Canada’s negative reality is not solely the self serving pretentious government, leaders at the federal, provincial municipal levels but it is till also includes the still much too many bad professionals such as bad Police services and bad medical personnel.
Go to a Hospital and 30 percent of you shall acquire a serious Hospital acquired, sickness, disease leading even to death for may of you too..
It will likely include
1: the shit disease, c-difficile, caused by unwashed hands when you got to the toilet and passed on to others.
2: Food poisonings often disguised by another medical term..
3: Medical errors, including wrong prescription pills..
So demand our paid civil and public servants do a better job of taking care of us..
HOSPITALS OR THE POLICE ARE NOT THE ONLY POORLY MANAGED PLACES.. SO ARE OUR CITY HALLS, PROVINCIAL CORPORATIONS.. The Quebec Charbonneau Commission is putting out a call for public input on stopping corruption in Quebec.
“Well, the first thing that needs to be done is to make the justice system more effective in discouraging corruption. At the moment, most of the key players who were involved in the corruption schemes will probably get away with no punishment or, at worst, a tiny penalty representing a modicum of the amount stolen. The current justice system is sending a clear message that, indeed, it pays to be crooked and corrupt! The law should be, in my view, that those caught, as a given, should be stripped of their assets, including those transferred to spouses and relatives. The guiding criteria should be that the higher the crime the higher the punishment! We have seen in the last few years a number of public inquiries that cost more than the derived benefits. It seems to me that despite all such enquiries, corruption appears to persist unchecked, simply because the law did not prosecute vigorously the main players to the degree to discourage them from further corruption or to discourage others from engaging in such corruptive activities. It is a joke, for example, when a main player in the Federal sponsorship scandal was charged 10 years later, after the fact, when he was in his 80s! The public is not encouraged to do its part, even if it could, unless the public has confidence in the justice system, and based on the latest poll question on this site, the public clearly does not have confidence in the justice system. When it was reported in a well respected magazine that Quebec was the most corrupt province, the public officials at every level denounced the article. The author of the article in question was a French Canadian and member of the public trying do his civic duty to expose something that was not right. So, why should the public be motivated to help, if the system is screwed up at the very core of a society, the justice system? Dominic ” Read more: http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/charbonneau-commission-calls-for-public-input-on-halting-corruption-1.1690144#
FACE IT EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT TO DO BUT THEY ARE TOO LAZY TO DO IT…