Wednesday, October 10, 2007
This is not his style!!! He was always good to meet people to debate the issue in hand.
Is he changing his style????
Chair's Final Report After Commissioner's Notice
Kingsclear Public Interest Investigation Report
File No.: PC- 5710-200401
After concluding the public interest investigation, I forwarded my Interim Report to the Commissioner who responded to my recommendations in his Commissioner's Notice. After considering the Commissioner's comments, I have now prepared this, my Final Report.
In May 2004, the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP (CPC) announced a public interest investigation into RCMP investigations of alleged sexual and physical assaults of residents at the New Brunswick Training School (NBTS) at Kingsclear. The investigation, which became
Rare search order used to seize documents from former Irving publisher
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 | 5:31 PM AT
Brunswick News Inc. has used a little-known legal procedure to allow the search of a home of a former newspaper publisher to try to ensure he doesn't use confidential information to start his own publication.
William Kenneth Langdon resigned as publisher of the Woodstock Bugle-Observer on Sept. 19 and has since opened the office of the Carleton Free Press, which is expected to launch its first issue in November.
In his resignation letter, which he has filed with the court, Langdon cited harassment by Brunswick News vice-president Victor Mlodecki and disillusionment with company management practices that included orders to drive Irving's competitors out of business as key factors in his decision to step away from the company where he had worked for more than a decade.
Brunswick News, which is owned by J.K. Irving, initially sought an injunction to stop Langdon from starting a new publication in Woodstock but last week withdrew that request in a Saint John court.
Now Brunswick News is asking the court to issue an order preventing Langdon from approaching Bugle customers, advertisers and employees on behalf of his new paper.
As part of the request, Irving's legal team asked Justice Peter Glennie to issue an Anton Piller order.
Remember, remember the Fifth of November!
Time to rise up my friends and countrymen. This episode is yet further evidence that the aristocracy that rules New Brunswick needs to be brought down. The Irvings are that aristocracy and they have and have always had a death grip on the innocent and hard working people of New Brunswick.
Rise up. Rise up. Time to put their evil reign to an end.
November 5th is the day.
The Irving Family and their supporters have been served notice. You have 25 days to leave New Brunswick or face the consequences of the angry proletariat with whose blood and sweat you have oiled your money making machine. The abuse ends in 25 days. Stay tuned!
October 09, 2007
This hole is in the fence that surrounds the York Street Train Station. I checked at 8:30 this evening (Monday, Oct.09, 2007) and the 2 holes have not been repaired by the owner, J.D. Irving Ltd.
These holes are large enough to walk through without even bending over. Someone has also cleanly removed the locks to 3 doors of the Station and they are wide open for anyone to enter the building.
I contacted the Fredericton Police Department tonight and told Corporal Randy Riley of the immediate safety hazard that this poises to the public, especially to children who will venture through the fence and walk into the building. I told Corporal Riley that the floor boards in the main section of the Station are visibly deteriorated and the floor would likely collapse under the weight of a child, seriously injuring the person if they fell into the basement underneath. I asked the Police if they would immediately contact the owner, J.D. Irving Ltd. The Police will patrol near the Station this evening but Corporal Riley said that they can’t contact the owner.
The Police Department told me that I would have to contact the Bylaw Enforcement Officer at the City of Fredericton.
For the record, a photographer for The Daily Gleaner and Tim Scammel (Chair, Friends of the Fredericton Railway) discovered the holes and the unlocked doors on October 9th during the Gleaner’s photo-shoot of the Station. I was surprised that none of these serious safety hazards were featured in the front-page story of the Station in today’s edition of the Gleaner.
J.D. Irving Ltd. must now be aware of this serious safety risk to children in our neighbourhood. The Gleaner’s pictures would have been forwarded to J.D. Irving Ltd. Both the York Street Train Station and The Daily Gleaner are owned by the Irving Group of companies.
If a member of the public created a safety hazard for children, you can bet the Police would put a stop to it immediately.
I will contact the Bylaw officer in the morning but the past several years does not give me any hope of any action. If the City does not force J.D. Irving Ltd. officials to close this hole in the fence tomorrow, the public will have to do it.
This is no longer just about heritage. The most important and fundamental mandate that City Officials and the Police Department have is to keep the public safe. I am appalled by their inaction.
Fredericton, New Brunswick