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Corruption in Canada: 7
: IS THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT DYSFUNCTIONAL OR PREDATORY? :
Sat, 12 Oct 2002

by Sherry O'Sullivan
(TB correspondent in Canada)
 
A new and undebated law now places all traveling Canadians under intrusive scrutiny for up to six years; all under the guise of keeping terrorists out of Canada. As reported here before, the grand democracy of Canada is anything but.  There is no "one person, one vote" system and the elections are easily skewed (a system that exceeds America's flawed electoral college).  Ninety percent of the media are tightly controlled by a very few pro-corporate entities, who pay their politicians very well.  There is little government accountability to the overburdened taxpayers (and both federal and provincial taxes are punitive).  And the leaders, who all seem to be above the law, appear to be flagrant hypocrites and autocrats. Dissension is neither welcome, nor forthcoming.  Unfortunately, most Canadians are distressingly obedient and quietly fear the force and backlash power of their own governments, from local townships to the country's capitol.

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Corruption in Canada: 6
Fri, 13 Sep 2002

by Sherry O'Sullivan
TB correspondent in Canada
 
ABUSE OF PROCESS
 
  It's been a year since I began reporting on the chilling closure of civil rights in Canada. Child abuse and pedophilia are big news in the US, but unfortunately, here in Canada the public remains uninformed.
 
  In November of 2000, a First Nations band leader was appointed to the cabinet position of Minister for Children and Families. This appointment was especially cynical in light of sworn testimony and published reports concerning a widespread pedophile ring, land theft, and other crimes that concerned the band leader. In May of 2001, the same band leader/cabinet minister announced his candidacy in an upcoming provincial election. Immediately after this announcement, the new cabinet minister used public funds to hire a high profile and politically connected Vancouver law firm to file a defamation suit against a small northern BC newspaper, a
whistleblowing former United Church minister, and several other defendants, many of whom had testified under oath before a Human Rights Tribunal held earlier in Vancouver.
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Corruption in Canada: 5
Thu, 25 May 2006

by Sherry O'Sullivan (TB correspondent in Canada)

A Cornucopia of Crap

Alarming changes are occurring in Canada.  Two months ago, a cynical British Cabinet member declared via e-mail to numerous government officials (one hour after the second impact at the WTC on 9-11), "This is a good day," she started,  for the British government to dump all its bad news on the media, because nobody will notice it". Apparently, the Canadian government has taken her advice. Here's a few stories they hoped no one would notice. 


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Corruption in Canada: 4
Thu, 25 May 2006

THE FOX GUARDS THE HENHOUSE

by Sherry O'Sullivan (TB correspondent in Canada)

Here in Canada, the same government which authorized residential school death camps where more than 50,000 native children died, and which paid for mass sterilization programs, has also been funding an "official" investigation into its own crimes.  Ottawa has been perpetrating this charade since 1995, when it launched its "Residential School Project" (RSP) through a bunch of Indian front-men, puppet chiefs and quisling collaborators.  Canadian taxpayers pay over $800,000 per year to host this travesty.


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Corruption in Canada: 3
Thu, 25 May 2006

by Sherry O'Sullivan
TB Correspondent in Canada
 
THE FIX IS IN

In Canada when a political party embarrasses itself (and they all do . . . frequently), the solution follows the same pattern: lie low for awhile, change the name of the party, then return with flags held high.  As a result, even seasoned watchers of Canadian politics need a scorecard to follow who was calling himself what, and when.


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Corruption in Canada: 2
Thu, 25 May 2006

by Sherry O'Sullivan (TB correspondent - Canada)

In Canada there is no protection for whistleblowers.  When a person's conscience dictates that he or she speak out, the payback can be devastating.  Take the case of Kevin Annett, a minister in Canada's United Church.  In 1995, when Annett began speaking out about the theft of native land by church officials and documenting multiple murders that took place in the church-state residential schools, he was fired.  In an attempt to silence him forever, he was expelled from the church without any form of due process.


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Corruption in Canada: 1
Thu, 25 May 2006

by Sherry O'Sullivan
(TB correspondent - Canada)
 
CANADA: FREE NO MORE
 
Here in Canada, where there has always been a news brown-out,  information is doled out according to corporate/political self interest. While Canadian comedians seem to attract interest in the USA, news of our politics never seems to penetrate.  Our own citizens are kept in the same state of ignorance, as the media in Canada is firmly controlled by three or four megacorporations

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