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      • Brian,

        Dan Bertrand here (bass player from the Music Cafe)

        I am pushing the idea of “Occupy Ottawa” on Twitter.

        Let’s get the government properly informed that we don’t want any of their communist agenda.

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      • Brian,
        I was born in Newfoundland in 1946, four years your junior.

        I am a Military Vet, former Police Officer and among others, a Criminal Investigator with Canada Revenue Agency (formerly Revenue Canada).

        I really need to converse with you concerning something that I believe will be necessary for the future security of the people on Canada. Because of my past experience working, among others, with the Criminal Code of Canada and the laws of Canada, I have determined that the Criminal Code contains one of the two solutions to what is going on in this country and may occur in the future if we do not “train up our children in the way they should be and when they are old, they will not depart from it”.

        I do not wish to go into further detail in this venue but will do so if you contact me at wdove@xplornet.ca.

        May God bless you and your family.

        Wally Dove

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    • Thank you for speaking out with a sensible voice against the tyrannical Canadian government Brian. I have met you a few times in person and socialzed with you at the NEIA conference one night at the Delta Hotel in St. John’s.

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      • Thank you for speaking out Brian. I am a mom of 3 who has lost her job in health care after 25years because I will not comply with Directive 6. Do you know if there are any active lawsuits in Canada against Trudeau for crimes against humanity? I want to take legal action an don’t know where to start. email is: bodiesmovin@hotmail.com. I live near Brockville , Ontario. All 3 of my children are once again locked out of school and we are being threatened with mandatory vaccination.. Can you refer me to someone or direct me in right direction? I have written so many letters to the CDSBEO, Steve Clark and Michael Barrett, my local MP, as well as Ford and Lecce and McNaughton – to no avail 😦 God bless Angela Tyhy

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  1. People do not want Natural Gas / Dams Site C / Nuclear / Oil / Coal Fired – power plants to make electricity. Ok, shut down all the electricity they themselves use; see who will be crying first. Not us, it will be them.
    Shut down the Alberta oil? No eastern pipeline.?? Ok, 70% of all clothes / foot wear you wear is made from oil based products. How do the protesters get to their rallys, via cab, bicycle, rapid transit; all made by or run because of Crude Oil and electricity.
    Keep buying Arabian or Venezuelan oil, keep building the deficit higher and higher, help Trudeau make his professed and promised country deficit even a bigger deficit.
    Can’t make clothes out of animals, PETA will be all over you; re furs etc..
    So we will have a bunch of naked, cold freezing people running around because of their short sighted views.
    Use your heads people, you would have no cell phones, lap tops or paper products to post your protests if it were not for electricity or oil. How do you think these products were made, oh yeh; magic, forgot about that.
    Much like Trudeau pulling money out of nowhere.

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  2. Trudeau = Turdeau , Turdhead, Turdopia (for legalizing marajuana).
    Princeling is an ego “testicle” self righteous photo seeking idiot who cares less about Canada than taking his princassling on jaunts around the world, off of Canadian tax payers backs.
    He got a majority gov with 39.5 % of the popular vote, doesn’t give a damb about the 60.5% who did not vote for him. He is shoving it up our ass, hoping to get the Nobel Peace Prize for letting radicalised Muzzies into Canada carte blanc.
    Have to get rid of him and his high spending Ministers who keep on doing the same thing each time, spend lavishly on expences hoping not to get caught after each jaunt. Once caught, gone out of the party, Turdhead has no backbone to do that.

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    • Not to mention the hundreds of millions of dollars still unexplained as to where it went…usual government, or liberal, response to everything, dodge the question, call names, insulting comments, vague answers, lots of innuendo and skating around the subject. They spend so much time lying that they are incapable of telling the truth. When forced into answering they conceal the blatant lie with a miniscule of truth to make it plausible to the sleepers. The contempt they have against those who speak out against them is obvious.

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  3. I found your site by accident. I find it extremely informative. Thank you very much for all your hard work in putting all the very important events and op eds in one place. And in such a timely manner too. All the very best!

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  4. Brian
    I am trying with no luck to get an email or phone number for Dr. Charles Hoffe. I have listened to his video about the little town fire and the way he has been treated because he is honest about the “shots”. I would like to get up with him to see if a donation could be sent to him from me and my husband as I know the government has damn near broken him. Can you help me?
    Louise Gallagher
    Easley, SC
    USA

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    • Louise:

      He has lost his clinic in the fire . I have been trying to reach him without any luck. I did talk to him early on and did a couple of blogs on his unfortunate position . Obviously, he is having a difficult time . I know a person who spoke to him several days ago, but in the last days , has not been able to make contact. To keep in touch e-mail me at :brianpeckford@gmil.com.

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  5. Hello Brian,

    I discovered your website through a web search about ADE. Keep up the good work! The truth is out there. We just have to “dig” for it. I started a “What I’ve Learned” page on my website. I need to document the truth.

    God bless your mission!

    Don

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  6. Good evening my dear Brian Peckford, it’s been awhile since I posted to your Blog which I find informative, up to date, factual articles, alway enough information to go deeper into to, to assure backed by a reputable source! Brian I have followed you for quite some time, knowing your back ground and as Premiere of NFLD, the great job done by you, and the important changes for the betterment of Canada and it’s Citizens! Having said that, which I’m sure you can accept we don’t alway agree, but do consider I hold your opinions in high regards! Sir, when you post articles under your name as the source, (by Brian Peckford) and no other reference when actually from another source! Sir we need your own opinions, which alway state it’s yours, but I do think you should put a foot note or the header of the actual source! What happen I passed on an article which was controversy in the eye of the person I sent it to! I had to show it was not your statement but one of context to consider, in the conversation at hand! Please assure you keep your name clean in the eyes of disagreement that may read or follow you, it’s required so much with all the crap we are being feed out here!
    Take care, stay safe, my best regards, enjoy you day all year long!
    Cheers Bill

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  7. Mr Peckford,
    I just had the honor and privilege of listening to your entire interview with “The 5th Doctor.”
    Sadly, we just don’t make men like you anymore; your razor sharp intelligence and grasp of complex and broad issues, your ability to articulate complex issues to a lay audience, your steadfast and immovable integrity and honor, your humble commitment to the service of Canadians and our democracy, and your ability to inspire and lead others.
    This was truly an historic interview.
    Please accept my deepest thanks for your immense efforts on behalf of us all.
    Mary Kelly
    Victoria BC

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    • Mary: you are very kind. Thank you. I understand that listeners to that interview now number many tens of thousands.

      I am very grateful for have studied history and literature at University with some excellent professors who were imbued with learning and thinking , unlike the weak and intellectually crippled so called professors of today.

      I am re-reading Greek history of Solon’s time tonight.

      Brian

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  8. Hi there, I am trying to verify the name of Dr. Daniel Nagase that worked in Rimby Alberta because I have people claiming this is not a legitimate Dr. With regard to the article Oct 3, 2021. Can you give me links to this information so I can verify his credentials to people when i share this information?

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    • Dr. Nagase is a member of the two Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons , BC and Alberta. He worked in temporary capacities being a locum . So he should be listed with both Colleges unless they both have removed his name because of this controversy. I was at the celebration and met the doctor and had him send me a copy of the speech, and I carried it. He is presently in BC.

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  9. Premier Peckford, thank you for fulfilling your role as our last father of Confederation so wonderfully.

    Some excellent news: at last a legal authority has decided that doctors may prescribe Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine. The Attorney General of Nebraska has just issued an opinion to that effect, and he exposes the motives of Big Pharma in suppressing those early treatments. So now there is at least one jurisdiction in North America where doctors may prescribe effective treatments without harassment, and other jurisdictions may find that opinion persuasive and follow suit.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/10/nebraska-ag-issues-opinion-doctors-prescribing-hcq-ivermectin-covid-treatment-will-not-face-punishment/

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  10. This website is the Fake.
    No university or other respected laboratory has confirmed the heresies that are propagated here. This is classic disinformation produced with the money of a pharmaceutical company.

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  11. Brian,

    This is a great blog!
    I discovered it after a duckduckgo search on “vaccine and cancer”.
    I wish we had a lot more blogs and sites just like this one… I also like your tables on vaccine injuries… and I especially like your honesty on the experimental jabs.
    You made many great career choices… and I am Canadian, too.

    Rob

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  12. Hello Brian Peckford;
    Regarding your comments about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, you might want to review my preliminary summary of the unlawfulness of Covid Vaccine mandates under international human rights law that is binding on Canada, which can be accessed at the link below.
    International-Human-Rghts-Law-Legality-of-Vaccine-Mandates-in-Canada.28.10.21.pdf (canadiancovidcarealliance.org)

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  13. Honourable Mr. Peckford. Thank you for your service to our country and thank you for being an advocate for the rights of all Canadians. I am an organizer for a community group in Victoria, British Columbia and previously worked in government. I have found this background has helped to shape our work to effectively counter the current provincial orders here in British Columbia. At this pivotal moment in our history we would like to work to support you in spreading your message. If we could arrange a call, at your convenience, I would very much like to speak with you to discuss further. Please let me know the best way to connect by telephone. With sincere thanks, Jonathan.

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  14. I just watched an interview of yourself with Rod of CHP Talks December 2, 2021: Rod speaks with the Honourable A. Brian Peckford, former Premier of Newfoundland and the last living First Minister who helped frame Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms through the Constitution Act of 1982. Mr. Peckford explains in detail the provisions of the Charter that are being shamefully violated by both federal and provincial governments and issues a strong call to citizens to get involved and work to retain the rights and freedoms that are at risk today.

    And also I shared this in my email to my friends Honorable Mr. Brian Peckford (former Premier of Newfoundland and only remaining author of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms who has made a recommendation to all Provincial Premiers that they refer all COVID-19 measures to their Courts of Appeal by way of a Reference. He also recommends that the Prime Minister do the same at the federal level so there can be a judicial determination as to the constitutionality of these measures by the Supreme Court of Canada. We fully support The Peckford Recommendation.

    Here is the website https://lawyersstandup.ca/ where you can sign your support and send this to your MP or MPP for them to sign.

    The lawyers believe in the rule of law, and that every decision made by our elected representatives needs to start and end with ultimate compliance to our Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

    They are asking every elected representative to take a principled stance for the people of their communities by supporting the referral of all COVID-19 measures and workplace policies to their Court of Appeal by way of a court Reference procedure to determine if they are contrary to the law and, in particular, our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Prime Minister of Canada can also use a Reference procedure to seek a determination as to the constitutional validity of similar federal COVID-19 measures directly to the Supreme Court of Canada.

    Take a look at how many lawyers and concerned citizens support this action so far https://lawyersstandup.ca/those-standing-with-us/

    I have signed as a concerned citizen and have sent this email to Peter Julian MP and will send an email to Raj Chouhan Raj.Chouhan.MLA@LEG.BC.CA for all the good it will do.

    I do not believe that our MP’s and MPP’s are interested in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms or what those of us who are opposed to their agenda of continuing to rule in tyranny and worse who are saying that the vaccines are safe and that we should vaccinate our 5 year olds and up. Our children are being murdered so this needs emergency action not to ask them to follow your recommendation which I am certain they are not interested in at all. The only way they will listen is if they are forced to listen. How do we force them to listen to our Supreme Court of Canada?

    How and what can we do to take legal matters in our hands? How can we the people take this process in hand when the government has been fighting us in court and winning against all our constitutional challenges so far with for example JCCF http://www.jccf.ca We have other lawyers such as Rocco Galati who have done nothing except collect a lot of money in donations. We have Michael Swinwood who has also made his lawsuit so complex that it will be years before it comes before court if ever. I am in contact with Reiner Fuellmich who is working with lawyers from all over the world but they have had no success in court either so far.

    We must stop this now before we lose more lives.

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  15. JCCF has lost in court every time and I believe deliberately. I have experiences with them and all their challenges lead me to believe that they have been losing deliberately. Their hearing in Winnipeg that we have a recording of is proof of this and their hearing in BC is the same. Everyone of their hearings does not challenge that the pandemic is not a pandemic because we have a 99.97% survival rate. They have never challenged the government to justify their mandates with the 4 tests. They have never brought out that the government mandates are doing more harm than good. I have accused them of being compromised and still hold that belief. JCCF still have many lawsuits but putting faith in them is the definition of insanity. Repeating the same mistakes and hoping for a different result is insanity but in this case they are losing deliberately because no lawyers are that stupid or incompetent to be failing to make the obvious points in court and getting the government to bring forth full disclosure and to justify to meet the 4 conditions that they could never meet. JCCF was in court with the government back in December 2020 and this could have been all over then and sooner had they handled the lawsuit properly. Even a lay person as myself knew and kept writing Jay Cameron emails about the government having to justify their mandates with facts and by having to meet all 4 conditions. It was not up to us to have to prove anything it was all up to the government to have to prove and justify their insanity. You replied to my email and you said that you have spoken out against these lawyers publicly on interviews and on my blog .And I replied to your email and asked you which lawyers you were referring to? I have spoken out against JCCF and Rocco Galati. All other Canadian lawyers have failed so far as I know. I was hoping that you knew and were working with some good competent lawyers but it does not seem so it seems that we are still nowhere as far as good competent lawyers are concerned. Two years later and still nowhere.

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  16. Brian,

    We need to ramp up the action plan. Is it possible to get Roman Baber or some other parliamentarian to invite you to speak in front of the Parliament in a no-nonsense challenge of verbal fisticuffs against his royal incontinence, the ever-speaking-moistly Justin “Castro” Trudeau?

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    • Mr. Peckford mentioned in one of his interviews that he has contacted all MP’s and MPP’s but none if any have responded to him. I was going to suggest this also and there are a few who have spoken out against the Government response to Covid such as Randy Hillier MPP, Maxime Bernier PPC, Belinda Karahalios MPP, Derek Sloan former member of the house of commons, and most recently Rick Nicholls MPP. What concerns me is that none of these politicians except Roman Baber have even mentioned suing the government for not only breaching our Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms but of committing crimes and murder such as crimes against humanity. Why is no one furious about this?????? What kind of politicians do we have? What kind of lawyers do we have? What kind of judges do we have? What kind of police do we have? What kind of defense do we have? What kind of people do we have? We are all talk and no action. Today I watched Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson interview Rick Nicholls and again all talk and no action. We need serious people with solutions not just people talking and repeating the problems. Reiner Fuellmich is now working with some Polish politicians and hopefully they will have some results in court. I cannot believe how weak and fearful and incapable and incompetent and unintelligent we are proving ourselves to be. Talk about needing to go and hide ourselves in shame. Are we incapable to at least sue our media and our social media and the elites running the media and Gates? What is going on with us?

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  17. Dear Mr. Peckford,

    Are these lawyers on retainer representing the government? I hope that they are representing us to sue the government. Who are these lawyers? Have they sued ? Are there any challenges or court file numbers? Your answers are with all due respect a bit vague. Would you be willing to have a Zoom meeting with myself and my email contacts? Or would you prefer to be interviewed by Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson? This would be a very important discussion to have

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  18. Hi Brain, the recent news for our Federal Health Minister that the provinces are considering mandatory vaccination has motivated me speak up to try and stop this craziness. As a former Premier I figured you would be able to advise on the best ways to politically push back on this. Thoughts that come to mind are writing a letter’s to my Provincial and Federal representatives as well as my Premier. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Thanks Todd

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      • Liberal judges are paid off/coerced by Trudeau’s gang. Here’s a novel idea; target the individuals in fraud/bribery charges (judges) and have the international courts examine their finances. This could do well against higher-ups in the RCMP too if they’re complicit.

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  19. Brain, its comforting to know that we have a Canadian leader with wisdom, intelligence, as well as honesty and integrity. I’d like you to listen to this, it may explain what is currently happening in the world but the way the world is operating who knows. I’d love to hear your opinion. Thank you! Shirley https://www.bitchute.com/video/MTimTN0koXoZ/

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  20. Hello,

    I am trying to see if my interpretation of this is correct. I only have real estate and business law basic knowledge through licensing nothing this in depth. I need help interpreting what it is saying.

    Constitution Act, 1867
    (quotations are the sections current wording within the Act in question and *** are my comments and questions*** all others are relating to the amendments that are in a Bill I am looking at – BILL S-226 presented to parliament)

    1 Section 34 of the Constitution Act, 1867 is replaced by the following:

    ***Sections 17 thru 57 pertain directly with IV. Legislative Powers. Am I wrong to think these changes should not be made to the constitution without full Canadian approval and that these directly relate to the amount of power the government has to step in?***

    “34. The Governor General may from Time to Time, by Instrument under the Great Seal
    of Canada, appoint a Senator to be Speaker of the Senate, and may remove him and
    appoint another in his Stead.(19)”

    ***Is this is to ensure neither parties agendas are being represented? Put in in hopes that the a Speaker of the Senate would be for the people not a party which is why the Governor General has the powers to remove if necessary. Below they want to remove and replace this safe guard.***

    Election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Senate
    Start of inserted block
    34. (1) The Senate, on its first assembling after a General Election, shall proceed with all practicable speed to elect, by secret ballot, one senator to be Speaker and another to be Deputy Speaker.

    Vacancy in office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker
    Start of inserted block
    (2) If a vacancy occurs in the office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker by death, resignation or otherwise, the Senate shall proceed with all practicable speed to elect another senator to be Speaker or Deputy Speaker, as the case may be.

    ***Seems to me we do not want Senators to have the power to decide who has the deciding a locked vote. It should remain in the Governor General’s discretion as this was fail safe to ensure no party would be represented because of a majority party’s affiliations. Honestly the Senate should be elected by the public and not be left in the hands of the Government secret agendas. Take for instance, The Honourable Michael J. Moldaver will be stepping down Sept. 1/22. Mandatory age for retirement is 75 and he is retiring just a few months early. If the government chooses who is on the Senate you can be sure that it will be a liberal minded affiliate or member. The Liberals with NDP have a majority of the votes in Ottawa and therefore decide who is appointed. NDP is not it’s own party anymore but are directed by the Liberal agenda. So to have a majority government have the deciding vote is ludicrous just on the principle that they would always win. THIS WAS INSTALLED AS A SAFE GUARD FOR THE CANADIAN PEOPLE TO NOT ALLOW ELECTED GOVERNMENTS TOO MUCH POWER AND GIVING GOVERNOR GENERAL ABILITY TO ACT IF NEEDED TO ENSURE APPOINTED IS WORKING FOR THE PEOPLE NOT THE GOVERNMENT. This is removing the Governor Generals power one step at a time. ***

    2 Section 36 of the Act is replaced by the following:

    “36. Questions arising in the Senate shall be decided by a Majority of Voices, and the
    Speaker shall in all Cases have a Vote, and when the Voices are equal the Decision shall
    be deemed to be in the Negative”

    ***This means the Speaker votes always and when no majority is reached on a decision the question is in essence rejected?***

    Voting in Senate
    36. Questions arising in the Senate shall be decided by a majority of voices Insertion start other than that of the senator presiding Insertion end , and when the voices are equal Insertion start , but not otherwise, the senator presiding shall have a vote Insertion end.

    ***My understanding is the Senate is set up that all representatives are of equal number so it is possible for the Senate to come to stalemate. This change in essence removes that fail safe completely as they could not reach a stalemate with odd numbers so it is essentially removing vote of one Senator from whatever jurisdiction the represent. This makes it so it is impossible for the Senate to be evenly divided on any decision and the Governor General has no reason to assign a Speaker, the Government would now retain that power that the Governor alone holds. Governor General is a fail safe to overreaching powers of Elected Government and because the Senator’s voting rights are removed and causes the Senate to be oddly numbered and therefore cannot come to a stalemate at all which was the original intent. A safe guard was to ensure that 2 votes extra would be needed to have a majority. Is this a proper way of looking at this?***

    Parliament of Canada Act
    3 The heading before section 17 and sections 17 to 19 of the Parliament of Canada Act are replaced by the following:
    Start of inserted block
    “Offering prohibited compensation
    (3) Every person who gives, offers or promises to any member of the Senate any compensation for services described in subsection (1), rendered or to be rendered, is guilty of an indictable offense and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year and to a fine of not less than five hundred dollars and not more than two thousand dollars.
    • R.S., c. S-8, s. 23”
    ***They are removing the above quotation of Parliament of Canada Act completely which removes penalties for bribes given to members of the Senate if I am right. Seem devious?***
    Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Senate

    “Deputy Speaker
    Marginal note:Speaker leaving the chair
    17 Whenever the Speaker of the Senate, from illness or other cause, finds it necessary to leave the chair during any part of the sittings of the Senate on any day, the Speaker may call on any senator to take the chair and preside as Speaker during the remainder of that day unless the Speaker resumes the chair before the close of the sittings for that day.
    • R.S., c. S-14, s. 2”

    Speaker leaving the chair
    17  Insertion start If Insertion end the Speaker of the Senate finds it necessary to leave the chair during any part of Insertion start a sitting Insertion end of the Senate on any day, the Speaker may call on Insertion start the Deputy Speaker Insertion end to take the chair and preside as Speaker during the remainder of that day unless the Speaker resumes the chair before the close of the Insertion start sitting Insertion end for that day.

    ***Why is “whenever” changed to “if”? Changing “sittings” to “a sitting” makes it so the Speaker cannot resume the chair for the remainder of the day if that one sitting they left from is closed before he returns. That means the remainder of the day is with Deputy Speaker, as Speaker, even if is able to resume. That means that if they prefer the Deputy Speaker’s opinion more than they can wait to present when he is in that position. Technically if the Speaker needs to use the washroom and Deputy takes over temporarily, if that sitting is closed before returning, he is removed as Speaker for the remaining Sittings of the day. To me that does not sound like we want to happen, kind of removing Speaker by Default. Other note is that the Deputy Speaker is only appointed by the Elected Government so has affiliation with the Elected Government which is why the Governor General has the power to appoint a Speaker and not the Elected Government?***

    ***As I get further into the Bill it looks like they are trying to remove the Governor General influence and implement their own and if the Governor General removes a Speaker it allows for the Deputy Speaker to take his place who is also elected by the Elected government since House of Commons is majority of one party. In Liberal case this is very good since NDP are backing them and they have majority now with the two parties So this combination of changes thus far would allow them to put a their own speaker, remove the 2 vote thresh-hold for majority, and removes a vote from a section which is guaranteed a vote. Does this sound like a possible breakdown of the Change.***

    Deputy Speaker leaving the chair
    Start of inserted block
    17.‍1 If the Deputy Speaker finds it necessary to leave the chair during any part of a sitting on that day, the Deputy Speaker may call on any senator to take the chair and preside as Speaker during the remainder of that day unless the Speaker or Deputy Speaker resumes the chair before the close of the sitting for that day.
    End of inserted block

    ***same as above Elected Government directing who is in***

    Unavoidable absence

    “18 Whenever the Senate is informed of the unavoidable absence of the Speaker thereof by the Clerk at the table, the Senate may choose any senator to preside as Speaker during such absence and that senator thereupon has and shall execute all the powers, privileges and duties of Speaker until the Speaker resumes the chair or another Speaker is appointed by the Governor General.
    • R.S., c. S-14, s. 3”

    18 Whenever the Senate is informed of the unavoidable absence of Insertion start both Insertion end the Speaker Insertion start and the Deputy Speaker Insertion end by the Clerk at the table, the Senate may choose any senator to preside as Speaker during Insertion start their Insertion end absence Insertion start , Insertion end and that senator has and shall execute all the powers, privileges and duties of Speaker until the Speaker Insertion start or the Deputy Speaker Insertion end resumes the chair.

    “Validity of acts
    19 Every act done by any senator acting pursuant to section 17 or 18 has the same effect and validity as if the act had been done by the Speaker.
    • R.S., c. S-14, s. 4”

    Validity of acts
    19 Every act done by Insertion start the Deputy Speaker or Insertion end any senator acting under section Insertion start 17.‍1 Insertion end or 18 has the same effect and validity as if the act had been done by the Speaker.

    ***All of it seems directed at slowly removing Governor General powers and ensuring it stays in the hands of the Electoral Government…They are not suppose to be all powerful. The Speaker being governed under the Governor General is a safe guard for the Canadian people to ensure the Senate is not directly influenced by the Elected Government? This takes away the right of the Governor General to respond to an appeal regarding to the Speaker of the Senate and other’s who are temporarily put in place. Removing GG’s ability to override the Elected Governments appointed Speaker of the Senate.***

    ***The worst part is as I am looking into this bill I am seeing other areas suppose to safe guard against conflicts of interest taking senator right to vote on issues of personal gain and penalties for such are removed in 2004, specifically Section 14 & 15. They have been systematically removing our Constitutional safe guards for the last 20 years, probably longer.”

    4 Paragraph 62.‍1(1)‍(b) of the Act is replaced by the following: *** Salaries if the Senate***

    “(b) the member of the Senate occupying the recognized position of Speaker pro tempore of the Senate, $20,600;”

    (b) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Insertion start Deputy Insertion end Speaker of the Senate, $20,600;

    ***Basically giving money for Temporary Speaker to the Deputy Speaker. What happened to paying the temporary Speaker when Deputy missing too?”

    ***This is a section of another bill that I was just looking into also***
    STATUTES OF CANADA 2019 LOIS DU CANADA (2019)
    CHAPTER 25
    An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the
    Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts
    and to make consequential amendments to
    other Acts

    ASSENTED TO
    JUNE 21, 2019
    BILL C-7
    1. (d) remove the requirement for the Attorney General to determine whether to seek an adult sentence in certain circumstances; and

    ***Does this lead to the judgement of being left to the individual judges discretion?***

    Thank you for your assistance,

    P.S. if not a problem I know I will have more questions that may be very involved around some of the Bills in legislature at the moment as many are changing freedoms regarding speech and symbols in the Criminal Code punishable by imprisonment and other forms of expression spread over several bills. Setting laws for misinformation and internet regulations. Its getting scary at the things the government is trying to do. They have at least 132 Bills going through. Even on lowering the voting age to 16 – not responsible enough to drive or drink and still learning law in high school but should be able to vote…of course I know that is because teens tend to be more liberal minded but I am going to be an advocate for high school students to see the big picture. A lot seem to be allowing the Elected Government more powers than the constitution allows them and also removing ability of Governor General to be called upon to mitigate some of his duties, essentially changing some duties from Governor to Elected Government. If I am asking too much I understand but appreciate your opinion if I am deciphering the information correctly so far to know if I am understanding the underlying implications. I am just starting look in C-11 which has changes to more than half a dozen acts and is 66 pages long. I just need to know if on right track. Thank you again 🙂

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  21. Jordan Peterson did a great disservice in “educating” some of his audience by interviewing Frederick Kagan, a highly biased American with ties to the current Biden regime (his brother and Victoria Nuland – bio weapon labs) and I and many others repeatedly asked via his youtube channel to interview someone else for the real back story of what’s going on in Ukraine. I had suggested Professor John Mearsheimer, somebody that others have interviewed like this one here: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/03/vasko-kohlmayer/professor-john-mearsheimer-explains-who-is-responsible-for-the-ukraine-russian-crisis/. If you are ever speaking to Dr. Peterson, I wish he knew just how much he slanted the views for many of his audience. Thanks.

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  22. Dear Mr. Peckford, joined from Germany today after I heard your interview with Reiner Fuellmich. Looking forward to read your posts, just started.
    Thanks, Melanie

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  23. Hello Mr. Peckford,
    It is so great to see you back on the scene. I followed you closely and cheerfully while you were NFLD premier. You are are hero. Thanks for taking up this fight. The future of our democracy depends on it.

    One technical question if you have time… I think you say that the intent in section 1 of the charter is critical (along with the oakes test) and that the intent of providing for times of war and such. (please correct me if I am wrong). But what about traditional cases like yelling “Fire!” in a crowded theater? Are those types of provisions germaine to the intent of section 1 as well? Or am I way off:)?

    Also, if you have time. Would you be willing to do a podcast with Bruce Pardy to hammer out the prospects for your lawsuit? He doesn’t seem very sanguine on the outcomes of charter in the context of “Living Tree” evolution of judicial interpretation. Most Canadians are totally unaware of this critical issue..

    Respectfully,
    Paul

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    • It is one on intent re Section 1 —just go down to section 4 just below Section 1 it is clear what we were thinking—and even if it did apply the demonstrably justify and free and democratic society tests have not been met.

      Of course, the lower courts have not been kind but I still hold out hope in the courts of appeal and the SCOC .

      All interpretations are suppose to be in the context of the preamble and courts have just blatantly ignored this. So I understand where Mr. Pardy is coming from but we must exhaust all pathways before we say the system is fully broken.

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  24. Hello again Mr. Peckford,

    Sorry just one more thing sir (apologies to Lieutenant Columbo).

    If you have time, would you be able to sketch out why property rights were not enshrined in The Charter.

    Good luck sir,
    Paul

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    • All such are compromises —-we began with many items and after 17 moths and a PM who left the table and tried to unilaterally patriate and with his own charter only to be rebuffed by the SCOC and then back to he table with an agreement on 7 items which saw property rights excluded .

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  25. Dear Mr. Peckford,
    Dr. Malone has written a powerful essay today on his Substack blog, very pertinent for Canada despite the differences in our rules:
    Your readers might reflect on the similarities he describes, especially the WEF & WHO capture of our politicians, locally and nationally.
    His Victory Garden essay yesterday is also very timely. We were able to get our garden planted this week between the rain and wind, so are making some progress.
    I hope the meetings in Victoria go well, we plan to join the crowd on Saturday.
    Best regards,
    Robert Thompson

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  26. I would like to thank you for coming to Powell River. What was the day of the week and exact time of the signing of Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The moment it was in action. Thank you

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