Jul 202019
 

May 25, 2019   FROM:  Sandra Finley TO:  Govt of Canada,  Impact Assessment Regulations,  Consultation on the proposed Project List Bill C-69 will exempt Small Modular Reactors and other nuclear/uranium reactors from impact assessment.   The elephant in the room is CORRUPTION.   You have to deal with it.   It did not make sense that […]

Jul 202019
 

Proposal?   (Incomplete)    Two pasted together. WHAT:  A series of 15 minute videos, themed around Justice system, Rule of Law. GENERAL MOTIVATION:  We don’t have the Rule of Law.   It isn’t well understood. IMMEDIATE MOTIVATION:   NAFTA Re-negotiation.  INTERNATIONAL LAWS (TRADE DEALS) TO OVER-RIDE NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL LAWS.   Can the series be done with this at beginning? […]

May 312019
 
2019-05-30  Tax Fairness Weekly

Canadians for Tax Fairness does important work.   As you’ll see in this weekly report, the problem of tax fairness is international.   People from around the world are working shoulder-to-shoulder – – we shall overcome. I shake my head when I see progress in other countries;  Canada is lagging.  BUT!  forward the Tax Fairness Weekly […]

May 062019
 

I put myself into a sleepless nite with the following.   High levels of corruption do not bode well for Canadians. Your fault,  sending the Mt Polley, B.C. reminder my way! I had not known that Murray Edwards, principal of CNRL (Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (tarsands)  is also the principal shareholder of Imperial Metals,  owner of […]

Apr 252019
 

RELATED: Democracy: Significance of the Rule of Law  The lengthy article below, “Eclipse and Enlightenment” by Bruce Clark,  speaks to an understanding of “The Rule of Law“.   (Note to self:  put a referral on the above posting.) Clark’s work is in support of First Nations’ rights, and therefore related to: The recent move of First Nations […]

Apr 142019
 
2019-04-12  How a sexual assault victim's lawsuit set a precedent that alarmed the Catholic Church, CBC. The Sunday Edition

Years ago, when I wanted some little grasp of living in a world of addiction,  one that I couldn’t fathom from reading, I deliberately pursued a two-year relationship with a late-stage alcoholic.  Among other lessons was the role of abuse of the child, in its various forms. Subsequently I came across the book “Addicted:  Notes […]

Apr 142019
 

Feel free to copy, paste and edit, for whatever use it might serve. Subject:  April 12, re changes to governance of Dental & Medical professions   Dear  (Host of Program), The interviewee said: There is a shortage of health care workers across Canada.  The accurate statement is: There is an over-supply of sick and damaged […]

Apr 142019
 
2019-04-11  Few SNC-Lavalin rivals have been granted DPAs, contrary to CEO's claims,  Humboldt Journal,  from CP  (DPA same as Remediation Agreement same as Negotiated Settlement.  For Big Corporations)

by  Christopher Reynolds   SNC-Lavalin CEO Neil Bruce is photographed in Toronto on March 20, 2019. Only a handful of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.§s rivals have received deferred prosecution agreements in the past five years, a Canadian Press analysis reveals. The low count appears to contradict remarks by CEO Neil Bruce The Canadian Press last month […]

Mar 252019
 
2019-03-13  Canada’s SNC-Lavalin Affair: The Site C Dam Project and Bulk Water Export, Global Research, Joyce Nelson

In all the press coverage of the “the SNC-Lavalin affair,” not enough attention has been paid to the company’s involvement in Site C – the contentious $11 billion dam being constructed in B.C.’s Peace River valley. The Liberals say that any pressure they put on Jody Wilson-Raybould to rubber-stamp a “deferred prosecution agreement” for SNC-Lavalin […]

Mar 222019
 
2019-03-   Mount Polley mine disaster escapes BC law because of government policy on private prosecutions

West Coast Environmental Law by Erica Stahl, Staff Lawyer February 15, 2018 On January 30th, 2018, the BC government decided to drop the private prosecution launched by Bev Sellars into the Mount Polley disaster. Through her private prosecution, Bev, a grandmother and former chief of the Xat’sull First Nation, gave the provincial government a second […]