PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE RELEASES BILL C-68 CABINET DOCUMENTS FROM 1994/95 (SORT OF) 272 pages out of 415 withheld citing Solicitor-Client Privilege – 65% of Bill C-68 Cabinet documents to remain ‘SECRET’ – Privy Council Office ATIP response dated November 22, 2018 – Requested April 3, 2017 Received by Dennis R. Young December 7, 2018
RCMP Response to Access to Information Act request dated Nov 27, 2018 – Received by Dennis R. Young – December 4, 2018
INFORMATION COMMISSIONER DEFENDS RCMP DECISION TO KEEP HIGH RIVER ‘RIGHTS VIOLATION PAPER’ A SECRET
EXCERPT FROM ATTACHED REPORT: “Our investigation determined that the information now withheld under paragraph 13(1)(c) was received from the government of Alberta, and was intended to be confidential. Our investigation also determined that neither of the exceptions described in subsection 13(2) are applicable: the provincial government that provided this information does not consent to its disclosure, nor has it made that information public.”
Letter with results of investigation of my complaints dated November 23, 2018 – Received on November 27, 2018. NOTE: Section 41 Review by the Federal Court is the only remaining option.
“We, the undersigned, Residents of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to scrap Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, and to instead devote greater resources to policing in Canada.” MP Rachael Harder, Lethbridge
Letter to Conservative Party Leader Andrew Sheer, November 2, 2018. Waiting for more than a year for response from Official Opposition Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Pierre Paul-Hus.
June 25, 2013: Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis asked: ‘What legal authority do the police rely upon to forcibly enter private property in the flood stricken area?’ Why wasn’t this Crown Counsel paper mentioned in the RCMP Complaint Commission’s High River Report in 2015? Complaint to Information Commissioner – October 29, 2018
Answer to Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis’ question to his Deputy Ministers: “What legal authority do the police rely upon to forcibly enter private property in the flood stricken area?” Alberta Crown Counsel Paper: ‘’The Local State of Emergency-Mandatory Evacuation Order Police Officer Authorities’’ – Withheld by both Alberta Justice and the RCMP.
United Nations response dated October 11, 2018 – Reasons 1 and 6 given for Ruling:
- Your communication does not address consistent patterns of gross and reliably attested violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
- Domestic judicial/administrative remedies do not appear to have been exhausted, and it has not been substantiated that the application of domestic remedies would be unreasonably prolonged or that remedies would be otherwise ineffective.
‘LEGAL AUTHORITIES PAPER’ USED IN HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES? FOUR YEARS OF RCMP STONEWALLING – August 19, 2014 Crown Counsel paper requested . May 13, 2015 Request denied. April 12, 2017 Request denied. October 18, 2018 Request denied. By Dennis R. Young – October 19, 2018
EXCERPT: “We use as little force as is necessary to gain entry and once the residences are checked, we secure them again when we leave.” June 25, 2013 e-mail from RCMP Asst. Commissioner Marianne Ryan to Alberta Deputy Solicitor General Bill Sweeney – PDF Page 193 https://dennisryoung.ca/2018/04/13/rcmp-door-kicking-spree-high-river-cost-taxpayers-2-45-million/