GAMING THE SYSTEM
1) 'That's only her opinion' sniffed West Vancouver School Trustee, Margo Furk, regarding B.C. Supreme Court's Justice Mary Southin's action of quashing the 1985 arbitration favouring the School Board ruling, as she did, the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable. He had converted 16 new hires to read 16 lay-offs with senior high school teacher, Roger Callow, being the necessary 17th knowing full well that Callow was the only lay-off victim in June of 1985. She fell short of labeling this matter a fraud of which it most assuredly was. 30 years of trying to get those June Board meeting notes (disclosure or habeas corpus) has met with stiff resistance from over 12 separate court systems and over 50 judges in this massive government conspiracy without equal in any democracy.
2) The Board's position at both the Southin j. Decision and the subsequent failed Appeal had been that the Court had no jurisdiction over the imposed BILL 35 so the School Trustees felt justified in ignoring the courts; a position they have maintained up to the present time. No compensation has ever been paid which flies in the face of any number of laws and is the bedrock of the law of labour contracts.
3) As the courts failed to label this matter 'fraud' thereby guaranteeing court oversight, this targeted writer has been kept in a state of perpetual limbo which has led to the demise of the Canadian Justice System. That's anarchy.
4) In an act of misfeasance plaguing our justice system in general and this case in particular, no mention is made of the Board's constitutional position in the above hearings.
5) In 1995, without the presence of the Union, I returned to court before B.C. Supreme Court's Justice Spencer against the Employer requesting that Justice Southin's 'should' return employment (in law, a judicial recommendation has weight) to 'must' due to the apparent abandonment of the renewed arbitration so ordered by Southin j. The only alternative that Spencer j. had was to order the matter back to arbitration. He did neither.
6) While lamenting that I should not be left in limbo, he took actions designed to do just that. He declared this matter a union matter (for a first time), declaring that only the Union could pursue any action on my behalf, knowing full well that I was faced with a 'sweetheart deal'. No one was arguing the point of union jurisdiction in court in this act of judicial misfeasance. In brief, he robbed me of court access with only reference to an ethically challenged Labour Board whom refused a hearing on the grounds that 'the union had done nothing wrong' which does not answer the question as to 'whether they had done anything right'. The letter below, in an act of misfeasance by the Employer, appears to have successfully intimidated the Labour Board into not holding a hearing as I requested. Spencer, in another act of misfeasance paralleled by the original courts in 1985-87 made no mention of the constitutional question on which the Board's case depended.
7) The root cause of the demise of the Canadian Justice System lies with the Supreme Court of Canada (SCofC). In 1997, under the question of 'the universality of unions', the SCofC ducked the issue outlined above greatly compromising the value of holding union membership by anyone in Canada. Included on that panel sat SCofC Chief Justice A. Lamers d. (presence of a Chief Justice denotes a 'political trial') and Beverley McLachlin - the incumbent Chief Justice slated for retirement in 2017.
8) Under McLachlin as Chief Justice in 2004 in a second rejected SCofC Appeal for a hearing, the question related to 'ultimate remedy' in which money (or compensation) must change hands in labour matters. Canada was reduced to Third World status with this gross abuse of contract provisions.
9) In 2013, a now terrified B.C. Justice System in an act of malfeasance, expelled me from the Justice System of B.C. for 'reasons best known to a judge' (The Cullen Creed) in this unresolved legal matter setting me on a kafkaesque journey through the courts of other provinces amid much fraudulent activity.
10) President McLachlin of the Canadian Judicial Council has never acknowledged any of the very serious actions of fraud made by me in these other provinces that I made prompting this protest PLACARD: IMPEACH SCofC CHIEF JUSTICE B. MCLACHLIN. Those fraudulent actions were enunciated in two SCofC Appeals in 2016 which were denied a hearing.
11) The final blow to the efficacy of the SCofC came in 2016 when two filed appeals were refused (36883 QC) and 36993 SK) leaving only a 21st century Canadian Prime Minister with his executive powers to address the single most important question of the 21st century; namely, the fractured credibility of the Canadian Justice System for without credibility, a country is a hollow shell be it democratic or otherwise. Read below for an example as to how the Employer is gaming the system in conjunction with corrupt and corruptible judicial organizations.
The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance.
THE LETTER WHICH HANGS THE CANADIAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM- JUNE 11-2015
BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an 'Outlaw Justice System' www.employeescasecanada.com (30 year unresolved legal case) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 8 different court systems and over 30 judges. It's Canada’s Watergate - Pulitzer Prize winning author being sought. Below is the significance of government imposed legislation (BILL 35 -1985)
HARRIS & COMPANY
February 7, 1996
Labour Relations Board
1125 Howe Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 2K8
Attention: Margaret Arthur
Dear Sirs and Mesdames:
Re: Callow v. The Board of School Trustees of School District No. 45 (West Vancouver) et al
BCCA No. CA020560
We are counsel for the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 45 (WestVancouver) in the above-noted matter.
We note from Mr. Callow's Complaint (p.3(t)) that he seeks from the Labour Relations Board a direction that the Association "take the necessary action to continue the arbitration within the parameters of the 1988 Court of Appeal decision."
It is the School Board's strongly held view that the Labour Relations Board has no jurisdiction to make any ruling regarding the hearing of a future arbitration hearing due to the fact that the arbitration was not a proceeding under the scheme provided in the Labour Relations Code, the former Industrial Relations Act, or the former Labour Code. Indeed, the arbitration in question was a hearing pursuant to the provisions of the School Amendment Act, 1985 (BILL 35 - RC), which the Labour Relations Board has no jurisdiction to interpret or apply.
We request that the School Board be provided with an opportunity to make further submissions on this point prior to any granting of any remedy.
Yours very truly,
Judith C. Anderson
HARRIS & COMPANY
N.B. The B.C. Labour Board refused all my requests for a hearing as did successive B.C. Courts. The Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear this matter hence the jurisdiction question is at the core of this imposed government legislation. That is how I was relegated to a permanent state of limbo where no compensation (includes pension) was paid in defiance of the rules of labour contract. No Canadian media nor Parliamentary source will publish this ugly truth reducing Canada to Third World status.