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NEWSLETTER - SEPTEMBER 2018

CANADA'S PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL TEACHERS

 'DOING NOTHING IS NOT AN OPTION'

 

QUOTE: A) In time, even the most carefully woven lies unravel. All it takes is a loose thread. Or a man who feels compelled, for reasons of honor, or perhaps out of a sense of debt, to bring the truth to light. House of Spies  Daniel Silva  B) Lies grow bigger, not smaller, over time

 

1) The Canadian Justice System imploded over the 1985 West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off of Roger Callow under B.C.'s imposed BILL 35. No compensation has been paid due to the malfeasance of over 50 judges across Canada including 4 trips to the Supreme Court of Canada. SEE  employeescasecanada.ca

2) While teachers have been appealed to through these newsletters, there has been no response no doubt due to discouragement from Union leaders with a vested interest in the 'sweetheart deal'.

3) If you are in receipt of this newsletter, don't just do nothing. Organize a web site: Professional Teachers Against imposed Legislation or do your bit by contacting colleagues or making use of such as facebook.

DOING NOTHING IS NOT A PERSONAL OPTION.

NOVA SCOTIA

4) A constitutional question regarding court oversight was 'mangled' by NS courts in 2017. The Employer does not recognize court oversight of imposed legislation which, in this case, quashed the arbitration under BILL 35.   President Trump was called in to apply the Magnitsky Act (moral and legal turpitude) since it may not be applied internally. Since then, NS school boards have been canceled leaving local teachers vulnerable to imposed legislation.

PEI

5) Senator Duffy of PEI was called in to deal with legal inequalities in a province in which a sly Premier holds both the position of Premier and Attorney General. Duffy would rather sue the Federal government for millions than to tend to the needs of teachers locally.

QUEBEC

6) 'Ran a court within a court' which led to a SCofC challenge not heard: 306883. Unions on backburner in Oct election. Their influence keeps tuition fees down while Student Council corruption at Ottawa U. keeps ON. fees high.

ONTARIO

7) Source of the fraudulent Colin Mckinnon j. Decision (13-59060) in which at least two Decisions from 2014 are extant which do not reference the other. This action runs through all courts. Currently subject to fraud charge along with Employer : (CV 18000 769 0000)

SASKATCHEWAN

8) Premier Moe has been asked to support the constitutional question as he has a direct interest in the Carbon Tax. Earlier SK court use Under Premier Wall led to SCofC 306993 also not heard similar to QC.

B.C.

9) Premier Horgan is throwing his weight on the side of the conspirators. A fraud action is currently being registered against both the Employer and Union.

 

SPREAD THE WORD - YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE