Canadian Poltical cartoons

 

My favorite ones

SEE ALSO  https://postedat.wordpress.com/2009/12/14/not-so-funny-cartoons-2/

https://postedat.wordpress.com/2009/12/14/not-so-funny-cartoons/ 

https://postedat.wordpress.com/2009/02/19/canada-political-cartoons/

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

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he will to do the public’s business in a transparent and accountable way, as he rode to power in 2006 on a wave of promises to govern differently from the entitlement-minded Liberals who’d worn out their welcome with Canadians over the ad scam fiasco but what happened next? But with Mr. Harper’s second-term Conservative government going even further than its predecessors to erect an opaque barrier between itself and citizens employing  a “communications stranglehold” on the bureaucracy clearly to suppress accountability and transparency rather. It’s no wonder that groups that range from the Canadian Newspaper Association to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation to the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association take now serious issue with Harper and his cronies.  Opposition parties  rightfully now also accuse the Conservatives of spending more time and money on partisan stimulus advertising than informing Canadians about H1N1 or ensuring a smooth, adequate vaccine supply. Awkward as well as revealing is the fact that the federal payroll is growing many times faster than inflation to try to compensate for the clearly inadequate, pretentious civil and public servants now as well. Following a decade-long unacceptable  trend, the number of public employees grew even under the Conservatives last year by 4.5 per cent, or about 9,000 jobs. But it’s still also unacceptably evident too that  this Conservative government and civil servants weren’t properly prepared for the fore known H1N1 flu even. Still upset to the recent flack around Conservative MPs affixing the party logo to oversized government cheques for photo ops, many taxpayers are taking issue with Conservatives continuing unnecessary mail-out flyers too. All a clear indications of a rather really bad Conservative management. Not what we had been let to believe we would have now instead. The Conservative reality stinks. In the industry survey is showing the jobs are still being lost in Canada.  In the last month reporter, the industry data suggests that companies shed 110,000 jobs in August, a month when the labour force survey told Canadians 27,000 jobs were created

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We still seem to elect too many liars, abusers, alcoholics and why

 

Don’t drink and walk, doctor urges  Metro Canada – Toronto –  Alcohol impairs many of the faculties that normally keep you safe, says trauma surgeon Dr. Thomas Esposito at Loyola University in Chicago. So do the bad drugs now too..

We seem to elect liars, abusers  moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca, alcoholics, thieves, and why cause honest people tend to be bullied, run over it seems..  Two  thirds of Canadians are even still not satisfied with the performance of their prime minister, according to a poll by Angus Reid Strategies 

        0.HARPER. THEFT

Now it is undeniable that Canada’s supposed law and order party that has been in power for a few years, has had time to find money and jobs for thousands of their friends., that has been electing judges to suit their own tastes as well, has been falsely spending taxpayer’s money, using governmental resources to promote their own reelection and also to promote the the new Conservative party, this same party and it’s leader Prime Mister Stephen Harper, it’s justice ministers have absolutely failed to deal adequately with the much too many bad, abusive cops, RCMP we still do now have in Canada and why was that now? Application of governmental Accountability is only an election gimmick? http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/b-c-solicitor-general-named-in-lawsuit/

 0.FDERAL.CONSERVATIVES

Here I what also rightfully bothers me, it is an undeniable fact now  that too many Politicians in Canada, both Members of the provincial legislatures, and members of parliament, do lie, they make false claims that they the servants of the people, they thus are mainly looking after the needs, concerns of the citizens of Canada  but mainly instead wrongfully do now use tax payer’s money, do use governmental resources and personnel  to distribute  unsolicited material to others to promote firstly their own re-ELECTION and TO PROMOTE  their own political party as we clearly all have seen the New Conservative Ministers wrongfully also now doing OFTEN NOW as well. 
     
Liberal MPs rightfully also do  want to crack down on politically tainted government advertising in Ottawa.  The Conservative  federal government has recently spent at least $34 million of taxpayers’ money promoting the “Economic Action Plan,” which was their banner on the Jan. 27 budget that contained a two-year, $35 billion effort to stave off the recession. The budget itself was short on real details, more importantly even viable projects now too.. The Liberals and many others now are Outraged at what they say is blatant use of taxpayers’ money to promote the Conservative cause, something the Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper when he was in opposition hypocritically had lied and said he himself would ever do as well. The often lying, doubled standard approach of Harper now too many times also   is itself a valid objection that needs to be also dealt with. Legislation now  already passed in Ontario in 2004 requires the provincial auditor general to vet every taxpayer-funded promotional spot to weed out politically loaded messages and a similar reinforced legislation is need in Ottawa now as well. To be allowed in Ontario, ads bought with taxpayers’ cash must inform the public about government policies or services, must not be partisan and must not be mainly aimed at fostering “a positive impression of the governing party.”  In Ottawa, Liberal and New Democrat MPs have charged that the government’s economic action plan ads are designed to promote the Conservative brand, elicit positive responses toward the government’s policies and even whip up public opposition to efforts to toppling Harper’s minority regime.   The Liberals also  have asked Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson to investigate the ads, and say they will also ask Auditor General Sheila Fraser to determine whether the ads are an appropriate use of taxpayer money. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/719097–ontario-has-ill-will-for-feel-good-ads
 
 
I HAVE ALSO CLEARLY WRITTEN TO THE LAST FEDERAL CABINET MINISTER THAT I NO LONGER RIGHTFULLY BELIEVE ANYTHING A FEDERAL CABINET MINISTER SAYS AND WRITES, FOR TO ME REAL ACTIONS WILL SPEAK LOUDER OVER WORDS..
 
 
0PM.STEPHEN.HARPER
 
Now on top of that some perverse politician would dare write back  to me and ask me not to write my concerns to him any more? Unbelievable and unacceptable!
 
National Post to close if court nixes transfer.. Conservative party just lost their free media outlet… As the saying goes, “good riddance to bad rubbish.” This Tory rag isn’t worth the ink. I wouldn’t wrap fish in it. Most people don’t buy it since most people don’t favour right wing politics.   Let it die. Best for everyone.  And for Canada.  No loss. The National Post has always been a poor second choice to the Globe and Mail anyway. The difference in journalism between the two is astounding. If only we could get the various “SUN” papers throughout the country to go under as well …  http://www.cbc.ca/money/story/2009/10/29/canwest-national-post-friday.html?ref=rss&loomia_si=t0:a16:g4:r1:c0:b28598115
 

Canwest says it must shift National Post to holding company, or shut it down   TORONTO – Restructuring media giant Canwest Global Communications says it will be forced to shut down the unprofitable National Post if the newspaper’s operations aren’t shifted into a company that holds its other newspapers by Friday.  Court OKs new National Post ownership structure  Financial Post should have gone down the drain. Shuffling the ownership structure is not going to stop the National Post from haemorrhaging cash. Give a year or two, and no one will care whether National Post continues to run or not.It is mostly spewing rubbish one sided propaganda! I wouldn’t mind if that right wing biased newspaper went under.It is already dead. Please bury it and eliminate the bad smell. They can make all the moves they want and shuffel it around but in the end the National Post is a lousy paper that few will buy. Let it die a natural death   how do we take them seriously? Better yet, how do they continue to take THEMSELVES seriously?  http://www.cbc.ca/money/story/2009/10/30/canwest-court-restructuring.html

As far as I am concerned they can rightfully shut down mostly all of their no good news media ASAP too.

 

AND CERTAINLY I DO NOT TRUST THE CONSERVATIVES ALSO TO SPEND OUR TAX MONEY PROPERLY

It really cause us to think what is the federal Conservative government wrongfully hiding here from us all as well… The Conservative government was accused Thursday of playing an elaborate shell game to prevent Canadians from following the billions of dollars being spent on federal infrastructure stimulus. New Democrat Pat Martin (Winnipeg Centre) told a parliamentary committee the government has done everything possible to hide how much of the $12 billion earmarked for infrastructure has been spent or how many jobs created.
http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/stimulus/article/718466–tories-blasted-for-secrecy-on-stimulus-cash?bn=1  0.CONSERVATIVES

https://postedat.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/the-honourable-warren-michelson-mla-moose-jaw/

 http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/03/insuring-adequate-consumer-protection/

  https://postedat.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/new-brunswick-premier-shawn-graham/

The Honourable Warren Michelson MLA Moose Jaw

 

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 4:18 PM To: premier@gov.sk.ca

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 Subject: The honourable Brad Wall Leader of the Saskatchewan Party and Premier of Saskatchewan.

The honourable   Brad Wall  Leader of the Saskatchewan Party and Premier of Saskatchewan.

I trust you will deal with your offending MLA appropriately before I post the issue, and my responses in full on the net for all to rightfully now read. For I now had mailed out about 500 emails to elected representatives, and note this one, NEXT only one useless, immoral Saskatchewan Party  MLA OF YOURS Warren Michelson had next  tried to tell me what I can AND CANNOT DO.. who does he now think he is? Hitler?

Remind him also in full I have a right of free speech in Canada, whether he lies it or admits it or not.. and don’t bother sending the police to my home about my letters, cause they have come and gone many times, sent by other crooked political masters too,  and yes many of whom next lost their re-election next too, and I am still writing the last 3 decades even  to all..

RVSP Thank you.

  

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 4:19 PM To: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

Subject: Re: going overboard with the law « The non conformer’s Canadian Web log I would rather you deal with the issues I write about and rightfully now too

   
From: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 3:44 PM

Subject: Re: going overboard with the law « The non conformer’s Canadian Web log

I would rather not receive your communication. Would you kindly take me off your email list. Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device

    

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 4:27 PM

To: dallchurch@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; patkinson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bbelanger@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bbjornerud@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bboyd@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; fbradshaw@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; gbrkich@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; cbroten@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kcheveldayoff@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; mchisholm@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ddautremont@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jdraude@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dduncan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; deagles@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; welhard@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dforbes@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dfurber@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rgantefoer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dharpauer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rharper@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jharrison@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ghart@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; nheppner@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dhickie@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dhiggins@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bhutchinson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; yhuyghebaert@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; aiwanchuk@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jjunor@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dkirsch@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kkrawetz@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; sleclerc@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; wmccall@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; tmcmillan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dmcmorris@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; wmichelson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dmorgan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; smorin@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jnilson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rnorris@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; gottenbreit@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; fquennell@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jreiter@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; lross@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jschriemer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; lstewart@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ltaylor@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ctell@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dtoth@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ktrew@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; hvanmulligen@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dvermette@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bwall@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rweekes@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; nwilson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; twotherspoon@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kyates@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; premier@gov.sk.ca ; pm@pm.gc.ca ; letters@leaderpost.canwest.com ; Lynn.Burgess@cbc.ca Subject: Re : Again, why (Confirmation)
Please do note this, as this is a more appropriate response that I rightfully still do expect from you all now too!!!
  
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From: “Cabinet du Minister” <ministre@justice.gouv.qc.ca>
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 4:08 PM
To: “paul kambulow”
Subject: Rép. : Again, why   (Confirmation)
> Bonjour,
> Nous accusons réception de votre courriel et vous remercions d’avoir communiqué avec la ministre de la Justice. 
> Nous vous assurons que votre demande sera traitée avec toute l’attention qu’elle mérite.
> Veuillez agréer nos salutations distinguées.
> Le cabinet de la ministre de la Justice
> 1200, route de l’Église, 9e étage
> Édifice Louis-Philippe-Pigeon
> Québec (Québec) G1V 4M1
> Téléphone:   (418) 643-4210
> Télécopieur: (418) 646-0027
>>>> pkbulow1 29/10/2009 15:56 >>>
>
>  The Honourable Warren Michelson MLA Moose Jaw    “was elected in November 2007 and serves as the Chair of the Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice as well as the chair of the caucus Standing Policy Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice”. So clearly now why does he oppose me writing to him on the subject of Justice, and so what is he hiding from in reality too now? Please do tell us all now too.
   

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 4:00 PM

To: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

Subject: The whole Police system in Canada is unacceptable, farcical, corrupt from top to bottom..   

“Why is it that Canadian police forces have so much difficulty dealing with wayward officers? Is it that they are afraid of the backlash from special interest groups … with their adherent politicians … or just afraid to admit to the public that “one of our police persons screwed up royally”? … and resort to ‘Nixonian stonewalling’ until the public forgets about the matter? Or is it that too many police forces have very poor management in place due a politically dominated selection system and an old boys promotion system? I once asked a former Commissioner of the RCMP if the RCMP intended to continue to promote those REPORTED as promotable rather than QUALIFIED to be promoted to a given position. His answer was “yes” … even though the example suggested was someone reported as being good in an administrative position being promoted to a serious investigation (supervisory) position. That, plus numerous other instances have convinced me that when it comes to promotions MANY police forces do not differentiate between choosing supervisors for OPERATIONAL investigative positions and supervisory ADMINISTRATIVE positions. I personally know of a group of RCMP persons who sent a request through channels imploring RCMP management at the higher levels to do something about carrying through with disciplining a number of police persons in the area who were known to have been complained about by the public OR OTHER POLICE PERSONS. The only other significant factor I can think of that could be associated with bad management and political affiliation is that there are simply no enforceable regulations or laws that can  be used to make errant police persons accountable … but after 150 years of having Canadian police I have to think that it is more a matter of interpreting the laws as being ineffective rather than actually having ineffective laws. Can the words “you are fired” not be used in police hearings … or the words “your paycheck has been stopped  until you and your counsel choose to deal with the situation” … or has our present judicial interpretation of the charter nullified police accountability as well as criminal accountability? ”  http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/b-c-solicitor-general-named-in-lawsuit/  

The Honourable Warren Michelson MLA Moose Jaw    “was elected in November 2007 and serves as the Chair of the Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice as well as the chair of the caucus Standing Policy Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice”. So clearly now why does he oppose me writing to him on the subject of Justice, and so what is he hiding from in reality too now? Please do tell us all now too.

    

  Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 3:49 PM

To: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

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Subject: Re: Again, why are taxpayers paying for Stephen Harper’s campaign sites too?
Dear Honourable Warren Michelson MLA Moose Jaw  I notice you are one of the few MLA’s who wrongfully still does think that all of citizens work for you, report to you, have to do what you tell them, and they have to do what you tell them.. Now you can dream on but I have to wake you up to the reality, obviously you are a control freak, I thus suggest you get professional help here too.      Isn’t it nice that we as Canadians all do have now a right of free speech, and the ability, right to send all of concerns to any elected member of the legislature or parliament Canada/ yes you have the right to take an ostrich approach , not to read them, never the less we all still do have our Charter right to write to even you now especially  since it is the taxpayers’ who firstly pay for your rather now poor services, work..    

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 3:37 PM

To: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

Cc: dallchurch@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; patkinson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bbelanger@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bbjornerud@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bboyd@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; fbradshaw@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; gbrkich@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; cbroten@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; lcalvert@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kcheveldayoff@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; mchisholm@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ddautremont@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jdraude@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dduncan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; deagles@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; welhard@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dforbes@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dfurber@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rgantefoer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dharpauer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rharper@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jharrison@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ghart@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; nheppner@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dhickie@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dhiggins@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bhutchinson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; yhuyghebaert@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; aiwanchuk@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jjunor@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dkirsch@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kkrawetz@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; sleclerc@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; wmccall@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; tmcmillan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dmcmorris@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; wmichelson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dmorgan@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; smorin@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jnilson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rnorris@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; gottenbreit@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; fquennell@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jreiter@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; lross@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; jschriemer@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; lstewart@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ltaylor@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ctell@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dtoth@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; ktrew@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; hvanmulligen@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; dvermette@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; bwall@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; rweekes@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; nwilson@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; twotherspoon@mla.legassembly.sk.ca ; kyates@mla.legassembly.sk.ca

Subject: Again, why are taxpayers paying for Stephen Harper’s campaign sites too?
  Canadians believe Tories biased on stimulus funding: poll   OTTAWA – A new poll suggests the Harper government’s multimillion-dollar, taxpayer-funded ad blitz to promote its stimulus plan doesn’t seem to be having the desired effect.

The Conservative government’s economic stimulus spending spree that is pouring billions of tax dollars into road construction projects may turn out to be an offer the Mafia couldn’t refuse.  Even as Stephen Harper and his ministers are racing around the country showering public funds on just about every project with a cement mixer, Quebec is engulfed in a growing scandal over Mafia control of infrastructure projects.  In some excellent investigative reporting by the CBC, a credible government insider-turned-whistleblower claims Montreal’s Italian Mafia controls 80% of the contracts for road construction in the city, much of which is certain to involve federal stimulus money.  The CBC report included detailed descriptions of bid-rigging of contracts, a practice that dramatically inflates overall project costs borne by taxpayers.  One published expert on the Italian Mafia cautions that the phenomenon is not limited to Quebec, that the tentacles of organized crime are into major construction projects in other provinces across the country.  The fact that organized crime in Quebec is nothing new will likely be cold comfort to the taxpayers from Victoria to Gander who are now at risk of being fleeced by Luigi the Enforcer.  Even the parliamentary budget officer, Kevin Page, complains that the Harper government is fogging its spending on infrastructure and other economic stimulus programs beyond the point of accounting recognition.  Whatever the figure, it is a huge amount of loot that is being poured into roads, bridges and other government construction mega-projects.  The Conservative government’s latest economic update report, for instance, boasts that since the beginning of this year, more than $7.6 billion in funding has been committed as the federal share of provincial and municipal infrastructure projects worth over $21 billion. So far, the Harper government is refusing to get involved in the growing Quebec construction fiasco, claiming it is a provincial issue.  But those whose money is at risk may beg to differ.  The next time some shameless Conservative cabinet minister shows up at an infrastructure announcement with one of those giant novelty cheques signed by the prime minister, taxpayers might be excused for asking how much of the real cash might be going to the Mob.  http://www.northumberlandtoday.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2148176

OTTAWA – A $50-million federal fund set up to build infrastructure for next June’s G8 summit is being spent partly on projects that are far from the summit site and with tenuous links to the high-powered meeting.    Industry Minister Tony Clement announced the low-profile fund last February, explaining that the fund was being “provided for G8 Summit related infrastructure, including a G8 Centre in Huntsville.”    Huntsville, Ont., will host the meeting. The town of 18,000 is in Clement’s riding, about 215 kilometres north of Toronto, and is best known for being at the heart of prime cottage country for Toronto’s wealthier class.    Huntsville has received the largest share of the money, mainly $16.7 million for a new G8 Centre, $9 million for a summit management office and $2.4 million for improvements to the road by the resort where the meeting is to take place.

But a partial list of the fund’s projects, and a series of news releases, shows that many of the towns in Clement’s riding are receiving money from the fund to build band shells, plant gardens and put up signs and lights.    Research on the spending was carried out independently by The Canadian Press alone, but the Liberal party said it would release its own analysis after being contacted for comment on numbers.    One news release announced $1.1 million to upgrade a street and replace trees in Parry Sound, Ont., some 80 kilometres away from the summit site.   Clement also announced $194,000 for a large “welcome granite stone” and new lighting for a concert stage, also in Parry Sound.    The area just south of Parry Sound is receiving $745,000 for signs, fencing and landscaping in the towns of Rosseau, Humphrey and Orrville.    The towns of Port Severn and South River, many kilometres from the summit, are each getting $65,000 for signs and landscaping, too.    “They’re somewhat disconnected (from the summit), for sure, Parry Sound and Port Severn,” said Huntsville Mayor Claude Doughty.  Bala Falls Road, a small road about 50 kilometres from the summit via another back road, is getting $400,000 for improvements.  “How is this justified? In what way is this going to improve the G8?” said Liberal MP Gerard Kennedy, who said he has completed a separate analysis of the G8 fund, with similar conclusions. 

There are rumblings that, despite the $50 million set aside for in summit infrastructure, the region can’t handle such a large meeting, and that Toronto would be far more convenient.  It’s also uncertain whether the leaders and their delegations will stick with their original plan of getting to Huntsville by flying to North Bay, Ont. The city is about 100 kilometres north of Huntsville.   The airport there is receiving $5 million from the G8 Infrastructure Fund. But there are concerns that, with only one runway, it won’t be big enough to handle so many foreign dignitaries, and that Toronto’s airport is better equipped and more secure, sources said.

Clement’s riding is already the subject of scrutiny for receiving funding for dozens and dozens of projects through the federal government’s array of stimulus packages. According to an analysis released by the Prime Minister’s Office, his Parry Sound-Muskoka riding received $3.2 million for 33 projects under the Recreational Infrastructure program.   A list of other infrastructure funds posted on the Transport Canada website points to at least 42 other building projects worth more than $28 million, sprinkled throughout the riding as a form of stimulus. Those numbers were compiled by The Canadian Press.   And even though the area has a fairly low unemployment rate, it has also received millions from the Community Adjustment Fund, set up to help struggling small towns adapt to the global economic crisis.   The G8 Infrastructure Fund is in addition to that money. There is no central spot on the government’s websites to find a list of projects paid for by the fund, nor is there a list of criteria.     http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091027/national/stimulus_summit

The Federal Government, the Quebec Government and the Mayor of Montreal have all rejected calls for a public inquiry even though the citizens demand it.. so what are the big 3 sacred of? hiding?

We will all pay later for the Conservatives‘ wasterful spending Harper, with the likes of Tony Clement, Stockwell Day, Jim Flaherty, John Baird, and all of his other cabinet ministers campaigned on the point they would not run a deficit. While at the time each and every one of these unscrupulous politicians knew they were running a deficit of $5.8 billion dollars! Everything from there on has been a neo-right political lie. Two hundred photo ops showing the completely unethical use of the Conservative Party logo is by no means a small indication of what lengths and deceit this crew will go to, to advance their extremely flawed political ideology. The waste of this neo-right fiasco will show up down the road and it will be the biggest financial scandal in Canadian history! How do I know this? Simple. Harper is spending more money and running the largest deficit in Canadian history and he is a politician who cannot be trusted!

Please do see also   

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/22/dealing-only-with-one-leaking-hole-of-many-in/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/16/ongoing-cover-ups-construction-firms-colluded-to-boost-prices-report/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/06/canadian-editorial-cartoons-v/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/08/harper-finds-even-more-jobs-for-the-faithful/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/the-alberta-way/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/corruptions-people-still-rightfully-do-blame-the-governments/  http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/14/transport-canada-stealing-taxpayers-money/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/13/stop-the-crooks-in-the-governments/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/01/01/not-everyone/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/10/liberals-politicians-do-lie-too/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/28/provincial-liberals-no-better-than-the-progressive-conservatives/ http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/24/canadas-conservative-prime-minister-stephen-harper/   

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Subject: Re: going overboard with the law « The non conformer’s Canadian Web log
  Please resign from your office first  

From: paul kambulow 

Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 12:16:31 -0400

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Who looks after out for our good welfare, the federal government, provinces?  we do that .. for the others are too busy stuffing their own pockets, having a good time still it seems.

NOT EVERYONE HAS A HIGH REGARD FOR THE courts, justice ministers, politicians, governments, POLICE, RCMP IN CANADA,  Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba,   etc.    Hidden agendas, the world is full of it, many people have hidden agendas, Ministers, politicians, cops  too. Sadly some people they tend  present their own “facts,” but fall short in truthfulness  for they tend to falsely  have a hidden agenda, and often they want to be falsely personally worshipped and live in sin too.   In Canada for decades our judges, cops, justice ministers, premiers,  are known to persecute the defenseless victims the most such as traffic ticket violators and not the real criminals..

and for decades I have rightfully complained that the police get drunk after work and drive drunk home too and rarely even get arrested for it.. and the news media often tells us so as well.. unacceptable too..

The whole Police system is unacceptable, farcical, corrupt from top to bottom..   ” I find it laughable but not unexpected that Sgt. Bruce would pursue economic redress from his employers. His actions in my opinion are a sad reflection on this public service, and should be the poster child for Complete Civilian Oversight of internal police investigation given this situation. However to be fair  let us look at the facts that I have been able to find. In 2005 Const. Lisa Alford after spending the afternoon drinking with her West Vancouver Police Buddies including Staff Sgt Bruce’s son Constable Mike Bruce attempted to drive home while drunk and smashed into another vehicle. Alford, 30, blew readings of .21 and .22 — the legal limit is .08 — and pleaded guilty to drunk driving on Jan. 25. 2007; She lost her licence for 14 months and was fined $600. Despite these facts she was placed forward for promotion, an action later reversed when all the facts of this case were made evident. Const. Lisa Alford was drinking with fellow officers” In the West Vancouver Police Station” before she rear-ended a car and blew nearly three times the legal limit for alcohol. Then West Vancouver Police Department Chief Scott Armstrong said that such get-togethers involving drinking at the station were regular occurrences; In fact, he attended a few himself before banning the practice after Alford’s accident and drunk-driving charge. In 2006, Scott Armstrong was fired as chief for that admission.  In a ridiculous case of poor optics, worse judgment and a fundamental reason why greater oversight into police investigating police must be initiated; Sgt. Doug Bruce (Mike Bruce’s father) and Insp. Bob Fontaine were appointed to head up the complaint investigation into the incident. The final report to the B.C. Police Complaints Commissioner however failed to mention that Alford was drinking at the West Vancouver Police Dept. prior to the accident and she was partying with other police officers, including Staff Sgt Bruce’s son Constable Mike Bruce. B.C.’s police complaint commissioner was already investigating Const. Mike Bruce. He was accused of forging a signature on a photo line-up during a robbery investigation. He was also suspended for three days after he failed to attend a noise complaint at a Future Shop and then wrote a false report. The officer then lied when confronted about it. He later confessed when his police cruiser’s Global Positioning System was analyzed The Police Complaints Commissioner asked the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) to investigate Bruce and Fontaine. The VPD found the officers allegedly breached the code of conduct. A disciplinary proceeding was ordered in February 2007 and there had been a couple of attempts to have a disciplinary proceeding occur,” said Bruce Brown, Deputy Police Complaints Commissioner. Disciplinary hearings were scheduled, however the officers simply refused to attend the three scheduled hearings, exposing a profound weakness in the police act; saving themselves the need to either; reveal the truth of the investigation or perjure themselves further. The two suddenly retired in late 2008. A public hearing regarding the allegations was called off in February when the police complaint commissioner, Dirk Ryneveld, decided his office’s jurisdiction likely would not extend to retired police officers. Their disciplinary hearings were cancelled after they retired in 2008.  Doug Bruce says he took sick leave due to stress. I guess he was under stress, dodging the truth and remembering that many lies is a tiring business, but I thank him for the mockery he is making of the police and the people of British Columbia. He will now hide in Penticton send his lawyer to negotiate a settlement while the public costs mount, collect his pension and leave the bad taste and public scorn of this incident for other members to live with and deal with every day.  The two members in question not only broke the law, they continued to collect over $150,000.00 each in salary, continued to have access to all police benefits and then then waltzed off into the night, thumbing their noses at the Law, its principles, the People of West Vancouver, and their own sworn oathes; saving their pensions, thank you very much. People may say that police are shown no favouritism but that can not be stated here, with out opening ones self up to ridicule, these facts speak for themselves. Bruce now in his hypocrisy, claims the former Mayor and the former Police Chief made false statements about him,  and requires redress; that the two defendants “recklessly and deliberately” breached “their” duty. The statement is outrageous. Be assure Sir, I have every sympathy for you and hope you get just what you deserve.”

  • Mickey Mouse RCMP, Police, Canada
  • Does the RCMP monitor download logs?
  • Who looks after the citizens welfare? The pretentious security Minister
  • http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/b-c-solicitor-general-named-in-lawsuit/
  • http://witnessed.wordpress.com/2008/06/18/who-looks-after-the-citizens-welfare-the-pretentious-security-minister/
  • http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/going-overboard-with-the-law-2/

       
    From: moosejawnorthmla@shaw.ca

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    New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham

    During the 2006 provincial election campaign, Graham promised to maintain the Crown corporation as a publicly owned utility.
     
    Hydro-Quebec would get the majority of NB Power’s assets under a proposed agreement worth nearly $5 billion signed Thursday by New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham and Quebec Premier Jean Charest.

    According to the memorandum of understanding, Hydro-Quebec would buy the assets for $4.75 billion – an amount equivalent to NB Power’s debt – giving Quebec greater capacity to export power to the United States.

    Those assets include transmission lines, offices and most generation facilities including the Point Lepreau nuclear power plant.

    “This agreement … will also provide Quebec with a strategic geographic position with regards to the markets of Atlantic Canada and New England,” Charest said.

    “All Quebecers will benefit from this agreement.”

    The premiers of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador have warned the deal would give Hydro-Quebec a monopoly that could hinder other power development in the region.

    But Graham says there will be opportunity for public debate before the closing date of the deal at the end of March 2010.

    Still, he lauded the benefits it would bring to his province.

    “The elimination of NB Power’s massive debt will help us attain self-sufficiency and relieve our children and grandchildren of this burden,” he said.

    “Homeowners will see rates much lower than under the status quo, and we will now share Quebec’s competitive industrial rates.”

    New Brunswick would continue to operate fossil fuel plants at Coleson Cove and Belledune, but phase out the facility at Dalhousie.

    Residential power rates in New Brunswick would be frozen for five years, while industrial rates would be reduced to match those in Quebec – a total saving of about $5 billion.

    NB Power was created by New Brunswick’s legislature in 1920.

    http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/091029/national/nb_power_sale

    To get elected many premiers make promsies they next do not keep… in BC, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta etc.,

    Williams lashes out at Quebec-NB power deal CBC.ca – Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams spoke out in St. John’s Thursday against a proposed deal to sell the majority of New Brunswick’s power assets to Quebec.

     
    Williams lashes out at Quebec-N.B. power deal Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams spoke out in St. John’s Thursday against a proposed deal to sell the majority of New Brunswick’s power assets to Quebec.Williams said if the deal goes through, it will be bad for Newfoundland and Labrador, the Maritime provinces and Ontario.   “If [Quebec also] acquires P.E.I. and Nova Scotia [power], we will find ourselves in a situation where one province will have energy control of the entire Maritime provinces,” said Williams. “It will be attempting to strand Newfoundland and Labrador. So good, cheap, competitively priced energy, can’t be offered to that whole region.

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/10/29/nl-newfoundland-nbpower-2910.html

    Quebec-NB power deal a ‘complete capitulation,’ Williams says St. John’s Telegram

     
    The province’s opposition leader said it’s unfair that the proposed deal is giving a rate cut to large industrial clients, but not to residential ratepayers. “The Liberals ran on a promise to NOT sell NB Power. They have no mandate to do this. Go out and ask the people who pay your salary, Premier. It’s our power system that you’re selling, not yours.”  How the hell can government get away with something like this without going to the people….democracy is dead in Canada and has been for years.   http://www.cbc.ca/canada/new-brunswick/story/2009/10/29/nb-alward-election-109.html 

    Canwest’s debts

     
    TORONTO -Details of Canwest’s debts to other companies outlined in creditor list.   The  list of debts filed on the website of Canwest Global Communication Corp’s court-appointed monitor as it restructures under creditor protection offer a glimpse into the  accrued  finances of this poorly managed Canadian media firm. that owns and manages also the National Post, the  Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal and Ottawa Citizen dailies, and  there’s been much speculation about the future of Canwest’s newspapers. The detailed list of nearly 1,000 bills and debts shows that the insolvent media conglomerate owes from a handful of dollars to millions to a long list of companies, including television production houses, taxi firms and a florist. Imagine that owning money to a taxi firm too.. Unbelievable.  The bills are  comprised mainly, but not solely  of   corporate expenses for a company that owns dozens of newspapers, the Global TV network, and web properties – now do stretch as high as several million dollars. The Winnipeg-based media giant has been unable to pay such operating expenses as it struggles with $4 billion in corporate debt.  Canwest hopes to restructure its business and emerge from creditor protection by the end of January. ” In documents filed earlier this month, the court outlined stipulations that allowed Canwest to continue receiving services deemed essential to its operations, like television programming, while it restructures”
     
    Let me be simply clear about it. I rightfully do along with many others have no respect to Canwest or any of it’s news media actual or supposedly credibility, and that of all of it’s affiliates now as well,  when firstly they could not, cannot even properly manage their business, and pay their debts. Definitely they are unprofessionally managed. So how can they Canwest even exemplarily continue now try to present, write about any of the news occurring now too. How dare they also now hypocritically, write about, criticize any  other firms, persons operation, related management too  now as well when Canwest itself is, has been undeniably guilty of extremely  poor management.

    Traffic accidents

       1afuture11
    An Australian study estimates that about  half of all traffic accidents in Australia may be due to road rage and most of  the others related to alcohol, impaired driving and yet the police falsely  tend to pursue revenue generating speeding traffic tickets still and  why? 
     
     Road rage is a relatively serious act;  it can  be seen as a violation of human and property rights , an  endangerment of  other’s personal well being, security.  Now we know that more  people have accident due to road rage, impaired driving, driving under the  influence of drugs, alcohol  over speeding too and we still do need to  review how much time and resources do the police deal with that  firstly? ” he ” official statistics  showed that only five per cent of crashes are caused by drivers breaking the  speed limit. Drivers who let their attention wander cause more than six times  as many accidents.” Driver error accounted for 66 per cent of accidents..  and add the road rage, impaired, drunk drivers, bad poorly maintained  vehicles to that too .. Most reasonable and  reasoning people have seen the folly of speed cameras for decades now  too.   
     
    The insurance industry itself too  often sleeps with  legislators, cops because it wants to make loads of money by finding out  reasons not to pay out as well.. they support traffic tickets even though they  do not reduce the car accidents significantly cause it gives more money to the  insurance firms,  this is immoral gouging of consumers too often rather  too.. now what about having some honest watchdogs and legislators rather. Go  after the drunk drivers, raise the price of the booze firstly..  SEE ALSO http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/24/research-on-real-world-behavior-crash-factors
     
     Hey even  many cops are lazy, they also do want to be paid  for doing nothing, but merely driving around , speeding too for they get a  rush doing this as  I  have often  witnessed it myself. Too bad  for them they are paid to work still too. Maybe we can outlaw citizens driving  any cars all together that way the cops and legislators too can still   get paid and not have much to do.
     
    Even Premier Dalton McGuinty  at it again?.. Premier Dalton  McGuinty says he won’t be forcing Ontario motorists to use snow tires during  the winter.  not following the lead of Quebec, which introduced mandatory  snow tire legislation.. so he uses another back door.. that will costs the  citizens a lot more money… liability legislation today under the Highway  Traffic Act to hold the supposedly irresponsible drivers accountable,,  Shortage of governmental money means rather  another hidden Ontario tax  too.
     
     
    A study of the  figures in the British Medical Journal showed a  gap between police  and hospital data  showed a wide divergence in these figures    said one of the authors of the article, Mike Gill, professor of  public health at Surrey University. The Police are known  to lie, and   they try to please their political bosses , to get a raise by generating  revenue from traffic tickets. 
     
      I call  Commissioner Julian Fantino a liar and I do ask him SPECIFICALLY to prove with  Honourable statistics  that at least 40 per cent of the ROAD crashes are  caused SOLELY because car drivers, truck drivers  are going too fast  in poor road conditions, unrelated to any other factors now  too. We all can play on  statistics anyway we want, but let’s us have the whole truth rather  here  too..
     
    “The Canadian Press  TORONTO – The head of the Ontario Provincial Police says drivers who crash in  bad weather because of their own negligence should have to pay the bill.   Commissioner Julian Fantino will propose absolute liability legislation today  under the Highway Traffic Act to hold irresponsible drivers accountable. This  essentially means making drivers pay for accidents in which they were driving  aggressively in poor weather, not insurance companies  Fantino says at  least 40 per cent of crashes are caused because people are going too fast in  poor conditions and not paying attention.  He says his proposal targets  people “who could care less” about how they are driving when the roads are  bad.   Fantino says his proposal mirrors laws currently on the books  in almost every state in the U.S.” 
     
     Many people Canada wide do now often  complain about still being harassed, bullied by Traffic cops and getting  unnecessary traffic tickets, especially it seems in Ontario, Alberta too. Cops  are no angels themselves for sure.  
     
    It also seems that  the statistical  numbers  for drunk drivers, accidents too  are still startling, too  high — and split it seems almost evenly for inside the main cities and in the  outlying area where there is less policing too. —   While maybe the  police, RCMP may  have a strong feel for the trends on the roads, for  speeding, accidents, drunk driving and the impaired numbers maybe are  still not causing the police great concern, due to their own priorities and  even due to the differing, often in a not fully reliable way that  the Police, accident data is collected year to year, Canada wide now too,  still the  actual Police statistical values, comparisons are very  difficult,  erroneous still and these statistics reporting they need to  be seriously improved, and the Police themselves even better  managed. 
     
    Now do you really  think that the the majority of the police  who  now are one of  the highest paid professionals are firstly doing their Jobs cause they really  firstly serving,  are looking after the good welfare of the citizens as  they often lie to us and claim they do .. and not cause of the monetary job,  fringe benefits ? I would not bet on it not  even on your  life..   “In reality the  too often self serving, money hungry, promotional and empire oriented police,  and their superiors, bad justice ministers, bad politicians  really do  not care about the citizens good welfare but only their  own”
      
     
    Now I have  said it for over 3 decades in writing to all too so now call it what you want  but police services generally  it is not about public safety, for it  is  a self employment, empire  building, a false money grab, revenue  generation, hidden taxes..  for if  the cops, the mad RCMP   were now really worried about public safety THEY WOULD FIRSTLY ARREST THEIR  OWN KIND, THE BAD COPS WHO OFTEN DRIVE HOME DRUNK AFTER WORK, COMING HOME FROM  THE POLICE TAVERN, and they would ALSO FIRSTLY  go after the people who  drive reckless, who  fail to stop at the stop signs, or the   traffic stop lights, and go seriously after the impaired drunken  drivers, deal with the unsafe cars whose brakes are squealing cause they need  to be repaired.. etc. Cops , civil and public servants too often become  perverse persons, unacceptable bullies still too. You and I still do not have  to accept such crap.
     
     Despite plunging sales  in almost every sector, alcohol sales are on the rise in Ontario, British  Columbia and in other provinces over last year . If you drive at twice  the legal alcohol limit you are at least 30 times more likely to cause a road  crash than a driver who hasn’t been drinking. 
    Nearly twice as many liquor stores,  relatively cheap booze and a pricing system that effectively discounts drinks  with more alcohol are contributing to a rise in hazardous drinking, says  B.C.’s provincial health officer. The same is true in Alberta and other  provinces. 
     
    More drunk drivers,   motorists are hitting the sauce before hitting the road this holiday  season too. About 1 percent of  the drivers stopped are  charged  with impaired driving offences during the generally only one  month long  Police province wide drunk drivers check stop campaigns .  Sadly there are plenty more drivers who often still do drank like fish   get away during the rest of the year due to the limited number of  police officers participating in check stops the rest of the year. We do  thus know that very few of the actual people who are impaired and on the roads  are caught by police. “The average person who is prepared to drive while  impaired will do it about 80 times a year, repeat offenders causing the  most problems.” “Drunk drivers are still; not  getting the  message, quite frankly, “The average blood-alcohol  reading of those charged was .165, twice the legal limit of .08. The highest  reading was .25, more than three times the limit, ” The  drivers range between 19 and 59 years old. The average age is 35 but a dozen  are over 40. (Older drivers) too seem to be more set in their habits  and  risk-takers also tend to be   resistant to all education  campaigns,” And during the same period over generally ten times more  people now are being charged with failing to to wear seatbelts and Highway  Traffic Act offences over impaired driving, even though it is drunk drivers,   that causes many of the accidents?  All now still  Unsatisfactory.

     

     

     

     

     

    More alcohol use is a concern for health-care professionals, since it means  more deaths, illness, injuries and hospital visits, meaning added strain on  the health-care system, and additional cost. “There’s 60 different ways in which alcohol can cause premature death and  illness,” 
       

     PS: Look at this, due to the undeniable Recession, budget and tax cuts,  Municipalities across Canada have  been cutting back even on their services, snow clearing now too, which has been leading up to more car accidents, and cause the police cannot tell the truth about their employers, the police now lie, and divert the truth, saying that speeding vehicles were the cause of most of the accidents. In reality now also  speeding also still is not the main reasons for accidents but driving while impaired is..  

      

    Here there are 2 main concerns, issues
    1: The rising alcohol consumption, and the rising taxpayer’s costs of alcohol related sickness, accidents
    2: The  still inadequate police, RCMP response to impaired drivers, year around.
     
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