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Questions to ask regarding the BC Bus Pass Program Fraud

  • The first question any of these programs need to ask is, “are you a fictional person created by statute law as a class of subject known as a citizen of the Province of British Columbia?” If you are a fiction known as a citizen you do not qualify for this or any other program that only human beings, with human rights can use physically. It’s not like a fictional character can actually have any use for a bus pass!

  • Is it not true that to be eligible for the BC Bus Pass Program, the applicant must be living in a transit service area anywhere in British Columbia where BC Transit runs, to not have a hint of discrimination involved?
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  • Is it not true that limiting this program to those “Receiving Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), or the Federal Allowance, or the Allowance for the Survivor;” under international treaties is discrimination and profiling against all of the other elderly people living in British Columbia?
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  • Is it not true that “18 – 64 years of age and receiving Persons with Disability (PWD) assistance from the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation;” under international treaties is discrimination and profiling against all of the other disabled people living in British Columbia?
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  • Is it not true “60 – 64 years of age and receiving income assistance from the province of British Columbia;” under international treaties is discrimination and profiling against all the other people in this age group who are living under the poverty line in British Columbia?
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  • Is it not true “Over 65 years of age and would qualify for GIS but does not meet the Canadian 10 year residency requirement;” is the only regulation that kind of addresses international treaties requirements?
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  • Is it not true that not all people living in British Columbia are enumerated as a class of subject known as a Canadian resident, but are still entitled to equality with the others living in the Province of British Columbia?
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  • Is it not true “18 – 64 years of age, living on a First Nations reserve and receiving disability assistance from the band office; or 60 – 64 years of age, living on a First Nations reserve and receiving assistance from the band office.” under international treaties is discrimination and profiling against all other people living on first Nations reserves who are entitled to equality?
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  • Is it not true that the Province of British Columbia frontline personnel are expected to be well informed when it comes to the people of British Columbia’s human rights and to do nothing that violates them at any point in time under international treaty?
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  • Is it not true that any of the frontline personnel for the BC Bus Program and all other such programs working for the Province of British Columbia couldn’t do their jobs if they had been taught there human rights by the Province of British Columbia as is required under international law?
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  • Is it not true that everyone in British Columbia is born with imprescriptible, inalienable, human rights that the Province of British Columbia has an obligation never to violate including your frontline personnel?
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  • Is it not true that as long as people who have the same income as is allowed under any of the Province of British Columbia mentioned programs, or even less are discriminated against and disqualified by this program?
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  • Is it not true that your Bus Pass Program  Regulations are so far from respecting the equality requirements under the charter and international law of all the people living in British Columbia’s rights instead of your select few that you’ve parked “a class of subjects” in the breach between what you should be offering them what you are offering?
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