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December 30, 2010

Happy new year 2011 CANADA

While too many politicians play a dirty game, a smear campaign still in all parties it seems, this does not distract me from the reality that I still do measure the real, actual good now that they all now do on behalf of all Canadians, quite little these days it seems, so it is still thus not surprising to me we continue to have mainly minority governments as a direct result.
But I  do admit I do dislike any person who so readily can see the other persons sins, can list the other persons supposed wrongs, but cannot face, admit, list their own wrongs.. and I especially do rightfully think all politicians do also  need to show a much better example here too..
OTTAWA – If showing up at the office only half the time sounds like a dream job, you might want to consider running for Parliament. Canada’s MPs are spending less time at work in the House of Commons — only 119 days this year — and passing ever fewer bills. While that may sound dreamy to most Canadians who spend about twice as much time on the job each year, it’s a trend that at least one parliamentary procedure expert finds worrying. “In terms of the last 40 years, our Parliament is sitting a lot less and doing a lot less,” says Queens University political scientist Ned Franks. The upshot is that the government evades scrutiny and Canadians are left in the dark about what their federal politicians are up to. “I think there’s a problem there,” Franks said
In terms of productivity, Parliament has reached a new low. According to Franks, only 45 per cent of the bills introduced by the Harper government thus far have actually made it through the entire legislative process to royal assent. And that can’t all be blamed on the tribulations of running a minority government. Franks’ records show the minority government of Lester Pearson during the 1960s managed to see 86 per cent of its bills through to royal assent. The Trudeau government (both minority and majority) managed 72 per cent, Mulroney’s majority government hit 83 per cent and Chretien’s majority batted 69 per cent. Since the Second World War, the number of bills receiving royal assent each year has declined steadily from an average of 67 a year during the King-St. Laurent era to 27 under Harper. 

December 25, 2010

Here is the GOOD NEWS you want to read, hear


As in the past MOST Doctors and nurses will still no longer be held accountable, for any of their lies, errors, omissions, incompetence.
 Unemployment rate are dropping significantly, and are being replaced by a rise in social aid, welfare.
Pharmacists now claim to have a pill that can almost cure anything.. for more money
 Cancer and heart attack cure found, by euthanasia
Less people are dying at home and more people are dying in the Hospitals even with the Hospital aquired sickness.
Medicare line ups have been eliminated, for the elected politicians only.
The prime minister has announced that from now on his party members will keep  all their promises, at least for 5 minutes.
Canada has finally paid of all of it’s debts, to big business.
There will be no more official tax increases this year, rather the secret, hidden  taxes will be increased.
The Police have promised to improve their self regulations, they bought a larger paper shredder.
The police have promised to cut back on their excessive spending, when they are not working.
2/3 OF ALL CRIMINALS ARE NOT CAUGHT, CONVICTED BY THE POLICE who are too busy pursuing revenue generating traffic tickets
Big Mother Bell has promised to no longer price gouge all of it’s customers, but  it will continue to make significant price increases without notice.
 Drunk drivers have found a competitor, the Alcoholics who walk are also more  likley to be hurt in accidents
The weekend drivers were twice as likely to be involved in drinking and driving car crashes than weekday drivers AND License of drunkard drivers should be firstly cancelled immediately. . BUT THE SPEEDERS WHO EVEN CAUSE LESS ACCIDENTS WILL LIKLEY GET THE POLICE TICKETS

‘Alarming’ number still drink and drive: survey Montreal Gazette – Many Canadians take a “do as I say, not as I do” approach to drinking and driving, according to survey results released yesterday.

Nearly a quarter of drivers have driven after drinking: survey Waterloo Record

Tipsy? Call BCAA Burnaby Now – Winnipeg Free Press – 580 CFRA Radio – 660 News

December 22, 2010


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Isa 9:6  For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. 7  Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end,

see also




 An “unfair trade practice”, means a trade practice which, for the purpose of promoting the sale, use or supply of any goods or for the provision of any services, adopts any unfair method or unfair or deceptive practice. One gets the Bell intention that they offer a TOTALLY stable, state of the  art, new internet, communication system anywhere in Canada too. Bell here too often represents that the goods or services have sponsorship, approval, performance, characteristics, accessories, uses or benefits which in reality their  goods or services do not have. For example one cannot readily get their maximum internet speed at the point of usage. BELL gives to the public a  Warranty or guarantee of the performance, efficacy or length of life of a product or of any goods that is not based on an adequate or proper test thereof: The initial speed only is given and not   measuring  the actual speed on your end. BELL thus makes a false or misleading representation concerning the need for, or the usefulness of, their good, or services by making a false emphasis on the maximum initial speed available, thus neglecting the whole truth, the actual quality of service provided now as well. BELL thus now too often falsely tends to represents their TOO OFTEN Old, Archaic Systems, Services  as being of a particular high standard standard, quality or grade.  ONE HEARING, OR READING THE CANADA BELL NATIONAL LYING ADVERTISEMENTS   MAKES ONE THINK THAT THEY SEEM TO HAVE ONE OF THE BEST COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET SYSTEMS WHEREAS IN REALITY THIS  IS FAR FROM THE TRUTH. They clearly do falsely represents their  re-built, second-hand, renovated, reconditioned or old goods as NOW BEING rather supposedly  high tech, mostly new goods which IS CLEARLY A FALSE ADVERTISING PRACTICE  STILL TOO.  Bell also does still fail often top keep their  promise to replace, maintain or repair an article or any part thereof or to repeat or continue a service until it has achieved an in itially  specified result, since their system even need continual repairs.. 


Bell Canada paid a record $1.3-million penalty for “unauthorized telemarking practices,” including peddling its services to people on the national do-not-call list, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Monday.  The company hired independent telemarketers both in Canada and abroad who ended up contacting people on both the national and Bell’s internal do-not-call lists to promote and sell its services, the CRTC said.


Bell Canada’s website and  letters to subscribers caused local phone subscribers to believe they would be charged 9 cents per minute to make local calls.



Several executives of small ISPs argued that Bell’s price increases, which vary by province, are not about recovering costs from increased bandwidth use, but are purely about profit and putting competitors at a disadvantage. The group’s letter points out that Bell is not charging its own customers for the vast amounts of bandwidth chewed up by its own Internet protocol-based TV service, which travels over the same wires, but would charge ISPs that want to offer such a service – making the effort economically unfeasible.


The City of Vancouver passed a motion Thursday expressing opposition to the CRTC’s usage-based Internet billing decision.  In a CRTC decision in October, the commission said Bell Canada and Bell Aliant can charge usage-based billing to wholesale resale customers like Distributel, Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. and TekSavvy Solutions, a nonprofit advocacy group for open communications systems, has been running a campaign against the CRTC decision. 



Bell Canada says its business is in such rough shape its going to have to DOUBLE its overage charge for exceeding their paltry 60 gigs from 30 dollars a month to 60 dollars.  Don’t worry though, because they’re going to be giving the money to a good cause… their shareholders. 


The Internet is only as good and fast as its weakest link. That weak link  is Bell Canada. Bell’s customer satisfaction rates are among the lowest in the business. 


The telephone, water, electricity, fuel and the internet are all essential services that need to be regulated too

My useless Liberal MNA  Clément Gignac, and my useless Liberal MP  Lise Zarac, MP   have even  yet to even acknowledge one of my many letters to them..they are as bad as their bad  predecessor Paul Martin and Monique Forget.  Members of the Select Committee of Dead Ministers Dying with no Dignity.




The problem with the RCMP is not confined to a few bad apples

A Surrey Mountie has been charged with breach of trust for trafficking marijuana, possession of property obtained by crime and more than a dozen weapons offences. Const. David Clarke, 35, an RCMP member for 4 ½ years, was charged late Monday with 15 offences, including breach of trust for trafficking marijuana, possession of stolen marijuana and possession of various identification documents obtained by crime, the RCMP said Tuesday. He is also accused of possessing a number of unlicensed weapons, including a Glock 9-mm handgun, a Colt semiautomatic handgun, a Remington Mohawk semi-automatic rifle, an FN FAL semi-automatic rifle, a Mossberg pump-action shotgun and semi-automatic ammunition cartridges capable of holding more than 10 bullets, an alleged prohibited device.  Clarke is also among a number of officers being sued, along with the B.C. solicitor-general, by Travis Bader, the owner of a Delta firearms training business. Bader says he was treated like a criminal and subjected to two years of “personal abuse” by police, resulting in 10 unfounded charges against him that were stayed by the Crown earlier this year. Clarke is also facing an internal disciplinary hearing stemming from the criminal allegations.

The news that a Surrey Mountie is facing 15 criminal charges couldn’t have come at a worse time for our embattled national police force. Still reeling from the flak resulting from the brutal death of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver International Airport, the RCMP is fighting to re-establish its once glorious reputation as a well-governed organization that serves and protects British Columbians. The problem with the RCMP is not confined to a few bad apples. The rot runs deeper. It involves a system-wide lack of accountability to those who pay its bills, namely regular taxpayers. 




December 21, 2010

Thousands and thousands of crooks, pretenders still exist in Montreal Quebec


MONTREAL – Eight Quebec companies and five employees were charged Tuesday with bid-rigging amid allegations that they colluded on $8 million worth of contracts to install heating and air-conditioning systems in five new Montreal condominium highrises. The Competition Bureau laid 27 criminal charges after a major five-year investigation that may fuel renewed calls for a public inquiry into the seemingly endless corruption of Quebec’s infamous construction sector. “The companies charged today are accused of inflating the cost of their goods and services, depriving consumers of the benefits of honest competition, including competitive prices.” The bureau said its probe started in 2005 thanks to a tip from a former employee of one of the eight companies charged. A bureau spokeswoman refused to identify the tipster.The heating and air-conditioning companies were charged for secretly co-ordinating bids between 2003 and 2005 to rig or pre-determine winners of the contracts for five major condo highrises, while blocking out honest competitors, according to the bureau.

If guilty, the companies and employees face court fines and up to 14 years in prison.

The bureau said its evidence includes thousands of documents that were seized during 14 different raids and includes interviews with numerous witnesses.

Criminal bid-rigging boosts construction costs on projects by up to 20% , bureau officials said, citing research studies.


The companies and their employees charged include:

1. Garanteed Industries Ltd. & Houmam Nashar, bid estimator (4 counts each)

2. Les Entreprises Promécanic ltée. & Joel Perreault, a bid estimator (3 counts each)

3. Entreprises de Ventilation Climasol Inc. & president Roch Raby (2 counts each)

4. Lys Air Mecanic Inc. & France Sergerie, a vice-president (2 counts each)

5. Groupe SCV Inc. & president François Lemay (1 count each)

6. Kolostat Inc. (1 count)

7. Ventilation G.R. Inc. (1 count)

8. Ventilex Inc. (1 count)

and you did note that it took 5 years before the charges were brought forth too..
 Quebec now is Dealing only with one leaking hole of many in a bucket full of holes even Canada wide .. issues of ethics, integrity and just who is calling the shots at ALL city halls, provinces,  and what about the rest of the iceberg too… Ongoing Cover ups -Construction firms colluded to boost prices: report 
Any Abuse of any taxpayers finds should be a criminal offence fully prosecutable by law, and should mean the immediate dismissal of all involved too, after all it is stealing the taxpayer’s money. Police, judges, supervisors  don’t tend to enforce it cause they do the same thing? All Unacceptable  still. The government “moving ahead, with more taxes” is not  the most important thing that the province can do to strengthen the economy and create jobs but rather to seriously plug up the leaking  holes in the taxpayer’s pail of money first.
On the way to visit my mother in the Hospital the last week as I leave or enter the Montreal Subway, metro exit  entrances, I continually encounter too many young people standing there all the time, and many homeless people there begging for money.. the sad reality here is that many of them are also here selling drugs. Obviously The Canadian federal and Quebec Justice Ministers, Solicitor Generals, education, health, manpower resources Ministers don’t care to solve this problem cause it is very clear  that had they realy wanted to they would have done so already too. Since all this too has even been going on for a long time.
Until people start getting fired and criminal charges are laid, these type of under the table deals will continue.  And we wonder why services continue to go down as taxes continue to go up. I say amend the criminal code to include a mandatory 5 year minimum jail sentence and a fine not less than 10 times the money involved, for breach of public trust. This amendment would cover all forms of corruption from conflict of interest to false accounting. By the time the first dozen or so of these crooks have been banged up – the rest won’t find public office so attractive once they know they can’t fleece the taxpayer.
Also all of the  governments should now step in given the justified rising anti-competitive, anti monopoly sentiment nation wide, curbing their monopoly sectors from grabbing, gouging  exorbitant profits from the customers,  and preventing these monopoly sectors from taking advantage of their market position to overcharge consumers.  Encouraging real, valid competition, for example, is the ultimate way of breaking up monopolies. But the government some times instead  sticks to price controls or no controls to tackle the monopoly problem. The governments can deal  with monopolized interests only if it gathers adequate political will.  
Face it basically crime, theft, tax evasions, tax payer’s money abuses are rampant for decades too in CANADA and Canada wide  because the too often pretentious police are firstly are not doing their jobs, they are not only incompetent, but their political masters would not let them do it as well.. the RCMP included now..
Thousands and thousands of the crooked persons still exist in Montreal Quebec just for a start..
Ever notice how the old age homes, or the Hospitals in Montreal now tend to get the same amount of money to feed the sick persons and how  next the quality of food actually now served differs greatly?
In a generally bad, pretentious hospital and I have seen, witnessed, experienced  now in 4 Montreal Hospitals too,  they tend to do a superficial cure, they generally deal with the prevalent symptoms, not the main root medical problems, causes and  so next it is likley the patient continues to return too many times to the hospital because of their sickness..a wasteful, cost full  approach now too.

 Which now reminds  me when was the last time actually that a medical administrator,  doctor, nurse, hospital worker was charged with criminal abuse of a sick person too?



Now  a St Luc Hospital nurse too easily this week quarantined my mother as having a contagious disease in the hospital as a merely hunch, prevention medicine, a bad nurse practicing medicine, being a doctor without a license. So when I personally  next asked the nurse what specific disease my mother  had that  she was caring, curing her for, was it a Novavirus? Next the nurses had  replied that she did not know, and she did not read the charts,  and what was she treating my mother then for? Merely going through the pretentious motions of caring for the patient again and again?   So next  I had asked the visiting Gastritis doctor as to what proof he had that my mother was sick with a contagious disease and  what the disease was called and he next replied to me that was a good question, he needed to look into it for he did not know himself.. The doctor next lifted the quarantine. Wow.. What about getting real medical care.
Now a very elderly sick person  who had attended a local Montreal Hospital St Luc,   off and on for the last 5 years,   was told yesterday she was well enough to return to her old age home. The same old lady told me next firsthand that she did not want to go there because she was abused there, served inadequate food. But her nurse told me it was none of her concern, and the next time any Quebec nurse says they are underpaid I will also have to reply this is not any of my concern.
NEXT  THIS ELDERELY PATIENT’S doctor told me she was aware of the issue and so what did she do!!  Nothing
busted medicare (2)
Now in the last year I not by choice have spent about half of my time sitting, waiting, looking, and listening in many of the Major Montreal Hospitals. I have observed how doctors, nurses, head nurses, orderlies, even the housekeeping personal interact, do work as well. I amongst others at St Luc had even specifically witnessed  a doctor  lie about the quality of his actual medical care for a patient. Furthermore   St Luc  was the only hospital  where I noticed that the nurses seem to systematically, too often,  throw their disposable gloves directly onto the floor  missing the waste bins, and this indicated to me their clear lack of respect for others, and the housekeeping  personal now included. Explains  to me why their patient care lacks a lot too.
Now here is some more of  my own undeniable witness this week too.
1: For the second time this week a Montreal Quebec CHUM St Luc Hospital geriatric 3rd floor nurse approaches an elderly English speaking patient and says next to her, I will be your nurse for today, or this evening, I only speaking in French, for she lies when she says she cannot speak English, and I reply that is unacceptable since the elderly person by Quebec law now has a right to be spoken in the language of her choice which is English. Otherwise I will be contacting the news media, ombudsman, the justice ministers as well, and remarkably the nurse next learns to speak English profusely even in five minutes too.
Two days later next the same circus repeats itself when another new nurse approaches the same  elderly English speaking patient and says to her, I will be your nurse for today, or this evening, I only speaking in French, for she says he cannot speak English, and I again reply that is unacceptable since the person by law now has a right to be spoken in the language of her choice which is English. This nurse still  maintains she cannot speak English. So I rightfully suggest she go and find another job, even a present replacement for herself, and I rightfully request a nurse that can speak English. She next goes and speak to her supervisor and the supervisor next  came with her and when I explained to the supervisor the right of an English speaking patient by Quebec, Federal law to an English speaking nurse the supervisor replies she is not sure about that, I point out to the supervisors that it is now much too late to try to teach an 84 years old patient to speak French and she agrees. So she agrees to be a translator.
Now this type of fiasco had repeated itself in my witness four times already  this year even at the Montreal west Island General Hospital and that is always still unacceptable. Now do contact the Hospitals and make sure it never happens again!
busted medicare (1)
2: Now in the same hospital yesterday afternoon  another 84 year old patient who is receiving a narcotic pain Killer regularly is brought to the Hospital, to the same room where I am present all day, and the patients two daughters are there met by a medical examining doctor. The doctor asks the daughters what they exact form the hospital and they replied the uttermost care possible, insuring in the process that their mother does not experience any pain at all. The doctor replies that he does not fully understand the demands since an infinite amount of medical care is possible. But even to a stupid, dumb person like me supposedly the demand is very reasonable. After further discussion the doctor next agrees to the request. The daughter leave and check into a local hotel. That evening no attempt was made to help the patient to eat any food, the next morning as well, and even the whole day, in fact as I saw firsthand, a nurse even does takes the food for herself, which was a cheese sandwich. When the daughters arrive to see their mother they are horrified to see her suddenly in a totally degenerated state not surprisingly since she has not eaten in 2 days, and no more food or water was even given to her since I was there the next three days at all the meals too. The daughters do in my presence next inquire of the nurse as to what was happening to their mother’s pain killer shots that she was to receive  and the nurse said they had to see the head nurse. The head nursed replied that the doctor had prescribed that the pain killers be given as requested but since the mother can  no longer can talk, is mostly sleeping all the time no pain killers was given. The daughters openly express dismay to me as to the bad, degenerated  state of the medical care in Quebec today. Now what Kind of unacceptable crappy medical treatment of  a sick senior was, is this.
Deal fully, rightfully with the head nurse and the doctor now as well.
Still the police spend most of their time and energy on revenue generating traffic tickets, which are not even the major causes of accidents too.
Public exposure and exemplary prosecution of the guilty serves every one’s best interest, the guilty persons included now.
Our own  Health authorities are continually reminding all of the people about personal hygiene measures like hand washing during THE GASTRITIS AND  flu season.. THE Montreal ST LUC  HOSPITAL HAS THIS WEEK HAD A MAJOR OUTBREAK OF GASTRITIS AMONGST IT’S PATIENTS RESTRICTING THE NUMBER OF VISITORS.
 Hospitals seriously now need to do a much better job here in helping the sick patients..
Gastritis means inflammation of mucus lining of the stomach.

Gastritis is a common medical problem. Up to 10% of people who come to a hospital emergency department with abdominal pain have gastritis and yet most hospitals still tend to respond very poorly to it. Why?


Gastritis is a very troublesome disease and can give rise to many life threatening problems, if it is not treated in time.
There are several causes of gastritis. The most common causes of gastritis are: Aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs, Potassium supplements, Iron tablets, which may explain why many elderly patients have it too. Infections with bacteria, viruses, or fungi can cause gastritis. Worldwide, the most common cause of gastritis is infection with Helicobacter pylori bacteria. Viral or fungal gastritis may develop in people who have had a prolonged illness or an impaired immune system. For some people, a drug allergy or food poisoning can cause gastritis.
Many  of the households who used sodium hydrogen sulphate amogst many other products  could face next  gastritis. Sodium hydrogen sulphate is used In  a variety of food products includes beverages;dressing sauces and fillings. In the processing of meat and poultry, in detergents, swimmin pools too, and  in the metal finishing;cleaning products and also it lowers pH for effective chlorination.
Atrophic gastritis is a form of gastritis found particularly in the elderly, where stomach cells are destroyed, potentially leading to pernicious anemia.The main symptoms of gastritis are loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, headache, and dizziness. There is pain and discomfort in the region of the stomach. Other symptoms are a coated tongue, foul breath, bad taste in the mouth, increased flow of saliva, scanty urination, a general feeling of uneasiness, and mental depression. In more chronic cases, the patient complaints of heartburn and a feeling of fullness in the abdomen, especially after meals. Generally, treatment for gastritis involves antacids and other medications aimed at reducing stomach acid, relieving symptoms, and promoting the healing of the stomach lining, as acid irritates the inflamed tissue.

Helicobacter pylori is a type of bacteria that infects the stomach. Infection with this bacteria may lead to chronic gastritis. Doctors use several different types of method to treat H. Pylori infection. Most use a combination of two antibiotics and a proton pump inhibitor. Sometimes bismuth (Pepto-Bismol) also is added to the mix. The antibiotic helps destroy the bacteria, and the acid blocker or proton pump inhibitor relieves pain and nausea, heals inflammation and may increase the antibiotic’s effectiveness.


1 Although I had seriously suspected my mother had gastritis, EVIDENT due to her major vomiting, LIKELY GIVEN TO HER BY HER CLSC NURSE, so on  December 18,2010  I also had face to face told the head nurse at the Montreal St. Luc hospital that fact. But next it took at least 5 days for the hospital next to confirm it. By that time the disease had spread to the whole Hospital floor. While the doctors were treating one of her symptoms they too easily forgot the others even very apparently because of lack of coordination, communication between the various medical specialists now here involved too which increased her hospital stay period.but EVEN AFTER SHE WAS NO LONGER SICK THEY NOW FALSELY KEPT HER UNDER QUARANTINE FOR DAYS AS WELL.
2 Studies do tend to show that the medical Risks are  higher for weekend, holiday admissions even for gastritis. People get ill 24/7 so hospitals should be adequately staffed 24/7.
“Being admitted to hospital with internal bleeding on a bank holiday pushes up the risk of dying by 41%, researchers have said. Inadequate staff cover and a lack of access to hospital tests means patients are more likely to die than those admitted on normal week days.  Admission on a weekend also increases the risk of death by 13%.

The research, by experts at the University of Swansea, looked at admissions for upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding, which can be caused by a range of conditions including ulcers and gastritis.


It confirms other studies which show a higher chance of dying if a person is admitted to hospital on weekends.


In June, a review found that the death rate among NHS emergency admissions across England increased by 7% at weekends in 2005/06.


Experts said one reason was a lack of consultants and fewer specialist services available at the weekend, including diagnostic tests.


And last week, the Royal College of Physicians warned that patients are being left in the hands of junior doctors because of inadequate consultant cover on weekends.


 Dr Stephen Roberts said: “The higher death rates for weekend and public holiday admissions could not be explained by differences in the patients admitted and may be down to reduced staffing levels or delays in investigative procedures such as endoscopy (an internal examination). It is very clear from our research that further studies are needed to understand why death rates are much higher at weekends and on public holidays than during the week.” 


Gastroenteritis (also known as gastro, gastric flu, tummy bug   and stomach flu, (although unrelated to influenza) is inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, involving both the stomach and the small intestine (see also gastritis and enteritis) and resulting in acute diarrhea or by severe vomiting.. Infectious gastroenteritis which can often be seasonally common even in Hospitals now too may be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites.
And it is important to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections in regard to the treatment as well.. Bacteria, and parasites  can be treated with antibiotics but Viruses do not respond to antibiotics . 
Noroviruses are the leading cause of foodborne disease outbreaks worldwide, and may soon eclipse rotaviruses as the most common cause of severe pediatric gastroenteritis. Norovirus gastroenteritis can cause significant morbidity and mortality among children, the elderly, and the immunocompromised.
Also rotavirus, norovirus, gastritis, gastroenteritis, C-DIFFICILE, ARE ALL VERY QUICKLY SPREAD BUT NOT SO EASILY CURED and what many media fail to report is that both doctors and nurses themselves are too often the biggest carriers.  
More People have to take the responsibility for their own actions and consequences.  That includes all of the doctors, nurses who abuse, neglect their patitents now too.  I have encountered too many pretentious, lazy, no good doctors, nurse too often the last year in fact still in Hospitalss even.

December 19, 2010



Long-term care homes  National Post – Residents of Ontario’s longterm care homes and their family members often fear reprisals, including being banned from facilities, if they complain about conditions or treatment at homes, according to the findings of a sweeping two-year investigation.

Serious problems in long-term care home inspections


Norovirus hits Sask. health facilities – Several health facilities in Saskatchewan, including a Saskatoon hospital, are under quarantine as officials try to stop an outbreak of norovirus.

Virus sees hospital close doors to visitors StarPhoenix

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 10:55 PM
Subject: Wishing you all the best of the seasons, and merry Christmas and a Happy new year for you and all of your loved ones too.
And you did know that many people tend to get more sick around these holidays and often die as well.
Which now reminds me can you please tell me specially the statistics per province, and city, as to the actual number of people who had died in 2010 due to a hospital acquired sickness? Specifically
2: Gastritis- food poisonings
3: VRE
As you do know already I had the very bad, drastic misfortune of visiting three very bad hospitals in the last year, the Montreal West Island General Hospital, The Montreal Verdun Hospital, and the Montreal Royal Victoria Hospital.
As you are undeniably aware the medical personal themselves, the Doctors workers, workers are directly responsible for the majority of hospital acquired sickness acquired by the citizens next and in one hospital triage recently as I saw firsthand too at least 25 percent of the patients were diagnosed with a contagious sickness too.
In fact a Rosemount CLSC nurse was apparently spreading the gastritis virus amongst the very elderly patients she was visiting. 
What I had also now fully failed to realize still was why when I next had the opportunity to visit 4 other Hospitals, the Montreal Hotel Dieux, the Montreal  St Luc Hospital ( I spoke too soon) , the LaSalle Angrignon Hospital, and the Montreal Notre Dame Hospital. I there next could not find one serious item to complain about , for in fact the medical staff were friendly, competent, polite too, very adequate all  in start contrast to what I had seen and had detailed, experienced before with my Father .
These bad  crooks continue confidently to do such immoral acts on seniors cause they know they can get away with it. I will not let them!
PS I would seriously request that you review the by weekly food distribution, Meal on wheels,  given out to the Montreal  Rosemont elderly persons by the Rosemount Social services. I saw it myself, it sold for 4 dollars to the patients, and it was still unhealthy, preposterous too. It consisted of a dried up small meat pie, 2 cookies, a small apple pudding, and 2 small piece of vegetable. It all together costs about a $1.50 to make up and was sold at 4 dollars.. get real!!!! The grocery chain LOBLOW sells a decent frozen  meal even for $ 2.50 and you charged $ 4.00 for junk food!!!




The still too often useless, pretentious police

Police managers as well are too often guilty of Empire building. In decades of my asking the police to do their duty on my behalf too now I have yet to see them do anything good.
Montreal police come up short in crime-busting The city has most cops per population but the force ranks 7th in results How sharp is Montreal Island’s police department at solving crimes? And how responsible is it in spending taxpayers’ money? Fresh evidence sheds troubling light on these questions.  A study published by Statistics Canada  compares Canadian cities’ police forces’ “weighted clearance rates” for crimes. A clearance is cop jargon for formally charging a suspect (or being unable to lay a charge because the suspect cannot be found or has died). StatsCan assigns a weight to each crime according to its severity, so that a murder gets a higher weight than a theft. The study shows that Montreal’s rate in 2009 ranks No. 8 among Canada’s 10 largest cities. Only Vancouver and, in last place, Quebec City, fare worse.  What makes this ranking all the more dismal is the study also shows that Montreal police at the end of 2009 had more officers per 100,000 population than did any other major city. We have the dubious distinction of being manpower champs.

The department’s spending in 2011, according to the agglomeration budget approved yesterday, will be 5.1 per cent higher than last year’s spending. That’s well above the 3.2 per cent rise in inflation that the Conference Board of Canada predicts for the Montreal area in the new year.

And this large increase is part of a trend. Since 2006, the department’s spending has increased by 28 per cent -triple the inflation rate. Spending increase have thus averaged 6.9 per cent a year during this stretch.



Mountie faces 15 criminal charges Vancouver Sun –  A Surrey Mountie has been charged with breach of trust for trafficking marijuana, possession of property obtained by crime and more than a dozen weapons offences.

Mountie faces gun, drug charges The Province

Mountie faces 15 charges Metro Canada – Vancouver

Toronto Sun – – Montreal Gazette –

BC cop charged with assault Toronto Sun


Nanaimo Mountie charged over on-duty assault complaint Nanaimo Daily News

Mountie charged with assault over party call Vancouver Sun – ‎Dec 18, 2010‎A public complaint sparked both Criminal Code and RCMP code of conduct investigations. Crown counsel approved the charge against Veillette, a 39-year-old


Mounties docked pay for sex misconduct Ottawa Citizen. Two Mounties have admitted to disgraceful conduct after it was revealed one was having sex while on duty with an aspiring female recruit and another officer was sending sexually explicit e-mails to a female intern.


After nearly six months, several videos and a showdown between Toronto’s police chief and a provincial watchdog that played out in front of the national media, an officer has been charged with beating a man during the G20 demonstrations. And ultimately, it was a lone policeman who identified Constable Babak Andalib-Goortani as one of the officers alleged to have injured Adam Nobody during his arrest last June, the Special Investigations Unit said. Critics said that Mr. Nobody’s case – one of the most closely-watched probes in the SIU’s 20-year history – showed that the police force is unable to compel its officers to help SIU investigate fellow officers. Now out of 16 officers identified as possibly being in the area during Mr. Nobody’s arrest at Queen’s Park, only one provided the agency with the information it required to lay a charge, prompting fresh questions from the injured man.“What I still don’t understand is how 12 police officers who were around me when I was arrested aren’t able to identify anyone,” Mr. Nobody said. “I hope that something can still be done about this.”


G20 protests: Don’t let charge be end of story..  There is a lesson in the laying of charges Tuesday against only one  police officer in connection with the beating of a G20 protester: we don’t have to acquiesce when the authorities circle the wagons. Many allegations of police misconduct were made following the G20 summit in Toronto last June, where more than 1,000 people were arrested, most of them without charge. But in the immediate aftermath of the summit, officialdom excused and even lauded the police overreaction. Toronto City Council passed a motion commending “the outstanding work” of the police. Then councilor — now mayor — Rob Ford went further and said “our police were too nice.” The Toronto Police Services Board, which is supposed to exercise civilian oversight over the force, issued a press release thanking the police for “the manner in which they conducted themselves.” What happened on the weekend of June 26-27 in our city was not the fault of one police officer — or, for that matter, of one police chief. Plenty of others were involved, including the RCMP (who were in charge of security at the summit), the provincial government (which promulgated the so-called secret law expanding police powers), and Prime Minister Stephen Harper (who reportedly gave marching orders to senior bureaucrats to crack down hard on any protesters who got out of line). Various other small inquiries into the G20 summit are under way. But only a full public inquiry will get the answers we need on how things went so wrong that weekend.–g20-protests-don-t-let-charge-be-end-of-story 


20 armed bandits rob a bank. Later one person is arrested and charged with the offence.  That’s good enough then? If the cops believe that nailing one sinner to the cross will restore public confidence and respect they are indeed as arrogant and stupid as everyone thinks they are. How about firing Police chief Blair? As well as the Ontario Justice Ministers. Now charging police officers and holding them to account when they commit crimes is long overdue. This is only a first step in restoring the public’s faith in our judicial system.  Canada’s international standing has been given a black eye by our police officers.   Read more:


December 9, 2010

actions speak louder over words

Anti-asbestos activists meet Que. minister Group travelled from Asia to protest asbestos mineral’s export
Anti-asbestos activists from Asia make their case to the Quebec government Thursday. (CBC)Anti-asbestos activists from Asia brought their message to Quebec’s minister of economic development Thursday. The group met with ( my  useless  MLA) Clément Gignac, hoping to persuade him not to provide financial support for a Quebec asbestos mine.The Charest government is considering a $58-million loan guarantee to an Indian consortium that wants to reopen the Jeffrey mine near Asbestos Que., north of Sherbrooke. But the Asian delegation is asking the government to do otherwise. “Millions of workers in the developing countries are going to be exposed to the asbestos which is being exported from Canada,” said union activist Anup Srivastava from India. Of 13 original mines there is only one left in operation in Quebec extracting the cancer-causing mineral. Once valued for its heat resistance, flexibility and insulation properties, it is banned in many parts of the world, including the European Union. The delegation from India, Japan, Indonesia and Korea had hoped to meet with Premier Jean Charest, but Charest refused their request. Kathleen Ruff, a human rights adviser at the Rideau Institute, said it’s unacceptable that both Charest and Prime Minister Stephen Harper continue to defend the asbestos industry. “It’s inexcusable on the level of science, and inexcusable on the level of humanity. The only reason is politics, that they want to win the seat where the asbestos mine is located,” she said.
“Harper and Charrest should be charged for exporting asbestos, a hazardous material, to developping countries, blocking its listing at the Rotterdam Convention and wasting taxpayers’ money in shameful propaganda with the Chrysotile Institute. Dear Prime Minister, Dear Premier Charrest, THE SCIENCE is there. There is no safe level of exposure to asbestos to anybody, black, white, big or small, male or female.
If you don’t listen to science, use your integrity and keep it strong. Do not cause harm to anybody on this planet for 500 jobs. We could buy each one of those 500 jobs with the $58 million gift contemplated to be given to the consortium. The poor workers who had been pressured to drop their earning to $14/hr would be more than happy to start local businesses with a a lump sum of $116,000. This would be a very good use of my taxpayer’s money.
All about money – gotta buy those votes! Nobody with money or in a position of power cares one bit about the welfare of people – especially about those who live in poor countries and/or who have brown skin.”
Mr. Charest, please pass the torch? Mr. Charest, please light the torch at least for you  would like us to be in the dark for a much too long  time..  In every politician’s career, there comes the time to throw in the towel.

All of the governments, Canada wide are to blame for perpetuating the health-care mess, our bad health care systems


All of the governments, Canada wide  are to  blame  for perpetuating the health-care mess, our bad health care systems are collapsing under the weight of a medical incompetency and medical mismanagements. Our medicare  care is still broken, broken badly and needs immediate attention . People will still have to wait for needed surgeries.

Even the Alberta Health Services – the super board created in 2008 to run the province’s health-care system – gobbles up billions of dollars, funnels it through layers and layers of managers and administrators, and gives whatever little is left over to caring for patients.

Visit the Montreal West lakeshore General  Hospital penthouse and see the life of luxury the Hospital’s administrators  workers work in.

 Alberta Health Services has finally DECADES TOO LATE TOO upped the number of surgeries performed in the province so the announcement made still only  represents a roughly two per cent bump. A drop in the bucket. “ I wonder if Jack Davis, former chair of the now defunct Calgary health region has to “wait’ for his $250,000 per year pension cheque, all for 6 years of dismal and sub-par performance on behalf of the region. Probably not. Stelmach just doesn’t get it,yes people are upset by the state of Alberta’s health care system, however what is upsetting them even more is the continued and seemingly ever continuing mishandling of the problem. ”The new procedures conducted throughout Alberta will include cancer, heart, knee and cataract surgeries. THE REST OF THE PROVINCES IN CANADA SHOULD ALSO FOLLOW THESE BASICS. Always make sure patients are funded first. Former premier Ralph Klein, after leaving office, admitted his biggest regret during his 14 years as premier was caving to the special interest groups and letting them derail his plans to reform health care. “ “Now convince me that you’re REALLY trying to provide services instead of merely responding to public pressure before another election. “ “ Its absolutely incredible the “new promises” that elected officials can make when in front of the firing squad with their jobs on the line and the sweat just pouring off their eyebrows…….ISN’T IT “ “ The problem here is that most of the 5,000 surgeries have already been announced. “The worst part of all of this is that they think Albertan’s are honestly this dense. It’s great that they think they can buy us off with pocket change ($16.7 Million) while making their friends rich with unproven Carbon Capture money ($2 Billion), friends are hard to come buy, peasants are a dime a dozen.” 


When Premier Ed Stelmach also now  says “there is no crisis in health care” — his legislature mantra last week — he’s speaking against the direct experience of thousands of Albertans.

  Their cold indiffference to the sufferings of others is totally unacceptable.He is just like the other bad premiers, health ministers who only care about their own good welfare and no one else’s! Put them now rightfully all into jail for the criminal abuse of the Citizens, the neglect of their good welfare, health.
Hospital patients are often at least partially immobilized after they undergo a medical procedure. Even a relatively small operation like a minor knee surgery can leave a person bed-ridden for a short time. When a person cannot move around regularly, there is a chance that blood clots will develop in the large veins inside their arms and legs. If these clots break loose and travel through the body, they can end up in the patient’s lungs and cause serious medical complications or death. This is called a pulmonary embolism. Many of the blood clots that people develop while staying in the hospital could easily be prevented.  

Hamilton’s St. Joe’s Hospital  reports 12th C. diff-related death. Another patient with C. difficile at St. Joseph’s hospital has died, bringing the number of deaths during the current outbreak to 12. The total number of C. diff cases rose to 83 late last week — 51 cases in which the infection was acquired at the hospital and 32 who came in with it. The outbreak was declared on Nov. 1 after individual cases of C. diff were noted in October. C. diff is an infection causing severe diarrhea, nausea and painful cramping and can result in serious complications and death. Hospitals normally have about five C. diff cases per month. In 2008, Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington had a large outbreak in which 91 infected patients died.  An outbreak would be declared if there are three hospital-acquired cases in one ward or one unit within seven days, At Hamilton Health Sciences, two of its hospitals, St. Peter’s and the General, have no C. diff cases, said spokesperson Agnes Bongers. Both the Juravinski Hospital and the McMaster University Medical Centre have fewer than five C. diff cases each.–st-joe-s-reports-12th-c-diff-related-death

All C. difficile  outbreaks and related deaths at all hopsitals must be immediately reported…

C. difficile breaks out at B.C. hospital. A previous C. difficile outbreak at the hospital ended last summer, involving a total of 49 hospital acquired cases.In two of those cases, C. difficile was attributed to the death of the patient and in another two cases C. difficile was a contributing factor. All patients had underlying conditions. Housekeeping was a factor in the previous outbreak, but Marshall explained that the current situation has been attributed to a hand hygiene issue.Read more:

B.C. hospital “There once was a time when a person went to a hospital to get the odds of surviving a stay are worse than las vegas betting..meanwhile the health executives are getting bonus’s for saving money. Nanaimo Hospital is filthy. Take a walk down the halls and see the stains, spills, and dust bunnies. The private cleaners are stretched beyond their limits, given more things to do than there are hours in the day, all so VIHA can save money. Health care has gone back 100 years in quality since the Liberals came to power. It’s BC’s “dirty little secret”, but in the end is costing lives.”

so see also

December 7, 2010

Even under the Liberals, Conservatives the big crooks tend to get merely a slap on the wrist


“All of my life I have heard parents, preachers and others say: “Crime does not pay.” They must not have known about the public officials who have stolen from their constituents and then have retired with generous checks from the government. It is extremely difficult to try to convince our children and young people that crime does not pay when many criminals rake in millions of dollars and are then given only a slap on the wrist. No convicted public official should be allowed to receive one penny from the government. In addition, he ought to reimburse the government for every dime he has taken illegally. In fact, he ought to have to repay at least $10 for every dollar he has taken. That might deter some public criminals, that is, if our court system would enforce the law.”

Justice decisions seem to be falsely clouded with political influences at both the federal and provincial levels now too. The above firms  to date wrongfully  face no criminal charges for their wrong doings. and why is that?  Their executives  should also get a jail term of up to 5 years for each charge.
We all can readily know that Double standard justice systems exist wrongfully still in Canada where the rich, powerful, influential or professionals do get now special treatment over the ordinary citizens and this is now always still unacceptable.  
The law and order Conservatives have failed to live up to their own promises here too while they themselves act immorally even by lying…


TI’s Global Corruption Barometer included poll results suggesting that 62 per cent of Canadians believed corruption has increased over the past three years, and almost three-quarters (74 per cent) didn’t think governments were doing enough to crack down.

CP MONTREAL – Two companies linked to Quebec’s construction scandals have pleaded guilty to tax evasion. The Canada Revenue Agency had filed charges against two companies for which Tony Accurso is listed as an administrator: Constructions Louisbourg Ltd. and Simard-Beaudry Construction Inc. Both firms avoided trial today by pleading guilty in a Laval, Que., courtroom. They admitted to improperly claiming $19 million in business expenses between 2003 and 2008, as a result failing to pay $4 million in taxes. But the two companies now owe a total of $8.26 million in fines and back taxes. They are accused of using shady accounting practices, including falsified records and using fake bills.

OTTAWA – The clearly buck passing also, Ostrich Justice Minister Rob Nicholson insists the federal government will not get involved in Quebec’s investigation into Mafia corruption in the construction industry.
Federal Public Safety Minister Vic Toews denies knowing at the time about Ontario’s decision to pass a law giving police heightened powers during the G20 summer summit in Toronto. It comes after the province’s ombudsman, André Marin, tabled a scathing report this week on security decisions at the G20 that he said lead to the “most massive compromise of civil liberties in Canadian history.” Marin’s report also raised questions about the federal role in the security decisions for the G8 and G20 summits in June.But Toews, the minister responsible for the RCMP, insisted the decision to give police special powers at the summit was a provincial matter that had nothing to do with him or his department.”You’re talking about the regulation that the McGuinty government passed? It was sometime after the G8/G20 event,” Toews told reporters Wednesday when asked about when he learned of Ontario’s passing changes to the Public Works Protection Act.” I certainly wasn’t aware of the concerns that were being raised with the bill.”That statement contradicts at least one of the findings of Marin, whose report suggests the RCMP and Toews’s department did know about the Toronto police request to have the controversial regulation passed. he ombudsman said the RCMP and, by extension, Toews’s department, should have known. Marin added that part of the reason why Toronto police turned to the Ontario government was that federal officials were reluctant to use an existing federal law for security. Liberal public safety critic Mark Holland said the federal government is simply refusing to be accountable. “It is absolutely ludicrous they would say they’re not responsible for security when they headed the task force that integrated and co-ordinated all security,” Holland said Wednesday. “On the one hand, they led it all. And on the other hand, they say they have no responsiblity.”  All three opposition parties are now calling for a full public inquiry into summit security, while Holland said attempts by the Commons public safety committee to get to the bottom of the federal role have gone nowhere. 
The Prime Minister is still Canada’s chief Justice Minister.
In spite of the often mere Public relationship news releases do Face it that basically crime, theft, tax evasions, tax payer’s money abuses are still now rampant for decades too in CANADA and Canada wide  even because the too often pretentious civil and public servants, related  police are firstly are not doing their jobs, they are not only incompetent, but indifferent even mainly cause their political masters would not let them do it as well.. the RCMP included now.. Instead the police spend most of their time and energy on revenue generating traffic tickets, which are not even the major causes of accidents too.
 Now what about us ALL  having decent, honest governments rather?

Albertan solicitor general attempts to quash the citizens democratic rights to complain.


December 2, 2010

Civil and public servants, cops who do too often abuse the Citizens tax monies are unacceptable


Follow  the money trail one of the oldest rule of good journalism. That includes the waste and theft of our tax payers monies by any, and all of our civil and public servants, politicians cops, RCMP firstly. But it is clearly visibly the police wrongfully and too often  do not do so even cause they themselves it seems too often do similar bad things  here in Canada too.
Is the federal government expenditures  now realy cost effective? Are they now  good manager of the tax payer’s money?  And what Proof do we have of this? Can one also  really call ex civil servants now as cost effective private consultants, professionals or just more greedy persons escalating the costs? On top of that we have continual revelations in the news as to how abusive the governmental consultants are when it comes to claiming the tax payers money expenditures.
 Financial and personal Accountability is mostly a non existent world here too.. 
And for decades I have been writing that it is always the taxpayers mostly burdened, and the poor people programs firstly falsely cut by spendthrift governments.   
For  decades now I have rightfully writing about, complaining, even cartooning now as well  that the promotion oriented, anxious Civil and  public servants, cops, RCMP, the management included Canada wide in many provinces now too, when faced with high living costs these bad  civil and public servants too often falsely resort to drastic measures to supplant their incomes such as empire building, increasing the number of subordinates to try to justify their getting a raise and/or stealing directly from the citizens
Too many Federal departments,  Provinces, Municipalities are  falsely  increasing their spending above the absolute minimum essential rate. It is not just the professionals, doctors, lawyers, accountants who too often also do pad the bill to supplement their incomes. Now enough is enough.. we always still do need rather proper governments, proper ministers, proper civil and public servants doing their essential jobs in all areas prudently as well. Anywhere I go I can easily encounter the corruptions in business. governments now as well, the cheating, lying, misrepresentations.. and the false  buck passing in the governments civil and public services now too. Who sets the bad example? the MPs firstly do not want to reveal their expense accounts details still too..
 I had already not only stated beforehand that using a federal stimulus program that gives dollars to the Municipalities monies  to spend  was a wasteful and ineffective approach, even under the previous federal governments and most citizens still do think this has not been a effective program. Survey say stimulus cash had little impact and Stimulus cash didn’t create many jobs, budget watchdog concludes .
The Board of Audit’s Special Investigations Division punishes civil servants who cheat and waste the taxes 
 “Canada’s $4-billion infrastructure stimulus program was launched with a single focus in mind: jobs. Now, after surveying those who actually received the federal cash, Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page gives the program poor marks on that goal.”
Too often especially the municipalities themselves now are also addicted to overspending and  it’s always unfair to taxpayers who  do endure tax and fee hikes far exceeding any pay increase and the poor people whose programs, services are cut back to compensate..  yes the taxpayers are paying for the spending increases in more property tax hikes  increases in user fees, taxes..  Sadly much of the spending increases are paying for big wage and benefit increases for municipal employees Read more: 
“Basically, your police, fire and engineering services are the three largest departments for operating and they are all totally dependent on taxation. And I’m not seeing an appetite from anyone to cut back on police, fire or engineering services,” Read more:
Millions Bracing for Cutoff of Unemployment Aid?
They likley are on social welfare now and do not show up in the unemployed section as a result….  Canada’s job market perked up slightly in November, adding a modest 15,200 jobs after a two-month dry period that produced a small net loss. But even though the unemployment rate enjoyed a dramatic drop to 7.6 per cent from 7.9 the previous month, the improvement was more apparent than real. About three-quarters of the decline was caused not by new jobs but by discouraged workers simply exiting the job market -and therefore the unemployment rolls.


Here still  is what I cannot understand about the inadequate federal job creation programs carried out under both the liberal and conservative governments, is the necessity it seems to give most of the stimulus money firstly to the cost inefficient  municipalities, as though they have a direct effect on voters.. Nothing can be farther from the truth for  neither the police themselves, nor the municipalities have a significant vote as to how the citizens will vote on election days. The only group  that can likely have any effect on the voters are citizens. pastors, and priests in fact.
Reality Still! The majority of the taxpayers are not being fooled, rather they are upset at the taxpayer’s money abuses.

The confirmed tax payer’s money abuses, wastes wastes even on the G8,  as the G20 tab comes as no surprise to me even.

2009 Budget of the Canadian Federal Government … Total revenue, C$224.9 billion‡. Total expenditures, C$258.6 billion. Program Spending, C$229.1 billion . Debt payment, C$29.5 billion …. The federal budget included $40 billion in stimulus and $20 billion in personal income tax cuts.[2] even $7.8 billion to build quality housing, stimulate construction and enhance energy efficiency.

In Budget 2007, the Government announced a seven-year, $33 billion plan to fund projects such as roads and highways, public transit, bridges and sewers. Federal funding for infrastructure in 2009 will rise to a record $6 billion–double what it was last year.  Expanding and accelerating the recent historic federal investment in infrastructure with almost $12 billion in new infrastructure stimulus funding for roads, bridges, broadband internet access, electronic health records, laboratories and border crossings across the country. Of this C$12 billion, just under a half is going to upgrading and replacing infrastructure. In 2010 Canada’s FAILED $4-billion infrastructure stimulus program was launched with a single focus in mind: creating jobs.

.The federal government last year spent $8.2 billion, 4 % on professional services, from architects to lawyers to engineers to management consultants. Although professional services account for about one-third of all federal money spent on goods and services, the budget line has been expanding rapidly: up 132 per cent between 1998 and 2010. Federal spending on other suppliers increased 61 per cent during the same period. The federal government has purchased goods from the private sector for ages, but the practice of hiring people to do government work and supply services didn’t really accelerate until the 1980s.

I also now knew as well even beforehand that the police unacceptably would abuse the G8, G20 budgets beforehand and simply why is cause they have always done it, the Police and the RCMP itself are not cost effective. 
With all it’s lying promises, the new federal Conservative government and it’s related civil services are both still unable and falsely even unwilling to to hold any one accountable, starting with the MP’s too,  for the abuse of the taxpayers monies starting with all of the civil and public servants, the police, RCMP and also now the medical workers as wellPeople in leadership office do have to face higher penalties as an example now too.
 What no one seems to want to admit is how politicians tend to not just too often to be  liars but even  bad managers cause they too often seem to  make their short term decision based on their getting corporate donations, and being reelected mostly and not cause they care about the long term  citizens good welfare. It seems even the Provinces now too they managed the health care system expenditures very badly as well.

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.

They are too often still covering up for their own again. Decades and decades later the police are still covering up for their own again and again but the police are not the only bad professionals who do this these days as well, so do the Hospitals, doctors, nurses, civil and public servants, governments… When it comes to dealing with the rightful needs, complaints of the ordinary citizens our Canadian civil and public servants, politicians and their representatives too, and most church pastors now too, they are still mostly unacceptable liars and PRETENDERS, LAZY, GOOD FOR NOTHING PERSONS, and that has been mostly my undeniable experiences the last 4 decades now too.. What should not come as a surprise to anyone in Canada is how many of the cops still do drink and drive drunk next still.. RCMP included, and why so many cops do not prosecute any other drunk drivers even all year.. and what else in the unacceptable perversities?



OTTAWA – Prime Minister Stephen Harper personally approved a $7,400 tab for (Alcoholic) “refreshments” for public servants about three months before his government announced a crackdown on hospitality expenses. Harper’s signature appears on an Aug. 26 approval form asking him to endorse the refreshment expense for a meeting of staff from the Privy Council Office, the prime minister’s own department. The so-called town hall meeting was held the morning of Sept. 13 at the posh Westin Hotel in downtown Ottawa, where a meeting room for the affair cost taxpayers about $5,000 an hour. Town halls for Privy Council Office staff were inaugurated by the Conservatives in 2006 and have rapidly risen in cost over the years from $19,000 to $42,000, the bill for the latest gathering. “Canadians have had to do a significant amount of belt tightening themselves as they’ve gone through these last couple of years, and they expect governments to do the same,” Day said on Nov.  24   Harper is not the first Conservative minister to sign a large hospitality bill for the benefit of public servants. Peter MacKay, then foreign minister, approved a $16,800 hospitality bill on March 2, 2007, to buy lunches for 400 Passport Canada employees doing weekend shifts. . 
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