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2019 Ontario Civil Liberties Award

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December 5, 2019

Episode 3: WhistleWithout: A Canadian Police Whistle blower- Kelly’s Story Ontario Court of Appeal In case you missed it, Donovan won her appeal against Waterloo Regional Police Services Board and Chief Bryan Larkin.  Donovan is awaiting an order for costs from the Court.  The decision can be read here. Workplace Investigations With changes to legislation, […]


ELMIRA WATER WOES: THE TRIUMPH OF CORRUPTION, DECEIT, AND CITIZEN BETRAYAL

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November 9, 2019

ALAN MARSHALL HAS WRITTEN HIS FIRST BOOK. I HAVE INCLUDED THE LINKS HERE.. 27 CHAPTERS IN ALL Editors Note: I would like to thank Alan personally for all the effort he puts into his work. We need more like you Alan.. Thank you for sharing this with us.. ELMIRA WATER WOES: THE TRIUMPH OF CORRUPTION, […]


‘A Feast of British Folk’ brings taste of music and dance to Cambridge Aug. 3

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July 19, 2019

CAMBRIDGE – The Mill Race Festival of Traditional Folk Music may be no more, but the organization that created it remains active. Mill Race Folk Society volunteers continue to organize small-scale musical events throughout, after this year cancelling the popular – but overwhelming to organize – annual Mill Race festival held annually on the August […]


WSIB CORRUPTION

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March 23, 2019

Well let’s be a little more specific. The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) used to be known as the Workman’s Compensation Board (WCB). Whether an independent board or not I suspect that they are still under some sort of observation or supervision from the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Similarly the Ministry of Labour are […]


Stop the Litigation of Whistleblowers

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March 22, 2019

PLEASE CLICK ON LINK TO READ KELLY’S STORY http://www.ottawalife.com/article/the-cancer-that-is-killing-police-officers?set_lang=en Stop the Litigation of Whistleblowers I gave up my job as a police officer, my salary, and still the police service is coming after me for speaking up about what goes on inside a police service.  I never agreed to keep silent about my experiences working […]


AN ABUSE OF TAXPAYERS MONEY – SLAPP SUITS BY PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

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February 5, 2019

The Waterloo Region District School Board has done it. Likely at least one of our municipalities have tried it. Now the Waterloo Region Police Board are doing it. A class action lawsuit was filed against them a couple of years back regarding their treatment of female police officers. The blue wall really is only about […]


When you’re an outspoken critic of the police, they want to shut you up.

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February 3, 2019

2018 was a quiet year for me, and this is why.  In June, I was served with a lawsuit filed at the Human Rights Tribunal by the Waterloo Regional Police Service.  They alleged that I violated the terms of my resignation agreement, despite me having refused to sign a non-disclosure clause (a gag order).  Because […]


We’re Celebrating 10 Years.. Thank you Cambridge

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December 13, 2018

With 10 years under my belt…I had given serious consideration to closing down this site.  With finally getting a legal Mayor in our City… I thought I no longer needed to keep this blog going..  With much appreciation, my many dedicated readers convinced me to stay on. So here is the new plan going forward. […]


Unsung HEROES AMONGST US.. Tommy and Lucy Vann..

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December 22, 2017

I might get in trouble here for posting this…(by Tommy), as he never boasts to anyone about his and Lucy’s huge hearts.. … But I have to tell you about my dear friends… TOMMY AND LUCY VANN.. I have had the pleasure of knowing these two beautiful people for the past 10 years or so. […]


Miracles do happen, here’s an example

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November 6, 2014

Cambridge Times A woman carrying twins 27 years ago was soon to play a part with divine intervention. Her pregnancy test results showed an issue with one of the twins she was carrying. The parents were concerned about the unknowns and the possible loss of one of the twins. They were prepared for the worst […]


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