Bisphenol A is commonly present in household products including plastic bottles, reusable food containers, and food cans. “All estrogens, even ‘weak’ ones can alter the development of the breast and ultimately place adult women who were exposed to them prenatally at risk of breast cancer.” DES was also used as a growth hormone in the beef and poultry industry in the 60s. It was phased out in the late 1970s after the chemical was found to cause cancer. 


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. 
“It is absolutely OFFENSIVE that the government is still feeding off cigarette tax dollars while making marijuana illegal.  My mother is dying slowly from cancer because of cigarette smoking. All my childhood friends have someone in the family who has died in a similar horrible fashion. When will the Canadian government do what is morally right and make cigarettes illegal? The government makes roughly 6-7 billion dollars in taxing tobacco. Not to mention sales and service taxes.   That money supposedly  goes towards our healthcare as well.”
 “What is the correlation between the incidence of high blood pressure and high personal indebtedness in this country?” ”  Did the Canadian causes of death study  take into account how many people had moved to Alberta but died of heart attacks once they saw the cost of LIVING housing and health care in reality once they arrived there?”
Notice the spin doctors do not deal truthfully or specially with how many people who have been diagnosed with serious heart problems got treated within 6 months to 2 years at the most and why was that? Reality heart treatment is done at major hospitals only who do not get paid on a per patient basis, but only get an annual budget to work with, a budget which varies with each city,  province now too, so they firstly do not treat all the serious heart patients.

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.

“Is it possible that the majority of heart deaths in Canada are caused by one virus or another, Virus spread from infected animals, gum diseases, etc., ? Why is here  too no mention of this by our news media or medical community? Does the medical community basically still not want to tell you how these viruses are caused, spread? I think, they know, a lot more then they are telling, or the media is telling. Although, surprising some related information can be found here it is still rare. “
Let’s first be fair to ourselves and others and note that no one thing specifically causes all the cancers, diabetic sick persons, heart problems in the world, rather it is a combination of several different factors starting with our personal ignorance, and the false neglect of the our Bodies.
To Help with many person’s medical symptoms of their diseases often we may still  have to deal with the root causes of their sicknesses too.. including their stress, anxieties, their wrong doings too. Hypertension is another  main, leading personal cause of heart attacks, strokes and other major medical problems. For most North Americans even if you don’t have high blood pressure now, you need to make a serious lifestyle, food  adjustments now to avoid personal health problems, especially Cancer and Heart diseases next in one’s future. A person is considered hypertensive with a blood-pressure reading of 140/90 millimetres of mercury (mmHg) or higher. Healthy adults should have a blood pressure in the range of 120/80 mmHg, although that target varies with age and other health conditions. There are many DIFFERENT factors that contribute to high blood pressure, including first the type of one’s food consumption, too much read meat, not enough fruit and vegetables,  being overweight, a lack of physical activity, excessive sodium consumption and aging. Hypertension, while it has few obvious symptoms, is a leading risk factor for heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.
While clearly the medical advances against even the more serious sickness have taken gigantic leaps now these days, I sadly too often these  days have to tell the truth to the sick persons that next the patients themselves are now more often to blame for their sudden deaths,  their illness degenerating mostly too even by reaping what they sowed, by their own neglect of basic laws reaping relating to the to human anatomy too, a) by their own failure to insure  healthy eating, b) their own  failure to get  proper sleep, c) and their own failure to handle, resolve unbeneficial stress adequately.
 Many people do not understand also what a  depression or a mid life crisis is.. it is that void,, the emptiness that you do have when you lost somethinng that once was important to you.. solution to depressions are good music, good sleep, good food, having good friends and not rather bad ones.
Majority of patients still lie to themselves when they do now falsely think they will not reap what they have personally sowed and thus they are committing personal suicide as a result.
 Lack of sleep is still a killer.. so is not eating properly.. so is unresolved stress…
God is a God of love and he really does not want us to suffer needlessly so he is willing to help us if we meet his conditions as defined also  in the Bible. (1 Cor 10:21 KJV)  Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils.
 Absurd TD health study calls for health  new health tax. To focus medical practitioners on the most effective treatments, it says the province should set up a “commission on quality and value for health care.” It would assess the best and most cost-effective medical treatments for specific conditions, and evaluate new drugs and treatments, and let medical practitioners know the results says TD’s chief economist, Don Drummond. The TD report also says doctors should be paid differently, getting a blend of salary and payment for the volume of patients and treatments.  Public health care is unsustainable if spending continues unchecked, Left unchecked, health-care spending is set to rise to 80 per cent of total program spending.  Here is the important main root, real problem the same report does not face firstly. In reality the  Doctors are God. You cannot touch them or deal with them. The medical society itself forbids the criticism of any doctor, by any doctor or anyone else for that matter. for only lenthly self regulation can review any criticism of a bad doctors performances. The same fact generally applies to the unionized  nurse and hospital workers and so no work improvement, cost effectiveness can be attained,   thus having any possible effective cost or quality supervisors is also impossible. Our medical services always tend to be unsupervised, uncontrolled  with about 50 percent of the existing workers being pretentious, incompetent, inadequate, and so of course putting more money into a pail full of holes like this is an ever increasing  waste of money.  Solution? a cheap one too, Do merely  start the exposure exemplary firing all bad doctors, bad nurses, bad civil and bad public servants as well.   Start firing the bad hospital 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
Interesting points, questions, concerns now too.
  •  Canada’s rapidly increasing aging seniors
  • Hospital deaths account for half of deaths annually

    May 8, 2010

    The political news story that will not just go away

    Bank sued Calgary MP during candidacy  CALGARY (CBC) – Calgary Conservative MP Devinder Shory knew he was linked to a mortgage fraud investigation while he was running during the last federal election.  The Bank of Montreal sued Shory, a lawyer, on July 28, 2008, nearly three months before the federal election, according to a lawsuit obtained by CBC News. In its statement of claim, the bank said it sued Shory because he ignored repeated requests to turn over all records related to five real estate transactions he had processed on behalf of the bank. According to an affidavit from a BMO investigator, the bank demanded that Shory deliver five “specific client files on an urgent basis.” The bank repeated the demand in a followup letter dated July 18, 2008, and asked for Shory’s trust ledger for the same client files. When the BMO didn’t receive the records, it eventually sued Shory for his legal work on the files in which the bank claims mortgages were falsely inflated. As CBC News first reported, Shory is among more than 300 Albertans, including 16 other lawyers, sued by the Bank of Montreal in what is believed to be the largest mortgage fraud in Canadian history. According to the July 2008 lawsuit, Shory knew as far back as June 2008 that the bank was investigating his conduct as a lawyer on cases he handled. Shory did not respond to interview requests placed by CBC News to his offices in Ottawa and Calgary. A Prime Minister’s Office spokesman said Friday he had not seen the 2008 legal documents and would have no further comment.
    It is very naïve of the leader, prime minister  of this country to think that this issue will go away and that  the opposition will let it do so. They clearly smell blood and a chance to expose this government’s, member’s inadequacies.
     The bank’s statement of claim says Shory and the other Malik lawyers “owed BMO a duty of care to undertake their duties with the utmost skill, care and attention in every respect as an accepted standard of practice of a reasonably prudent solicitor.”Instead, the suits says the Malik lawyers were negligent in failing to notify BMO that third parties — unrelated to the transaction and outside the knowledge of the bank — were in fact pocketing the proceeds of the sale.”In breach of these obligations to BMO, each of the Malik lawyers failed to take the appropriate steps, which failure enabled the Malik Group and the Malik Lenders to . . . wrongfully obtain mortgage financing,” BMO said in its statement of claim. The allegations have not been proven in court.  In Ottawa, opposition MPs demanded Thursday that Shory sit as an independent until his name is cleared. “Why did the government not call in the RCMP? Why is the member still sitting in the Conservative caucus?” Read more:        
    Tue May 11, 9:57 PM  EDMONTON (CBC) – A massive alleged mortgage fraud based in Calgary has touched the ranks of Alberta’s Liberal party, CBC News has learned.   Lawyer John Casuga, the former president of the Calgary Buffalo riding association, is among the hundreds of Albertans being sued by the Bank of Montreal. CBC News has also learned the Law Society of Alberta disbarred Casuga on Nov. 26, 2009, for his actions related to the alleged mortgage fraud. Law society documents obtained by CBC show Casuga faced a disciplinary hearing on 26 citations including: The most serious citation against Casuga, 37, is that he “assisted a client in committing a fraud,” states the law society document. Casuga admitted to all of the citations, except the one involving fraud. The law society forwarded the evidence from its internal investigation to the Alberta Justice department to determine if Casuga should be charged criminally. According to Alberta Justice records, no charges against Casuga have been filed. The Bank of Montreal has accused Casuga, Calgary Conservative MP Devinder Shory, and 17 other lawyers of negligence in relation to legal work that the bank says resulted in the loss of more than $30 million through falsely inflated mortgages. None of the allegations contained in the lawsuit has been proven in court. The alleged fraud scheme involved the recruitment of hundreds of people mostly new immigrants whose names and credit were used to apply for falsely inflated mortgages.
     Imagine that the paid  RCMP openly admits now that for decades too it is pretentious, inadequate, incompetent, insufficient police force , when it comes to dealing with basic white collared crimes such as : Mortgage fraud, or Stock fraud, stealing from seniors. All it  the RCMP is qualified to do it give out speeding, parking tickets and to kill persons with the laser after all . It all is  especially hard for the clearly bad, inexperienced RCMP cause it takes real work. So how are they the bad  RCMP also dealing with computer fraud, money laundering by crooks, terrorists banking now too? they  do not for they expect others to do such as the banks investigators now  again too? Bad  RCMP management cannot hire competent persons for the RCMP cause it uses the RCMP Budget  money to give itself useless bonuses, expense accounts, etc?

    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.

    No broad right to protect news sources in Canada

    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.

    Supreme Court will not give media an ‘absolute right’ to protect confidential National Post

    Montreal Gazette – Vancouver Sun – AFP – The Associated Press
    Common sense tell us all that even all News Reporters, Professional ones included now too,  News Media too, can be held for slander, wrongful, malicious reporting, writings.. even any person  now on the internet as well.. But still their Prosecution is not automatic the individual with the complaint now  generally still do have to pay and to go to court and prove their case openly as well.
    No broad right to protect news sources: court    The Canadian Press  OTTAWA  The high court ruled Friday that journalists have no blanket right to shield confidential sources. One reason cited for the decision was the anarchic world of modern day information. The court ruled 8-1 against the National Post and former Post reporter Andrew McIntosh, who sought to quash a search warrant issued almost a decade ago as part of what became known as the Shawinigate affair. In finding there is no broad constitutional protection to shield sources, the justices said claims of immunity can be argued on a case-by-case basis. ”The law should and does accept that in some situations the public interest in protecting the secret source from disclosure outweighs other competing public interests – including criminal investigations,” Justice Ian Binnie wrote on the court’s behalf. ”In those circumstances, the courts will recognize an immunity against disclosure of sources to whom confidentiality has been promised.” But in the case at issue, Binnie said the needs of a police investigation trump confidentiality. He said the court recognizes there is a public interest in enabling journalists to protect the identity of confidential sources. But it has to be balanced against the competing interest of the police. Binnie wasn’t about to find a constitutional protection for journalists, noting that the term could include tweeters, bloggers and people standing on a corner shouting news at passersby. ”To throw a constitutional immunity around the interactions of such a heterogeneous and ill-defined group of writers and speakers and whichever ‘sources’ they deem worthy of a promise of confidentiality and on whatever terms they may choose to offer it . . . would blow a giant hole in law enforcement and other constitutionally recognized values such as privacy. He noted that lawyers and clients have a very strong legal shield, but lawyers are a different breed from journalists. For instance, he said there is the ”immense variety and degrees of professionalism (or the lack of it) of persons who now ‘gather’ and ‘publish’ news. ”In contrast to the legal profession, there is no formal accreditation to ‘license’ the practice of journalism and no professional organization (such as a law society) to regulate its members and attempt to maintain professional standards.” The ruling leaves Canadian journalists in the same boat as their colleagues in the United States and Britain, where there are no blanket constitutional protections for sources. Some states have their own shield laws, but they vary in how much they cover. Canadian journalists were generally pleased last December when the Supreme Court ruled that defamation and slander laws should be changed to give greater protection for communications on matters of public interest. It gave the media a stronger defence in libel cases. McIntosh had promised confidentiality for a source known only as X, who sent the reporter a document which was later denounced as a forgery. In 2000, McIntosh investigated links between then-prime minister Jean Chretien and the Grand-Mere Inn, a resort in his home riding. McIntosh reported that Chretien had called the Business Development Bank of Canada to promote a loan for the inn.  McIntosh subsequently received an envelope from X containing what appeared to be a 1997 internal loan document from the bank. It said a $615,000 loan to Grand-Mere allowed the company to pay an outstanding $23,000 debt to a Chretien family corporation.   The bank said the document was a forgery. McIntosh testified that X told him the document had arrived by mail anonymously and X forwarded it, believing it to be genuine. In 2001, the RCMP were called in. They wanted to test the document and envelope for DNA or fingerprints – which would likely have identified X. They obtained a search warrant and an assistance order. The order required the National Post to help find the document, which McIntosh said he had hidden in a safe place not in the newspaper’s offices. The newspaper went to court to fight the warrant and order. It’s not clear where the case stands, said Doug Kelly, editor-in-chief of the National Post. ”What happens now is we talk to our lawyers and our lawyers talk to the RCMP and they try to ascertain from the RCMP whether they are interested in continuing a nine-year old case.” McIntosh, who left the newspaper several years ago and splits his time between the United States and Canada, did not reply to emails seeking his reaction. Jacobsen said the Crown likely wants to go ahead, given the time and effort it spent going all the way to the Supreme Court. And, he said, McIntosh has few options if he’s asked to hand over the material. ”Ultimately, if he doesn’t do it he could be found in contempt. If he were in Canada and he was found in contempt he could end up having to go to jail.”

    May 7, 2010

    The big bad CRTC Approves New Bell Internet Billing Rates Increase

    The big bad  CRTC Approves New Bell Internet Billing Rates Increase, Plans.
    The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has approved a plan to bill Internet customers by the gigabyte. Bell Canada and Bell Aliant can now charge both retail and wholesale customers based on how much they download each month. The plan, known as usage-based billing, will apply to people who buy their internet connection from Bell, or from smaller service providers that rent lines from the company, such as Teksavvy or Acanac. The CRTC also approved an additional speed option. The CRTC is letting the service providers introduce the pricing plan to its customers, called usage-based billing, whether a customer gets Internet access from Bell or from smaller companies that get their access through Bell’s lines. Some Internet Service Providers that get wholesale services from Bell had opposed the plan, initially presented last fall, saying they could not differentiate their product offerings from Bell’s under such a scheme. The CRTC noted that it also received a number of individual comments, mostly opposed to the proposal. Usage-based billing is seen by providers like Bell as one way to control or manage demand on their networks, often caused by heavy downloading or so-called P2P traffic. For more information, visit 
    Why  are the prices always going up for Bell and the customers instead of down overtime? The CRTC clearly is either incompetent or corrupt. We’d like to be billed in accordance with the contract that we had signed with Bell. Didn’t realize that Bell  could just change the terms of a contract any old time Bell  wanted. It does not take a genius to know that the CRTC have given Bell a license to steal more money from the consumers, customers and Bell providing very little in return back to the customer, Bell still provides lying,  lousy customer services, including the slow down of email and their capping of the downloads too.. Computers, networking hardware, all the tech stuff needed to get the Internet to your door gets cheaper every day…. Hard drives used to be thousands of dollars for 5 megabytes…. now they are pennies on the gigabyte(1000 megabytes)…. Yet Rogers and Bell seem to keep on raising the prices…. they are greedy for a start.

    May 6, 2010

    Thenonconformer’s Canadian blog

    We all in Canada do pay millions and millions, billions of dollars in taxes to our federal, provincial, municipal pretentious governments where too many civil and public servants, politicians in Canada undeniably seem too ready to abuse them, to cheat, lie, steal , pass the buck and to not help us the citizens rather. I do often write. send thousands of letters on justifiable, valid causes to them and I have often not seen one decent reply, acknowledgment, never mind any good actions on them as well from these still mostly pretenders, liars who tell more and more lies. They do the same thing mostly to all other Canadians now as well and none of that is acceptable still too.
    Tax payer’s money abuses, false expense account statements, stealing, tax evasions, obstruction of justice, cheating, lying, drunkenness, impaired driving, pornography, Adultery, VERBAL, PHYSICAL ABUSES, are all ESPECIALLY unacceptable for any civil and public servants. 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.
    Not by my choice I have been in Hospitals, emergency wards, convalescent homes with my father too many times this year and I can say without a doubt that many of the hospitals, most that I have been to in Montreal, Calgary are liars, pretenders, imposters, really do not provide full adequate medical services to all, especially to seniors. Unacceptable.
    In case you did not notice it too often KNOW IT ALL Nurses have a hard time following orders still and toooften and patients do sufer as a result. A patient at the convalescent home Montreal Manoir Verdun is in severe pain, and is allowed to take pain medication as needed, the nurse is told of his need, but the cold, calloused, indifferent nurse she replies she is on her one hour lunch break and she openly refuses to give it to him, another nurse is summoned by a nursing assistant from another floor to come and give him his pain pill. This is not the first time she neglects the patient’s needs, rather it has been a too often occurrence with her.
    In the Montreal Verdun hospital the patients ward does not have air conditioning but where the nurses work it is air conditioned by room window units. Visit the 3 floor for a great example. A sick elderly patient who is often cold, catches a cold easily too, was in one of these rooms for a blood transfusion and the nurse in charge was asked to temporary close the air conditioning for a few hours, but the selfish, self centered nurse next refused to do so because she would have to work under warm conditions. Whose welfare was more important? The Patient got sicker as a direct result too. How will the clearly pretentious, useless Ombudsman reply here?
    I can say that for many decades in Canada too many bad, unrepentant persons, big bad crooks, liars, thieves, abusers have often taken the ostrich approach of my revelations of their wrong doings on the internet, figuring if they ignore it, so will everyone else and I will disappear, go away.. how naive. Here I am decades later still rightfully complaining they should be fired, put in jail even. And do tell me again what the difference is between a too often bad liberal or a bad, no good conservative is!
    Over the last Half of century I have met and have personally dealt with many elected ministers, pastors, politicians, administrators and they tend to be generally in 2 separate camps, the good and the bad  
    Now close to 65% of the country had voted for political parties other then Conservatives and that they now also should have some serious say in the workings of the federal government. Now why would I be falsely impressed, satisfied now with anyone doing merely a pretentious, inadequate job even if they can be cute, good looking or whatever too? Bad managers, bad management, resulting chaos, abuses are far too common in our governments, and Medicare as well. The sole fact that I do have to post these well known truths for all to read now is an absurdity, absurd in that the governments paid members do still hesitate to do anything about it already cause they do not care, for they are over paid clearly.

    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.
    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.
    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.

    To say that my elderly father has been rather getting poor medical treatment at the McGill, Montreal West Lakeshore General and Verdun Hospitals is a completely undeniable understatement! In both of these hospitals the nurses often had failed to give my father proper pain medication on time now but guess what? they did not hestitate to drug him even to sleep with moraphine when they had a heavy work load.. so he would not be a bother to them

    I can say without a doubt that if you want to receive better over the common just poor medical services in Canada you do now have to fight for it, you have to complain loudly about the poor services you got. Unfortunately complaining about the bad governmental or police services does not help for it seems they are permanently corrupt, inadequate.
    Bad behaviour by many Canadian politicians is turning off voters. Bad behaviour by too many bad Canadian police is also turning off many Canadians. Now add to that bad civil and public servants rather too often pretentious outputs. Include the bad doctors and Nurses who do not provide adequate medical services to all citizens, seniors included. Next realize the fact that serious patient’s pains are not even being properly managed in hospitals, elsewhere. Leads us all to conclude they really still do not care about the citizens concerns, needs. I know for an absolute fact that my own Liberal Members of the Legislature, and Member of Parliament are pretentious, inadequate for a decade now too. The federal and provincial cabinet ministers tend not to be any better, for they all seem to be mainly still looking after their own false interests at the tax payer’s expenses still.
    Canada is definitely not one big Country, but consists of many little countries, or regions that seem to have their own provincial, territorial laws, priorities, their own hidden agendas. The West, the Maritimes, Quebec, Ontario included. The federal government itself rarely it seems takes the proper lead, leadership now too.
    Yes some of the Canadian concerns Canada wide are very similar:

    – 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.
    – 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

    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.

    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.

    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.


    Face it if your own mother was depressed and / OR she now did not want to eat, the Hospital and/or Convalescent staff would let her die, for they are under orders by the Quebec government not to feed her or help her.
    Since I clearly, openly do not write to win political or any popularity support I know you will also find some shocking truths in my expose of Canadian Life in reality even how the immoral, cheap Quebec government wrongfully allows elderly patients to die by not force feeding them or providing them any depression counseling OR ADEQUATE MEDICAL HELP
    Here is what I find amazing, I live in one of the largest cities in Canada and in the local hospitals I still rarely can find, and talk to a really competent dietician or pharmacist. TOO MANY GENERAL PRACTITIONERS DOCTORS ARE NOT COMPETENT DRUG DOCTORS, OR DOCTORS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE. Convalescent homes tend daily now to dispose loads of pills to their seniors and yet they tend to not have an adequate pharmacist or doctor on their staff to check the pills side effect, as I have recently even found out firsthand too.
    Imagine that the paid RCMP openly admits now that for decades too it is pretentious, inadequate, incompetent, insufficient police force , when it comes to dealing with basic white collared crimes such as : Mortgage fraud, or Stock fraud, stealing from seniors. All it the RCMP is qualified to do it give out speeding, parking tickets and to kill persons with the laser after all . It all is especially hard for the clearly bad, inexperienced RCMP cause it takes real work. So how are they the bad RCMP also dealing with computer fraud, money laundering by crooks, terrorists banking now too? they do not for they expect others to do such as the banks investigators now again too? Bad RCMP management cannot hire competent persons for the RCMP cause it uses the RCMP Budget money to give itself useless bonuses, expense accounts, etc?

    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/

    Useless also 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.
    The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals said perhaps stricter laws and better data would allow the industry to determine just how big the problem is.” Mortgage fraud is not a common type of crime but when it does happen, it can be for significant amounts,” said Jim Murphy, president and CEO of the CAAMP, “Unfortunately what does happen, particularly in the fraud-for-profit, is that it can be very, very sophisticated.” Murphy said there are two types of fraud: fraud-for-shelter, where an individual misrepresents income to qualify for a mortgage. But fraud-for-profit, which has been in the spotlight recently, is often far more complex. The association wrote to Justice Minister Rob Nicholson asking for the Criminal Code to be amended to include stiffer laws, but the federal government hasn’t shown much interest in updating the code
    RCMP computer report ‘designed to hide,’ Liberal MP says
    – 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:
    and the RCMP was no better under the Liberals for decades now too…

    BC RCMP officer charged with assault – ?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

    – 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.
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    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)

    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.


    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?

    Bell IT SEEMS is still undeniable guilty of bait and switch, false misleading trade, advertising practices.

    One of the too many false reasons too many patients die in Hospitals is that almost none of the medical staff feel any personal, real, negative repercussions themselves. That also includes the too many bad cops we seem to have now too, and bad civil and public servants too, bad politicians..
    One of the best way that I have discovered to get to know what a person is really like, is work with him just for one whole day,.. and what you now saw next.. lying, bullying, control freak..


    May 1, 2010

    City hall managers, adminstrators, others guilty of tax evasion


    THE FISH STINKS FROM THE HEAD.  It really is so  is hard to believe that when the ordinary citizen can easily see it now, perceive the facts, truth  that it was not a  deliberate act, a deliberate oversight too, in this modern age of competent managers, that  the  so called professionals now too,  the same managers who now are supposedly smart , intelligent to run the finances,  administration, public servants at the largest city in Canada, that they now were also so ignorant in that  they were committing major tax evasion for years too. Sounds more like a deliberate criminal act that is being carried on in other places, churches, police, other GOVERNMENTAL OFFICES included.. and what they will all get a slap on the wrist for it too? Notice the media spin on the crimes, story now too.. ALL JUST AS BAD AS THE QUEBEC POLITICS, GOVERNMENT.. Unacceptable pretentious justice too. EXCELLENCE WELCOMES SCRUTINY. 
    Councillors to surrender tax-free TTC passes Globe and Mail – A tax-free TTC ride is over for city councillors. The Toronto Transit Commission has asked all 44 councillors and the mayor to immediately return their 2010 Metropasses to appease the Canada Revenue Agency, which concluded earlier this year that free transit trips and a slew of other perks count as taxable benefits. Councillors’ free passes to the Toronto Zoo, the Sony Centre and city-owned golf courses could soon be treated the same way. Excluded was the councillors’ free access to city-owned Green P lots. etc… 

    Toronto councillors lose tax-free TTC passes 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.

     Just cause so many others still do it. cheat, lie, steal it all  does not make it right.
    680 News –
    The Toronto Transit Commission is expected to have a record year for ridership,  dues also to 25 cent fare increase introduced at the beginning of the year, leading to an estimated $20 million surplus. So how do they use it to reduce the price of fares for the citizens? or they continue to give expensive, lavish perks, freebies to city hall managers?
    Meanwhile the  top brass at the Toronto Transit Commission yesterday  confessed openly to the news reporter  what Transit riders already know: Its trains and buses are overcrowded and its subway stations are dirty and confusing. Their Spin doctors are promising changes here now. The Toronto Transit Commission will undo the service cuts it made to save cash in 2010 and spring for the cost of the 42 new station managers to improve customer service on subways. TTC will look at rehiring the 32 drivers it cut in March, and also cancelling a further cut of 32 drivers that had been planned for September. Transit fare savings? Dream on. or just more Empire building.  Which reminds me what about all of those managers still too that too often do take still home the office computer equipment, software and so  are they also not still guilty of thet, tax evasions too.
    Why do most of the politicians fear all disclosures now?  Jesus himself had said that of she or he that cannot be trusted to handle the small money matters they now next cannot be trusted to handle the big ones too.   Spending scandals have now rocked governments in Canada and continually too. In February, Nova Scotia’s auditor general concluded inappropriate claims were made by some politicians for personal items, including almost $8,000 spent on a generator that was installed in a politician’s home. Reports by Newfoundland and Labrador’s auditor general led to criminal charges against a former legislature employee and four former politicians who received sentences ranging from 15 months to two years. How can any of the Ministers be trusted to supervise others, resources when they still really cannot be trusted and do need to be supervised themselves, held accountiable.
    “”it is inconceivable that in a political era in which voters demand accountability, federal politicians can forever fend off the demand to reveal their expenses. “I think it’s a political minefield for them not to allow the auditor general in,” said Ken Dye, Canada’s auditor general from 1981 to 1991. “You wonder why they’re resisting. What are they trying to hide? I think that in a time of accountability I have no trouble at all having the country’s auditor general examine any bit of public money.” You’d think the same would hold true for a governing Conservative party that came to office in 2006 on a platform of transparency and accountability, or the three opposition parties who make daily denunciations about Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s penchant of secrecy. Instead, all are complicit in upholding the culture of hidden receipts in Ottawa, one of just a few tranches of taxpayer money that is shielded from public audit. There also needs to be serious discussion about the terms of the probe the auditor general wants to conduct, he said. Fraser recently explained to a Senate Finance committee that what she envisions is a performance audit, which examines whether taxpayers have received value for the money spent by politicians, rather than a narrow double-check of Parliament’s balance sheet. Why, in an era of wedge politics where parties stake out the moral high ground if only to better thump their opponents, no one wants to be the first to come clean with their expenses is another enduring mystery of this matter. When the Star conducted an investigation into how MPs were spending their office budgets last year, the vast majority were unwilling to disclose how they spend their share of taxpayers’ money. ”–auditor-battling-ottawa-s-culture-of-hidden-receipts?bn=1  
    Ha ha ha So they now still all cannot cannot be trusted now not to lie on their expense account so can we trust them all still now even anywhere else? Of course not! It is no wonder it takes such a long time to get something done in Ottawa! The way a politician conducts his parliamentary business is clearly still, political and “murky,” with a lot of the money likley used for the political parties expenses and not for the legitimate citizen, or governing business expenses.
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     PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY. MANAGERS MUST manage is such a simple truth, so axiomatic that it is hard to believe that so many people who are called managers – or call themselves managers – completely miss it. 

    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.

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