The non conformer's Canadian Weblog

September 7, 2012

For all ye Quebec bashers from Ontario too

 

1 Now  a person from Ontario complained to me directly that an insurance for an older car is significantly , significantly much higher, exponentially higher,  in Ontario over that for the same car in Quebec? Now why is that?  is the government of Ontario trying to help Ontario citizens or rip them off?

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2 In regard to our too often 2 tiered justice systems I already know how crooked the police rather are too often even in Ontario, and even the  municipalities now undeniably are as well, both falsely living high on the hog, with their  ridiculous overtime and absurd expense account approvals, plus questionable purchasing practices…  and also their inacceptable abuses of the ordinarily citizens wrongfully, while wrongfully few cops ever get arrested for speeding or drunk driving now too.
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You should also fully deal with that now
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June 1, 2010

Liberal Ontario Government allowed the mismanagement of money again..

 

Senior managers living high on the hog on other people’s money is too common practice still.. TORONTO – Executives at Ontario’s scandal-plagued lottery and gaming corporation racked up millions of dollars in expenses for meetings, hotel rooms and meals — often with no explanation and few or no receipts, the province’s auditor revealed Tuesday. The agency furnished expensive foreign-made cars for its senior ranks, bought season’s tickets to sporting events to woo lottery retailers and held company meetings on boat cruises — all at taxpayers’ expense, auditor general Jim McCarter found. Rank-and-file employees at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. themsrlves  mainly followed the rules, McCarter said. Most of the questionable billing was traced back to senior managers who had more discretion with their expenses. They included leasing a fleet of vehicles for 26 senior employees, most of which were foreign made, between $41,519 to $57,512 each, and giving another 16 executives car allowances of up to $24,000 a year.   Questions remain about why it took so long to tackle dodgy spending at OLG. The agency has been under fire for years over insider wins, botched scratch-and-win tickets, even buying foreign cars as casino prizes at a time when thousands of Ontario auto workers were losing their jobs.  Opposition Leader Tim Hudak called it the latest example of “runaway expenses” at provincial agencies under Premier Dalton McGuinty’s watch   http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100601/national/olg_expenses

and what happened now at Ontario’s  ehealth

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/a-very-sick-ontario-ehealth-scandal/ https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/28/provincial-liberals-no-better-than-the-progressive-conservatives/

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.

BC and the Quebec’s Jean Charest  Liberals too are at a very low in the citizen poll popularity now as well

New poll’s findings signal a wipeout of the governing B.C. Liberals  
Vancouver Sun –  A new Mustel Group poll shows support for the BC Liberals has sunk to a new low of 32 per cent.
 
 
 
 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/05/01/city-hall-managers-adminstrators-guilty-of-tax-evasion/
 
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/02/11/toronto-councillor-adam-giambrone-lies/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/the-pretentious-state-of-justice-even-in-quebec-canada/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/our-politicians-file-excessive-and-unreasonable-claims-canada-wide-now-too/  
 
NOW I HAVE HEARD ALL KIND OF REASONS WHY THE BAD EMPLOYEES WERE, ARE SUPPOSEDLY JUSTIFIED IN NOT DOING THEIR WORK PROPERLY BUT SOME HOW THE EXCUSES ALL APPEAR VOID WHEN COMPARED WITH THE OUTPUT OF THE GOOD WORKERS.
 
 
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
 

TORONTO — Ontario’s health bureaucracy is facing yet another scandal in the wake of more revelations of spending and procurement abuses. In a special report released Wednesday morning, Auditor-General Jim McCarter outlines numerous problems at hospitals and local health integration networks (LHINs), regional funding agencies created by the Liberal government. McCarter points to the questionable hiring of pricey consultants, many of which were sole-sourced and often not required to justify the work they did. The report details a litany of questionable consulting gigs at hospitals, including one, worth $700,000, that was so vague it didn’t even list a detailed description of services needed. Another hospital completely failed to account for a $170,000 consultant contract, and was unable to produce the initial request for proposal, the names and number of firms invited to bid, the bidders’ proposals or any evaluation criteria used to reward the contract. The same firm was retained for another, $430,000 contract. Another hospital paid $8.3 million to one consulting firm for IT services over the past three fiscal years, including $180,000 the firm charges for each consultant it provides. The auditor’s report also details questionable expense claims by hospital consultants. They include one temporary executive who, despite his $275,000 annual salary, also billed the hospital nearly $150,000 for other consultants and administrative support, $14,000 for salary bonuses, foreign exchange fees and a Christmas luncheon, and numerous expensive hotels (including one, in Chicago, where he paid $500 for hotel phone charges) and lavish meals around the world. McCarter also questioned the use of lobbyists by half the 16 hospitals he audited.   “We questioned the appropriateness of using government funds to pay lobbyists to help obtain more government funding.”Health minister Deb Matthews reacted swiftly to the report, announcing legislation that will ban the use of lobbyists and open hospitals to freedom of information legislation by January 1, 2012.  The auditor-general also found “significant” problems with consultant contracts signed by LHINs The revelations contained in Wednesday’s report are reminiscent of those unearthed last December, when Mr. McCarter detailed spending abuses at eHealth Ontario. That agency, created by the Liberal government, was found to have given millions in sole-sourced contracts to high-priced consultants with few controls and little oversight.“I’m not afraid to say that I’m really sorry this has gone on,” said Matthews. “I don’t think this is acceptable. I don’t think we’ve been as accountable as we ought to have been. We owe it to taxpayers to ensure that every dollar they spend on taxes gets the best possible value.” http://www.nationalpost.com/news/Ontario+Auditor+General+slams+hospital+lobbying/3701093/story.html
 
The same bad Liberals never learned to do things right and honestly the first time even.. allow their consultant sins to go on falsely.

 
 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/05/rcmp-officers-faces-impaired-charge/
 http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/05/28/bc-rcmp-officer-assault-charge.html
 http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/07/07/bc-langley-rcmp-imparied-driving.html
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/21/the-mickey-mouse-rcmp-in-canada/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/18/about-time-the-rcmp-reaps-what-is-sowed/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/05/25/canadas-two-tiered-justice-system-opposed/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/16/we-need-full-accountability-transparency-audits/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/03/03/smoking-alcohol-bad-drugs-bad-food-lack-of-exercise-stress/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/14/professionals-what-a-joke/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/no-end-in-sight-to-politicians-abuse-of-tax-payers-money-why/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/07/07/the-pretend-law-and-order-conservatives-are-hypocrites/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/25/we-need-more-red-light-cameras-elsewhere-too/
 

January 14, 2010

Ontario Premier McGuinty supports the bad establishement

 

 

McGuinty is too loyal to Fantino, NDP says Toronto Star –  Premier Dalton McGuinty is rejecting NDP pressure to ask Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino to step down over allegations the veteran cop tried to influence municipal officials regarding the aboriginal occupation of Caledonia.

Activist outmatched in fight with top cop Globe and Mail   I don’t doubt that the Ontario government is embarrassed by the private criminal charge against OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino, and just want it to go away. It is, shall we say, a tad awkward when your top law-enforcement official is facing a charge

McGuinty rejects calls for Fantino to step aside CTV.ca –   TORONTO — Premier Dalton McGuinty is rejecting suggestions he was trying to play down the significance of the criminal allegations against Ontario’s top police officer. Provincial police Commissioner Julian Fantino is facing one count of influencing or

Ontario to appoint Crown to prosecute OPP chief National Post – ‎Jan 12, 2010‎ OPP Chief Julian Fantino is facing a criminal charge of attempting to influence municipal officials as a result of an email he sent in 2007 to a councillor in Haldimand County in Southern Ontario, … The Ontario government is going ahead with plans to

No need for OPP’s Fantino to step aside amid legal tangle, McGuinty says The Canadian Press – ‎Jan 12, 2010‎ CHATHAM, Ont. — There’s no reason why Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino should step aside while the courts probe allegations that he threatened municipal officials, Premier Dalton McGuinty said Tuesday.

• Proceed with Fantino chargeHamilton Spectator – It would be a huge and potentially dangerous mistake if a privately laid charge against OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino does not proceed past a court date tomorrow in Cayuga. That’s not based on any assumption that Fantino is guilty of influencing or

Fantino case before Cayuga court on Friday Hamilton Spectator – ‎Jan 13, 2010‎ A criminal charge laid against Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino will be before a Cayuga court on Friday, but the province’s top cop is not expected to make an appearance. Activist Gary McHale brought the privately laid charge,

Ontario appointing Crown in Fantino prosecution Hamilton Spectator – ‎Jan 12, 2010‎ Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino had not yet received formal notice by end of business yesterday after a summons was issued alleging he illegally influenced elected officials in Haldimand County over the ongoing native dispute in

Ontario’s top cop Fantino facing charges Global Toronto – ‎Jan 11, 2010‎ Ontario Provincial Police commissioner Julian Fantino is facing a charge of attempting to influence municipal officials, an indictable offence, after a justice of the peace yesterday signed a summons requiring the former Toronto police chief to appear

Fantino allegations put over until Feb. 3 – activist says province unwilling to act  The Canadian Press –   A criminal allegation against Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino was put over Friday until next month, a move the activist behind the charge said shows the provincial government is unwilling to act on the accusations.

 

This also offers a Canadian window into the state’s overwrought preoccupation with making money at all costs, disregarding the citizens concerns too. Sadly Like too many political parties it seems the citizens mainly do not count, their views or needs, desires. they only count on election days. I was once talking to deputy Minister Ken Kowalski of Alberta about this as to why and he replied cause in Alberta they do not pay the taxes. But rather the real reason is the too often lack of respect for the all of citizens still by our leaders, civil and public servants most political parties Canada wide.. Police, RCMP’s unacceptable, poor attitudes towards most of the citizens now as well

OPP’s false, bad, Unacceptable two tier Justice System is ongoing

http://caledoniawakeupcall.com/topics/ReportIndex.html

http://caledoniawakeupcall.com/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/01/02/top-cop-called-to-be-accountiable-by-the-courts/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/ex-toronto-police-chief-julian-fantino-is-one-of-those-bad-apples/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/toronto-police-accountability-bulletin-no-50/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/03/now-there-are-good-and-bad-laws-too/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/11/15/provincial-police-commissioner-police-personnel-also-known-to-play-dirty-politics/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/12/and-who-is-paying-for-this/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/10/speeding-is-not-the-major-cause-of-car-accidents-still/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/31/its-about-time/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/08/hidden-municpal-police-taxes/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/03/29/no-such-thing-as-a-little-bit-pregnant/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/28/dirty-rcmp-lays-dirty-again/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/04/up-to-no-good/

http://crux-of-the-matter.com/2010/01/12/full-day-jksk-ontario-liberal-boondoggle/

http://picasaweb.google.com/anonconformer/Thenonconformer#

Cambridge Mayor interest is Collecting more taxes

 

Mayor is interesting in Collecting more taxes and not does not care about the  seniors..

City of Cambridge’s Attack upon Seniors The Mayor, and the City of Cambridge, do not want the poor and the elderly living in secondary housing units, such as basement apartments and granny suites.  He fails to recognize the dire need for such accommodations, especially during this recession, when many families are losing their homes due to job losses, and seniors are on low fixed incomes.     As a senior citizen couple who reside in our own home “in a granny suite”, my wife and I have been told that the stove in our kitchen must be removed.  I visited this mayor face to face in a meeting on April 2/09, and that is what he told me.  Our home is occupied only by blood relatives, my wife and I, and my adult son and his young family.  The fact we are blood relatives means nothing to this mayor, he classifies my wife and I as “illegal tenants”.     We will be forced to cook our meals on the back yard barbecue for the summer, and god help us during next winter.   A Supreme Court ruling on the acceptance of secondary housing units was presented to this mayor, but it means nothing to him.  Many older people from our church, that live in basement or granny suites, in the homes of their adult children, are living in fear that they might be forced to leave their families, if they are caught by the City of Cambridge Enforcement Gestapo.     Aging parents find great comfort and feel secure living in the homes of their adult children.  Their children can provide them with day to day guidance, and it removes the fear of having to enter a nursing home in the future.  Even the daily involvement with the grandchildren results in better mental and physical health for aging grandparents that live with their families, independently, and in a granny suite type of living quarters.  Anyone who objects to this mistreatment of low income earners and elderly people, who desperately need this type of housing accommodation, is encouraged to contact the mayor, and let him know how you feel.  http://caledoniawakeupcall.com/cambridge/Cambridge.html

http://thecambridgeadvocate.com/archives/more-on-the-granny-suite-by-law-caladonia-wake-up-callcity-of-cambridges-attack-upon-seniors/

http://www.taxpayer.com/blog/28-12-2009/tax-discrimination-against-seniors-cambridge 

This also offers a Canadian window into the state’s overwrought preoccupation with making money at all costs, disregarding the citizens concerns too. Sadly Like too many political parties it seems the citizens mainly do not count, their views or needs, desires. they only count on election days. I was once talking to deputy Minister Ken Kowalski of Alberta about this as to why and he replied cause in Alberta they do not pay the taxes. But rather the real reason is the too often lack of respect for the all of citizens still by our leaders, civil and public servants most political parties Canada wide.. Police, RCMP’s unacceptable, poor attitudes towards most of the citizens now as well

OTTAWA – Ottawa-area hospitals are seeing a growing number of sick people   linked to the Norovirus, a highly contagious stomach bug, mostly related to food poisonings, which causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach cramps, and people can carry the virus before they develop symptoms and it can be passed easily to vulnerable Hospital patients. Closing a ward that is affected by the related diarrhea and vomiting is essential to limit the spread of the infection. The hospital-based patients with the symptoms are placed  in isolation, as are  the affected staff, as there is no specific treatment for the infection, so isolation is the only way to prevent it spreading. “Staff affected by diarrhea and vomiting will only return to work once they have been symptom-free for 48 hours. ” The basic only way to prevent it spreading is also to limit the number of people who come into contact with those who have been effected. Additional people who are sick are advised to stay home and avoid visiting crowded places such as schools, hospitals, daycare centres and nursing homes until at least 48 hours after their nausea or vomiting has passed. Hospital visitors are to make sure they wash their hands before and after visiting to prevent it from further spreading .  People have also been advised to avoid bringing young children to the hospital. My personal inspection of a local Montreal hospital  was that too many of the hand wash dispensers available  are empty and are not being refilled ASAP.

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. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/hospital-deaths-account-for-half-of-deaths-annually/

The pretentious hospital chaplains.. While visiting my father in the hospital In one week I next  saw three fly by church Priests come to visits the sick patients in the hospitals, and they  spend a minute or two with them,  and they really, basically did not much good to any of the patients they had visited. One of these clearly visibly useless  priests visiting a sick patient did not even recognize another member of his own congregation in the same room, and of course he did not even know his name. How the church has become an impersonalized show, merely a financial business it seems today.    Now the Doctors are still often asked to cure sick person  patients symptoms  whose original cause they are basically unaware off. A decent, good, chaplain can maybe help in this matter by first even  taking the time to know, listen, hear the patient’s original concerns. 

A very elderly patient  arrived in the Hospital emergency, his first visit to a hospital as well, he now could not walk on one leg cause of the extremely severe pain and so he was hospitalized. While in the hospital he next was visited by 5 different doctors and he now was even given separately 5 different diagnostics as to  what he may have. This is common I have experienced  the same thing myself before too. Doctors tend to relate mainly to heir own experience,  expertise it seems mostly still and  so basically no doctor had told him what they would do next, they decided safely  they would let time and more reviews take it’s course. This all had seemed to have escalated the patient’s pains and concerns.  Next the same patient now developed severe constipation, headaches, even more pain ,dehydration, severe leg cramps  from now lying in a bed all of the week.  I next had listened and talked to the patient for a few days,  and I told him I could see he was also in  stress, personal anxiety.  The patient  next  had admitted that he was in stress when he had been first unable to walk, because at Christmas time unexpectedly his wife was sent to an convalescent home as she had developed the irreversible Alzheimer disease, and now he had next never been alone and  he never had cooked for himself before this. Now he also as a RESULT OF HIS LEG  PAIN he faced himself an uncertain future, possible operation, and transfer to an old age home or convalescent home. After much listening I told him he had now firstly had likely hurt, strained  his back, due to his wife’s unbeneficial stress, which in turn now now affected his leg.  I FIRST HAD SUGGESTED HE TALK WITH HIS DOCTOR AND GET A BACK PAIN MUSCLE RELAXANT TOO  but NEXT  naturally he refused to believe me. I ALSO NEXT HAD suggested he try out a chiropractor  but  he never had gone to one before. I told him the medical doctors approach would achieve the same results but IT would likely take much longer time using pills. But now even none of the hospital pain killers were now even  helping him at all including morphine because the root causes are not being addressed. Few doctors or nurses will tell a patient directly that t  his sickness is in his own  head, or his own doing now too.  The patient  next called his son  by phone, and his son next had agreed to take him in, after he was released from the hospital. His son next also had agreed with me,  that  the father should next go to a chiropractor doctor, that his problem was likely escalated by the unexpected stress he found himself in.

 

January 4, 2010

Drunk drivers in Ontario for a start

 Drink Alcohol and Die « The non conformer’s Canadian Weblog   Drink Alcohol and Die or Kill is fast becoming Canada’s preoccupation, main goal, slogan.. Alcohol and alcoholics the unacceptable main cause of vehicular  accidents, domestic violence, and so many other ills… DRUNK DRIVING  KILLS AT LEAST 5 TIMES MORE PERSONS OVER SPEEDING FIRSTLY  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/02/alcohol/
 In February, SGI’s annual report on traffic accidents in Saskatchewan showed the total number of collisions involving alcohol in 2014 was the lowest it had been in five years. However, the number of fatal accidents involving alcohol didn’t follow that trend, with 17 more people killed in crashes involving alcohol in 2014 than in 2013.

LET US ALL STOP HIRING, ELECTING LIARS OR THE ALCOHOLICS

 
 In Ontario there is a  Jump in Alcohol Related Deaths on Eastern Ontario Roads Monday, January 4, 2010
 
WHEN YOU COMPARE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE KIILED IN ALL CANADIAN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IT IS VERY VERY INSIGNFICANT NOW  in direct comparison  as to how many persons,  about 225,000 Canadian patients a year suffer from hospital-acquired infections that substantially extend their stays, and note this  between 8,000 and 12,000 people in Canada die annually as a result of  infection with common but dangerous infections – C. difficile, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) – The infections   C. difficile, MRSA and VRE – are not airborne, but spread by contact. But still yet the police make a lot of noise about number of   deaths caused by vehicular speeding..why?  It seems the Police would be better used in Hospitals instead.  Yes likely the main reason that Hospital roommates increase the risk of infection is that patients share a washroom. (The mantra in infection control is: One bum per toilet.) Another likely explanation involves inadequate handwashing by patients and health professionals alike; doctors and nurses  sometimes don’t wash their hands between patient visits in a single room. in the meantime, there are things we can do: We should be cleaning our hands, and we should really scrutinize how we clean our hospitals.   http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/private-hospital-rooms-lower-risk-of-c-difficile/article1420448/
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Ex Toronto police chief Julian Fantino is one of those bad apples and we know we do  have too many bad cops  in Canada too.. HE HAD LIED AS TO THE REASONS MANY PEOPLE HAVE CAR ACCIDENTS, HE SAID FALSELY IT WAS SPEEDING AND  HE LEFT OUT ALCOHOL AND WHY? TOO MANY COPS ARE ALCOHOLICS?

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Speeding is not the major cause of car accidents  road rage, impaired driving is, but speeding is a hidden tax, a good, easy money generator

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 THE UNACCEPTABLE CANADIAN FACT OF LIFE, IN THE LAST 50 YEARS I HAVE NEVER HAD THE POLICE, RCMP DO ONE SINGLE HONEST INVESTIGATION, BESIDES THEM RATHER FALSELY  INVESTIGATING ME, HARASSING ME ,CAUSE I TOO DO RIGHTFULLY  COMPLAIN LOUDLY, OPENLY OFTEN ABOUT CANADA’S TOO OFTEN PRETENTIOUS, SELF SERVING POLICE FORCES. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/02/12/the-police-already-tap-my-interent-phone/
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Ontario Provincial Police report a 50 per cent increase in alcohol related deaths on eastern Ontario roads in 2009. Because more people drink alcohol these days too.. 12  people were killed in alcohol related collisions last year, up from eight in 2008.

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OPP Sgt. Kristine Rae says there is no reason for the increase. Rae tells CFRA News residents are aware that drinking and driving is “not acceptable.” and yet alcoholics still like to drive their cars…. so the  laws have to be enforced all year too..

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The OPP does report the number of fatal collisions on eastern Ontario roads have dropped by 28 per cent since 2007  and have all these fatal collisions been caused by drunk drivers too? or by bad drivers, road rage, speeding, cell phone users, icy roads..

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BAD Police Statistics LIKE THIS ARE NOT ONLY USELESS BUT MISLEADING..

Now let the police give us real, valid figures..

– The total number of accidents caused by alcohol had led to how many deaths in Ontario last year?

 – OPP  had  laid   how many impaired driving charges last year.
 
– and how many drivers received a three-day licence suspension and how many drivers were handed administrative licence suspensions for drinking and driving.
 
– The spot checks also resulted in   how many other charges that fell under one of three categories — Liquor Licence Act, Highway Traffic Act and Criminal Code violation.
 
and how many police officers were also now charged fo drunk driving?
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and the main reason the police cannot give us all the real statistics figures on the total number  of the accidents and causes is the lazy, pretentious OPP police have not done detailed accident reports in each accident, but they still took the pay for it?
  
 
 
Here also   is what I also cannot understand, real alcoholics are alcoholics all year and drive all year too impaired.. so why does the OPP police not target drunk drivers all year like they target speeding drivers all year ? 
 
Ontario Provincial Police officers checked more than 1.1 million vehicles in Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) spotchecks across the province during the Christmas season only.
 
 A total of 5,329 charges were laid from Nov. 27 to Jan. 4, 298 being for impaired driving, blowing over, or refusing to provide a breath sample. The balance were for other Criminal Code, Highway Traffic Act or Liquor Licence Act offences.

A total of 709 driving-licence suspensions were issued to motorists who had a blood alcohol concentration in the .05-.08 range.

 During the same period in 2008, 884,729 vehicles were checked. A total of 319 arrests were made for Criminal Code alcohol-related offences.

and the figures for the rest of the year??? are where?

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/09/16/call-it-what-you-want-but-it-is-not-about-safety/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/10/speeding-is-not-the-major-cause-of-car-accidents-still/

It has been a great disappointment to many to find out THAT the provincial Liberals are not any better over the Conservatives

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/torsun/100107/canada/our_highways_to_hell

January 2, 2010

TOP COP CALLED TO BE ACCOUNTIABLE BY THE COURTS

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

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

In September 2008, McHale filed an order of mandamus stating Fantino should be charged under Section 123 (2) of the Criminal Code of Canada, which constitutes “influencing or attempting to influence a municipal official … by means of threats” as an offence. This was in response to an email Fantino sent in April 2007 to Haldimand County Council telling the mayor and councillors not to attend McHale’s rallies.
TORONTO – A summons was issued Friday against Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino on allegations that he illegally influenced elected officials in Caledonia, Ont., the site of a long-running aboriginal occupation.  Activist Gary McHale has been pressing to have Fantino charged after the commissioner sent an email allegedly telling the mayor and councillors in Caledonia not to attend McHale’s rallies. McHale led a number of rallies to protest what he called two-tier justice in the policing of the land occupation in the town south of Hamilton.  The Ministry of the Attorney General confirmed a justice of the peace “issued process” against Fantino on one count of influencing or attempting to influence municipal officials. Issuing process was a legal step required before the charges could be officially laid and court dates set.  “I’ve been advised by the Ministry of the Attorney General that a process was issued late this afternoon by a justice of the peace,” Insp. Dave Ross, a provincial police spokesman, said Friday evening. “At this particular time we haven’t seen the process nor has the commissioner been served with any process.”  The ministry said it had sent a letter to McHale, but refused to release the contents.  However, McHale sent the media copies of the letter, signed by lawyer Ken Campbell on behalf of Attorney General Chris Bentley, which said the Crown will move immediately and assume prosecution of the case.  It also assures McHale a special prosecutor will be assigned from the Justice Prosecutions Unit, which was set up to handle cases involving police or other justice officials and is made up of senior Crown counsels with extensive experience in criminal cases.  Ministry spokesman Brendan Crawley said when a private prosecution involves an indictable offence the Crown must intervene and assume the prosecution.  McHale said Friday he was informed by the court in Cayuga, Ont., that a judge signed a summons on the criminal charge of influencing or attempting to influence municipal officials.  Influencing or attempting to influence a municipal official in municipal activities is an offence under the Criminal Code and carries up to a five-year prison term if convicted.  In an email to The Canadian Press, McHale said Fantino is summoned to appear before criminal court in Cayuga on Feb. 3 at 10 a.m.  An Ontario Superior Court justice ruled last week that Fantino must face allegations brought forward by McHale.  A justice of the peace who heard McHale’s complaint refused to issue a summons or warrant for Fantino but Superior Court Justice David Crane ordered the justice to issue the order.  The case is not the first time Fantino and McHale have squared off in court.  McHale faces charges of counselling mischief not committed and Fantino testified during a preliminary hearing earlier this year that he told subordinates he would have gladly arrested McHale himself for inciting civil unrest in Caledonia.  McHale is representing himself in that case as well and questioned Fantino on the witness stand.  During one exchange Fantino told McHale that his repeated visits to Caledonia, already tense over the lengthy aboriginal occupation, dangerously inflamed the situation.  The commissioner called McHale a “lightning rod to the conflict” during his testimony and added police saved McHale from “grievous bodily harm numerous times.”  http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100108/national/fantino_mchale_charges
 
 
Fantino says he’ll defend himself against illegal influence allegation The Canadian Press –  TORONTO – Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino says he intends to strongly defend himself against an allegation that he illegally influenced elected officials in Caledonia, Ont., the site of a long-running aboriginal occupation. “I intend to vigorously defend myself and the OPP against this allegation and have the utmost confidence in the judicial system,” Fantino said in a statement Saturday. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100109/national/fantino_mchale_charges
 
AND IS HE GOING  TO WASTE MORE TAXPAYER’S MONEY FOR THIS NOW TOO? fire  him now, it is cheaper and better
 
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/ex-toronto-police-chief-julian-fantino-is-one-of-those-bad-apples/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/11/15/provincial-police-commissioner-police-personnel-also-known-to-play-dirty-politics/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/10/speeding-is-not-the-major-cause-of-car-accidents-still/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/12/22/cops-lie-too/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/09/16/call-it-what-you-want-but-it-is-not-about-safety/
http://thenonconformer.multiply.com/journal/item/1/No_cop_is_above_the_law
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/31/its-about-time/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/08/hidden-municpal-police-taxes/
 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/03/29/no-such-thing-as-a-little-bit-pregnant/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/28/dirty-rcmp-lays-dirty-again/
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/01/04/up-to-no-good/
 
Now about 225,000 Canadian patients a year suffer from hospital-acquired infections that substantially extend their stays, and between 8,000 and 12,000 people die annually as a result of  infection with common but dangerous infections – C. difficile, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) – The infections   C. difficile, MRSA and VRE – are not airborne, but spread by contact. yet the police make a lot of noise about number of   deaths caused by vehicular speeding.. It seems the Police would be better used in Hospitals instead.  
 
Yes likely the main reason that Hospital roommates increase the risk of infection is that patients share a washroom. (The mantra in infection control is: One bum per toilet.) Another likely explanation involves inadequate handwashing by patients and health professionals alike; doctors and nurses sometimes don’t wash their hands between patient visits in a single room. in the meantime, there are things we can do: We should be cleaning our hands, and we should really scrutinize how we clean our hospitals.   http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/private-hospital-rooms-lower-risk-of-c-difficile/article1420448/
  
PRIVATE PROSECUTIONS ARE NOW ALSO BEING CONSIDERED FOR HOSPITALS, HOSPITAL MANAGERS, DOCTORS AND MEDICAL STAFF WHERE PATIENTS HAVE DIED IN HOSPITALS DUE TO THE HOSPITAL’S POOR NEGLECT, BAD MEDICAL PRACTICES.  
 
In 1982 I drove to Edmonton Alberta and sat directly in the Albertan Minister of Economic Development, and the Albertan Minister of Manpower, Career development, and I had asked them face to face what they were doing specially to diversify Alberta’s economy and to help to create more  jobs for Albertans.. but these useless twits still did did nothing, and they both lost their reelections, and their workers too had  let the party caucus decide what to do and so today  Alberta is in a real big big mess today.. with home prices a dropping,  home sales are going doing, many many people getting laid off, and their Alberta  government revenue is going down fast too. Alberta is in a big mess these days still too.. The Albertan politicians, leaders now  were another bunch of know it all who did not want to listen to any one else.. and such History repeats itself.  
 
Now what are we all now really doing about many people dying in all Hospitals unnecessarily these days too? Actions speak louder over mere words
 
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/hospital-deaths-account-for-half-of-deaths-annually/
 
 
 

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

 

January 1, 2010

Fed up? do something good about it.

 


People are asking what they can do to counter the much too much taxpayer’s money abuses, theft, or the too many bad cops,  injustice in the courts, customer abuses, misleading advertisements by big corporations  . Openly write on the net as well, write letters to editors, and today do write letters to the elected officials. Demand now fully instead that  the government deal with your concerns.. . Vent your outrage at your local  elected officials.  –  https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/10/17/there-is-no-new-thing-under-the-sun/

 

 

 No one really likes bad publicity, especially the political parties and politicians.. so do let them have it. Public exposure and  shame seems to be a common incentive for many of our elected officials to do their paid task, jobs.. Use your right of free spech now, today, fully as well. I do!

Emails elected officials

Note there is likely a 100 email names restrictions at any one time..
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Government of Quebec emails legislative members  http://www.assnat.qc.ca/en/deputes/index.html

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Government of Ontario emails legislative members http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/members/member_addresses.do?locale=en
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Government of New Brunswick  emails legislative members  http://www1.gnb.ca/legis/bios1/index-e.asp
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Government of Nova scotia emails legislative members  http://nslegislature.ca/index.php/people/members/

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Government of PEI emails legislative members  http://assembly.pe.ca/index.php3?number=1024555&lang=E

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Government of Labrador Newfoundland  emails legislative members http://www.assembly.nl.ca/members/cms/membersalpha.htm
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Government of Saskatchewan emails legislative members http://www.legassembly.sk.ca/mlas/

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 Government of Manitoba emails legislative members list       http://www.gov.mb.ca/legislature/members/cabinet.html 
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Government of BC emails legislative members list                 

http://www.leg.bc.ca/mla/3-1-7.htm

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Government of Yukon  emails legislative members list    http://www.legassembly.gov.yk.ca/contact.html

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Government of Northwest Territories emails legislative members list   http://www.assembly.gov.nt.ca/_live/pages/wpPages/members16thassembly.aspx
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Albertan MLA’s  

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see also

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/hospital-deaths-account-for-half-of-deaths-annually/

http://picasaweb.google.com/anonconformer/Thenonconformer#

Fed up? do something good about it. III

 

People are asking what they can do to counter the much too much taxpayer’s money abuses, theft, or the too many bad cops,  injustice in the courts, customer abuses, misleading advertisements by big corporations  . Openly write on the net as well, write letters to editors, and today do write letters to the elected officials. Demand now fully instead that  the government deal with your concerns.. . Vent your outrage at your local  elected officials.  –  

Maritmes Emails

New Brunswick

 

Nova Scotia
 
keithbainmla@ns.sympatico.ca, min_env@gov.ns.ca, birdsapd@gov.ns.ca, boudreje@gov.ns.ca, garyburrill@ns.sympatico.ca, caseykl@gov.ns.ca, mlaclarke@ns.sympatico.ca, colwelkw@gov.ns.ca, vconrad@ns.aliantzinc.ca, frankmla@ns.sympatico.ca, info@chrisdentremont.com, ddexter@ns.sympatico.ca, hepstein@ns.aliantzinc.ca, billestabrooks@navnet.net, gaudetw@gov.ns.ca, glavinla@gov.ns.ca, gordiegosse@ns.aliantzinc.ca, rhurlburt@ns.aliantzinc.ca, ramonajennexmla@bellaliant.com, kentbj@gov.ns.ca, pictoucentremla@rosslandry.ca, macdonman@gov.ns.ca, mmacdonald@navnet.net, john.macdonell@ns.sympatico.ca, clarriemla@ns.aliantzinc.ca, macleoaw@gov.ns.ca, pcmlas@gov.ns.ca, stephenmcneil@ns.aliantzinc.ca, marilynmoremla@ns.aliantzinc.capercy@percyparis.ca, parkerch@gov.ns.ca, petersdj@gov.ns.ca, chuck@chuckporter.ca, prestsw@gov.ns.ca, preyra@eastlink.ca, rameygw@gov.ns.ca, mhraymondmla@eastlink.ca, regankm@gov.ns.ca, samsonmp@gov.ns.ca, murrayscottmla@eastlink.ca, office@brianskabarmla.ca<office@brianskabarmla.ca>;, ndpcaucus@gov.ns.ca, graham@grahamsteele.ca, theriahe@gov.ns.ca, whalendc@gov.ns.ca, mat.mla@ns.sympatico.ca, dave@davidawilsonmla.ca, wilsond@gov.ns.ca, info@andrewyounger.ca, zannle@gov.ns.ca, jimmorton@kingsnorthmla.ca; tzinck@ns.aliantzinc.ca
 
Newfoundland and Labrador
 
daisyparsons@gov.nl.ca;
PercyBarrett@gov.nl.ca;
Joanburke@gov.nl.ca;
leginfo@assembly.nu.ca;
EByrne@gov.nl.ca;
JackByrne@gov.nl.ca;
davedenine@gov.nl.ca;
KathyDunderdale@gov.nl.ca;
RFitzgerald@gov.nl.ca;
judyfoote@gov.nl.ca;
ClaytonForsey@gov.nl.ca;
Terryfrench@gov.nl.ca;
kathygoudie@gov.nl.ca;
HarryHarding@gov.nl.ca;
THedderson@gov.nl.ca;
JHickey@gov.nl.ca;
HHodder@gov.nl.ca;
jimhodder@gov.nl.ca;
RHunter@gov.nl.ca;
clydejackman@gov.nl.ca;
CharleneJohnson@gov.nl.ca;
yvonnejones@gov.nl.ca;
OLangdon@gov.nl.ca;
BethMarshall@gov.nl.ca;
tommarshall@gov.nl.ca;
Kevinoien@gov.nl.ca;
TOsborne@gov.nl.ca;
sosborne@gov.nl.ca;
JOttenheimer@gov.nl.ca;
kparsons@gov.nl.ca;
GerryReid@gov.nl.ca;
hynesa@gov.nl.ca;
Boidgley@gov.nl.ca;
PShelley@gov.nl.ca;
ShawnSkinner@gov.nl.ca;
lsullivan@gov.nl.ca;
trevortaylor@gov.nl.ca;
leginfo@assembly.nu.ca;
annathistle@gov.nl.ca;
dianne.whalen@gov.nl.ca;
DannyWilliams@gov.nl.ca;
rosswiseman@gov.nl.ca;
WallyYoung@gov.nl.ca;

 

Fed up? do something good about it. II

 

People are asking what they can do to counter the much too much taxpayer’s money abuses, theft, or the too many bad cops,  injustice in the courts, customer abuses, misleading advertisements by big corporations  . Openly write on the net as well, write letters to editors, and today do write letters to the elected officials. Demand now fully instead that  the government deal with your concerns.. . Vent your outrage at your local  elected officials.  –  

Ontario MPP/MP Email

 Ontario MPP email addresses:

dmcguinty.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
gsmitherman.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
saggelonitis.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lalbanese.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
ted.arnott@pc.ola.org,
warthurs.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bob.bailey@pc.ola.org,
bbalkissoon.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
toby.barrett@pc.ola.org,
rbartolucci.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
cbentley.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lberardinetti.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
mbest.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
gbisson@ndp.on.ca,
jbradley.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lbroten.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mbrown.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jbrownell.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
info@edt.gov.on.ca,
mbryant.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
dcansfield.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
dcaplan.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
acarroll.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mchan.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
ted.chudleigh@pc.ola.org,
kcraitor.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bcrozier.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bdelaney.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
vdhillon.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
dinovoc-qp@ndp.on.ca,
jdickson.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
ldombrowsky.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bduguid.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
dduncan.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
garfield.dunlop@pc.ola.org,
christine.elliott@pc.ola.org,
kflynn.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
pfonseca.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jgerretsen.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mgravelle.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
fgelinas-qp@ndp.on.ca,
hhampton-qp@ndp.on.ca,
hhkenora@kmts.ca,
ernie.hardeman@pc.ola.org,
randy.hillier@pc.ola.org,
ahorwath-qp@ndp.on.ca,
phoy.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
tim.hudak@pc.ola.org,
hjaczek.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
ljeffrey.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
rjohnson.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
sylvia.jones@pc.ola.org,
 
frank.klees@pc.ola.org,
pkormos-qp@ndp.on.ca,
kkular.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mkwinter.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jmlalonde.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jleal.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
dlevac.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lisa.macleod@pc.ola.org,
amangat.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
rmarchese-co@ndp.on.ca,
gerry.martiniuk@pc.ola.org,
dmatthews.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bmauro.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bmauro.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
tmcmeekin.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
pmcneely.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mmeilleur.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
ofa@ofa.gov.on.ca,
pmiller-qp@ndp.on.ca,
jmilloy.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
cmitchell.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
rmoridi.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
julia.munro@pc.ola.org,
bill.murdoch@ontla.ola.org,
ynaqvi.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
john.otoole@pc.ola.org,
dorazietti.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jerry.ouellette@pc.ola.org,
lpendergast.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
speters.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
gphillips.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mprue-qp@ndp.on.ca,
spupatello.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
sqaadri.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
kramal.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
dramsay.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lrinaldi.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
bob.runciman@pc.ola.org,
truprecht.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
lsandals.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
joyce.savoline@pc.ola.org,
msergio.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
peter.shurman@pc.ola.org,
msmith.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
gsorbara.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
csousa.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
norm.sterling@pc.ola.org,
tabunsp-co@ndp.on.ca,
htakhar.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
mvanbommel.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jwatson.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
jwilkinson.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org,
jim.wilson@pc.ola.org,
elizabeth.witmer@pc.ola.org,
kwynne.mpp@liberal.ola.org,
john.yakabuski@pc.ola.org,
dzimmer.mpp@liberal.ola.org,

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Ontario Federal MP email addresses:

Albrecht.H@parl.gc.ca,
Allen.Ma@parl.gc.ca,
Angus.C@parl.gc.ca,
Bains.N@parl.gc.ca,
Baird.J@parl.gc.ca,
Belanger.M@parl.gc.ca,
Bennett.C@parl.gc.ca,
Bevilacqua.M@parl.gc.ca,
Braid.P@parl.gc.ca,
Brown.G@parl.gc.ca,
Brown.L@parl.gc.ca,
Calandra.P@parl.gc.ca,
Cannis.J@parl.gc.ca,
Carrie.C@parl.gc.ca,
Charlton.C@parl.gc.ca,
Chong.M@parl.gc.ca,
Chow.O@parl.gc.ca,
Christopherson.D@parl.gc.ca,
Clement.T@parl.gc.ca,
Comartin.J@parl.gc.ca,
Crombie.B@parl.gc.ca,
Davidson.P@parl.gc.ca,
DelMastro.D@parl.gc.ca,
Devolin.B@parl.gc.ca,
Dewar.P@parl.gc.ca,
Dhalla.R@parl.gc.ca,
Dryden.K@parl.gc.ca,
Duncan.K@parl.gc.ca,
Dykstra.R@parl.gc.ca,
Finley.D@parl.gc.ca,
Flaherty.J@parl.gc.ca,
Galipeau.R@parl.gc.ca,
Gallant.C@parl.gc.ca,
Goodyear.G@parl.gc.ca,
Gourde.J@parl.gc.ca,
Gravelle.C@parl.gc.ca,
Guergis.H@parl.gc.ca,
HallFindlay.M@parl.gc.ca,
Holder.E@parl.gc.ca,
Holland.M@parl.gc.ca,
Hughes.C@parl.gc.ca,
Hyer.B@parl.gc.ca,
Ignatieff.M@parl.gc.ca,
Kania.A@parl.gc.ca,
Karygiannis.J@parl.gc.ca,
Kennedy.G@parl.gc.ca,
Kent.P@parl.gc.ca,
Lauzon.G@parl.gc.ca,
Layton.J@parl.gc.ca,
Lee.D@parl.gc.ca,
Lemieux.P@parl.gc.ca,
MacKenzie.D@parl.gc.ca,
Malhi.G@parl.gc.ca,
Marston.W@parl.gc.ca,
Martin.T@parl.gc.ca,
Masse.B@parl.gc.ca,
Mathyssen.I@parl.gc.ca,
McCallum.J@parl.gc.ca,
McColeman.P@parl.gc.ca,
McGuinty.D@parl.gc,
Moore.J@parl.gc.ca,
McKay.J@parl.gc.ca,
McTeague.D@parl.gc.ca,
Miller.L@parl.gc.ca,
Milliken.P@parl.gc.ca,
Minna.M@parl.gc.ca,
Nicholson.R@parl.gc.ca,
OConnor.G@parl.gc.ca,
Oda.B@parl.gc.ca,
Oliphant.R@parl.gc.ca,
Pearson.G@parl.gc.ca,
Poilievre.P@parl.gc.ca,
Preston.J@parl.gc.ca,
Rae.B@parl.gc.ca,
Rafferty.J@parl.gc.ca,
Raitt.L@parl.gc.ca,
Ratansi.Y@parl.gc.ca,
Reid.S@parl.gc.ca,
Rickford.G@parl.gc.ca,
Rota.A@parl.gc.ca,
Schellenberger.G@parl.gc.ca,
Sgro.J@parl.gc.ca,
Shipley.B@parl.gc.ca,
Silva.M@parl.gc.ca,
Simson.M@parl.gc.ca,
Stanton.B@parl.gc.ca,
Sweet.D@parl.gc.ca,
Szabo.P@parl.gc.ca,
Thibeault.G@parl.gc.ca,
Tilson.D@parl.gc.ca,
Tonks.A@parl.gc.ca,
Valeriote.F@parl.gc.ca,
VanKesteren.D@parl.gc.ca,
VanLoan.P@parl.gc.ca,
Volpe.J@parl.gc.ca,
Wallace.M@parl.gc.ca,
Watson.J@parl.gc.ca,
Wilfert.B@parl.gc.ca,
Woodworth.S@parl.gc.ca,
Wrzesnewskyj.B@parl.gc.ca,
Young.T@parl.gc.ca,

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MP email addresses of All  Federal MPs

Harper.S@parl.gc.ca,

Aglukkaq.L@parl.gc.ca,
lebrem@sen.parl.gc.ca,
Abbott.J@parl.gc.ca,
Albrecht.H@parl.gc.ca,
Allen.Ma@parl.gc.ca,
Allen.M@parl.gc.ca,
Allison.D@parl.gc.ca,
Ambrose.R@parl.gc.ca,
Anders.R@parl.gc.ca,
Anderson.Da@parl.gc.ca,
Andre.G@parl.gc.ca,
Andrews.S@parl.gc.ca,
Angus.C@parl.gc.ca,
Arthur.A@parl.gc.ca,
Ashfield.K@parl.gc.ca,
Ashton.N@parl.gc.ca,
Asselin.G@parl.gc.ca,
Atamanenko.A@parl.gc.ca,
Bachand.C@parl.gc.ca,
Bagnell.L@parl.gc.ca,
Bains.N@parl.gc.ca,
Baird.J@parl.gc.ca,
Beaudin.J@parl.gc.ca,
Belanger.M@parl.gc.ca,
Bellavance.A@parl.gc.ca,
Bennett.C@parl.gc.ca,
Benoit.L@parl.gc.ca,
Bernier.M@parl.gc.ca,
Bevilacqua.M@parl.gc.ca,
Bevington.D@parl.gc.ca,
Bezan.J@parl.gc.ca,
Bigras.B@parl.gc.ca,
Black.D@parl.gc.ca,
Blackburn.J@parl.gc.ca,
Blais.R@parl.gc.ca,
Blaney.S@parl.gc.ca,
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