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Canadian Legal and Judicial Corruption

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has carried many stories warning Canadians about the American thirst for Canadian fresh water and the so-called danger of bulk water exports. Although fully informed of the insider corruption related to the WaterWarCrimes , the CBC has never carried a news story that tells Canadians the attempt by these political insiders to take control of their most plentiful resource. The CBC did broadcast a film, H20, by director Paul Gross, that portrayed the  Americans as villians in a plot to take over Canada's water resources but ignored the real and undisputable evidence that a group of ...
is administered by a common authority; in Canadian English, the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the Queen-in-Council . In both senses, the construct was established at Confederation , through the Constitution Act, 1867 , as a constitutional monarchy , wherein the Canadian Crown acts as the core, or "the most basic building block," of the kingdom's Westminster-style parliamentary democracy . The Crown is thus the foundation of the executive , legislative , and judicial branches of the Canadian government. 2 Further elements of governance are outlined in the rest of the ...
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Water War Crimes: Links Between BC Rail Corruption Case and The ...
The WaterWarCrimes are the the crimes carried out by political, legal, judicial and business insiders, in Canada, who attempted to swindle control of a bulk water export monopoly over the export of fresh water from Canada to the United States and Mexico, the subsequent viscious personal attack on the British Columbia lawyer who blew the whistle by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia because he was embarked on a course that would expose these crimes and the criminals to the light of day, and the dispicable attack upon the lady who was seen to be assisting him. This blog is dedicated to the continuing fight for justice by market research, surveys and trends
Strengthening NAFTA ties and the push towards a common security ...
As a result of the demise of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America, the NAFTA trilateral relationship has suffered. This has forced many of the SPP’s objectives to be funneled through various bilateral initiatives. Mexico’s drug war is also serving as a catalyst for more North American cooperation and integration in areas of border security, law enforcement and the military. Canada is being encouraged to further engage and commit itself alongside the U.S. in helping Mexico. Some have described the Canada-Mexico partnership as a failed opportunity with Ottawa more preoccupied with U.S. concerns. Mexican ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Grand Plan To Steal Canada's Water Resource Wealth - The ...
To understand water and bulk water exports and the issues as they relate to Canada you have to understand the big picture and the best way to do that is to take a look at North America from outer space.  Looking at a photo of North America taken from outer space, the first thing you notice is the colours.    The colours reflect patterns of rainfall and snowfall over North America are the result of weather patterns in both the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans which lift massive amounts of water into the air through evaporation and transport that water, fresh water without the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
CSR: Building the Canadian Advantage: A Corporate Social ...
As Prime Minister Harper noted in Tanzania in November 2007, the government encourages and expects Canadian companies to meet high standards of corporate social responsibility. The Prime Minister acknowledged that Canadian investment in the extractive sector abroad can result in a win-win outcome both for the economy of Canada and those of resource-rich developing countries, but that the extractive sector faces unique challenges in operating in complex situations abroad. Extractive industries (mining and oil and gas) make a major contribution to Canadian prosperity. Building on this domestic strength, Canada has also become a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Strengthening NAFTA Ties and the Push Towards a Common Security Front
As a result of the demise of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America, the NAFTA trilateral relationship has suffered. This has forced many of the SPP's objectives to be funneled through various bilateral initiatives. Mexico's drug war is also serving as a catalyst for more North American cooperation and integration in areas of border security, law enforcement and the military. Canada is being encouraged to further engage and commit itself alongside the U.S. in helping Mexico. Some have described the Canada-Mexico partnership as a failed opportunity with Ottawa more preoccupied with U.S. concerns. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A review of The Nigerian Law Students' Journal
Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution. It represents the wise choice of many alternatives. The word "Quintessence" has also been defined as a typical representation of a quality or state, or the extract of a substance containing its principle in its most ideal or concentrated form. When you look at the impressive presentation of the Maiden Edition of the Nigerian Law Students’ Journal, DE QUINTESSENCE, what will strike you is that there is indeed a possibility of perfection where attention has been paid to fine ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Judicial independence and accountability: A Canadian perspective
Canadian Judicial Council and published by Canada Communication Group-- Publish- .... Wilfrid R. Prest, Judicial Corruption in Early Modern England, 133 Past and ...... to promote the importance of an independent judiciary and legal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Concept Paper: Rule of Law Strengthening and Anti-Corruption in ...
Financing the Judicial System. Citizen Interface. Basic Legal Education. Prepared by USAID ROL + Anti Corruption Assessment Team, April 2005 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The Access to Justice Network (ACJNet) is an "electronic community that brings together people, information, and education resources on Canadian justice and legal issues." The site provides links to legal and government directories, legislative documents and offices, court decisions, and information on upcoming conferences and events relating to law and criminal justice. Alberta Department of Justice www.gov.ab.ca/home/index.cfm The official website of the Alberta Department of Justice includes information on crime prevention, statistics, programs and links, as well as full-text reports and news releases on all ...
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WikiAnswers - Crime and Criminal Law Questions including "Does the ...
Crime and Criminal Law is the place to ask and answer questions about law violations and arrests. It is not for asking how to commit a crime. Questions here will help you understand how criminal law works and what happens when and if you commit a crime. Total questions 65000 What did Scooter Libby do? Obstruction of justice Alleges that Libby intentionally deceived the grand jury about how he learned, and "disclosed to the... What happens after a mistrial? In a criminal case the city, state or government can refilethe case and have a new trial.In a civil case the judge normally will... Is a misdemeanor considered a ...
Yes or No? Are We Wasting Tax Dollars On Cannabis Prohibition ...
Yes, we totally are. If the government just taxed it and the USDA regulated it, there would be less of a stigma about it (and thus, less of a drive to use it due to its illicit nature) and less harmful additives added to it (because of the lack of regulation). People will smoke weed whether it's legal or not, and sellers are still making bucketloads of money. Meanwhile, the government spends millions of dollars trying to crack down on petty teenage weed-dealers while gang wars and drive-by shootings are occuring. We could use that money instead for improving schools, and even better, the taxes from the marijuana ...