Feb 192018
 
2018-02-13   StatsCan says response rate to 2016 census is highest yet, CBC.   The names of those being prosecuted . . .

RELATED:   (2011 census) 2013-10   Lockheed Martin Census: StatsCan math is wrong on non-compliance. It’s 11%, not 2%. Under oath at the trial of Audrey Tobias. GOOD NEWS:    3 months in jail is no longer used to coerce citizens into relinquishing their Charter Right to Privacy of Personal Information.   (But the threat of prosecution is still […]

Feb 192018
 

In response to a panel on The Sunday Edition, CBC Radio, Feb 18,  http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thesundayedition/the-sunday-edition-february-18-2018-1.4538717/how-to-reform-canada-s-jury-system-1.4538728 I sent the following to the participants, and to Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, with minor edits:   RE:  Juries   Arising from your participation in the Sunday Edition exploration of juries. Maybe my words can be helpful in some way.   […]

Feb 172018
 
2018-02-14  Vaccinations:  Over 5,000 elementary school kids suspended in Toronto for out-of-date immunization records.  This, in a province that legislated mandatory vaccinations.

Appended,  a URL list of similar reports (suspensions, or threats to suspend), with thanks to Janet M.  The reports are over “IMMUNIZATION RECORDS“. The term “MANDATORY VACCINATIONS” is uniformly not used in these reports.   (It may be that the wording has been carefully chosen to avoid the controversy.)  We circulated news of the passing of […]

Feb 162018
 

From: Ricken Patel – Avaaz Subject: Red alert: Monsanto coming after Avaaz!   Dear Avaazers, We’ve just been hit with a 168-page court subpoena from Monsanto. We have only days to respond. But it “commands” us to hand over every email, note, or record of anything any Avaaz staffer has ever done or said regarding […]

Feb 162018
 

An important update on the Bilcon NAFTA Chapter 11 case arrived, after I started sending the list below, in an email. I can’t pull back and update what I already sent, alas.    Emailing out a link to a list offers more flexibility! – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]

Feb 162018
 

The article below is about our sovereignty.    There is so much more on the table than money CLOSELY RELATED:  About Summits. Cost, # Police, # Protesters, # Arrests  &  WHY?   Tearing up NAFTA? Please start with Chapter 11  https://ipolitics.ca/2018/02/15/tear-nafta-lets-start-chapter-11/ By Michael Harris. Canada has been sued 41 times under the investment provisions in NAFTA, […]

Feb 132018
 

The G7 Summit is in Charlevoix, Quebec, June 8-9, 2018.  https://g7.gc.ca/en/ Canada tops the list with the Toronto G20 Summit, 2010.  Canadians coughed up $1.1 billion dollars to pay for happenings in Toronto and Huntsville, June 25 to 27. Canadians are so hospitable.   Do you know how much each one of us contributed?   And we’ve […]

Feb 122018
 

I have wondered about the assertions (Kinder Morgan pipeline),  the Provincial Government has no jurisdiction.   The Federal Government decides  ?? :   JASON MACLEAN Contributed to The Globe and Mail Jason MacLean is an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law Mere moments after the B.C. government announced its intention to develop […]

Feb 122018
 
2018-02-11  Sweden tried to drop Assange extradition in 2013, CPS emails show,  The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/feb/11/sweden-tried-to-drop-assange-extradition-in-2013-cps-emails-show    UK prosecutors tried to dissuade Swedish counterparts from dropping the charges, exchange shows Owen Bowcott and Ewen MacAskill Julian Assange on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA Swedish prosecutors attempted to drop extradition proceedings against Julian Assange as early as 2013, according to a confidential exchange of emails […]