Once Again, Alberta Justice Withholds the Legal Authorities Paper that would shed some light on why RCMP kicked in hundreds and hundreds of doors, causing $2.45 million in damages to 2,210 High River homes. What is more important, protecting the ‘privileged information’ of bureaucrats or rebuilding trust in the RCMP? Alberta Justice and Solicitor General FOIP Response dated February 14, 2019 – Received February 18, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
Perhaps when the United Conservative Party wins the next Alberta election all will be made transparent regarding the events at High River.
I don’t think so Clive. Sheer still hasn’t answered my letter since he won the leadership.
CONSERVATIVE PARTY’S STAND ON HIGH RIVER RIGHTS VIOLATIONS?
RE: TRUST IN RCMP STILL BROKEN BECAUSE OF HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES
Letter to Conservative Party Leader Andrew Sheer, November 2, 2018.
UPDATE: Phone call and E-Mail acknowledgment from the office of MP Pierre Paul-Hus office on November 2nd and 3rd, 2018 but still no written reply as of November 28, 2018
Dennis, if the UCP win the provincial election this spring (hopefully they will) Jason Kenny will be the premier. Whether they will be willing to release the information remains to be seen It might be interesting to see what happens if you send a letter to Jason asking if the UCP are committed to making the information public if they win the election.
Thanks Carl: Jason promised to meet with me in October of 2017 on the High River file and despite many follow-up requests with his offices and staff the meeting still hasn’t happened. I did meet with UCP MLA Jason Nixon at his Sundre office a couple of months back. He promised to look into it and I haven’t heard back from him. Here is the link to the video where Jason promised to meet with me.
Thanks for taking the time to send me your suggestion, Dennis