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Posted on April 4, 2018| Revised on

Regarding these trespasses on rights: Jody.Wilson-Raybould@parl.gc.ca; mcu@justice.gc.ca; jag.minister@gov.bc.ca; pm@pm.gc.ca; Jody.WilsonRaybould@parl.gc.ca; AG.Minister@gov.bc.ca; justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca; premier@gov.bc.ca; david.eby.mla@leg.bc.ca; ic.media-cb-bc.ic@canada.ca; john.pecman@cb-bc.gc.ca; Navdeep.Bains@parl.gc.ca; ised.minister-ministre.isde@canada.ca

1.         As agreed, your adhesion contract offer to dismiss this matter was refused, Reason it violates the law of the land, the rule of law and unalienable human rights!
The Supreme Court of Canada’s endorsement of the Statement of Principles provides clear direction to lower courts that, in some cases, a strict application of court procedural rules against a self-represented litigant may lead to an injustice.
2.         As agreed, I do own property! I as a man have the right and freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media or email account of my choice including ic.cbcompbureau-burconcurrencebc.ic@canada.ca.
3.         As agreed, the Competition Bureau failed when given a chance to explain how some pencil-pushing bureaucrat at the Competition Bureau, has the authority under the rule of law to grant Canada Post redemption and protection for violating the charter, contract law and the rule of law and not its competition. Courts may not treat a self-represented litigant in the same way in which they treat a lawyer.
4.         As agreed, the government and its agencies have a different set of rules they get to play by compared than the rest of us “in such a competitive and innovative marketplace”.
5.         At agreed there is no a high court ruling that allows some bureaucrat, Canada Post or the Competition Bureau to operate outside the rule of law regarding this matter so you will get on with your mandate and protect my property. Void ab initio: Void from the beginning - from the first fact. Void on its face, a nullity, without force and effect.
6.         At agreed the Competition Bureaus’ claim to have the authority to allow Canada Post to violate the rule of law and private property in the performance of its mandate does not exist. Actus legis nemini facit injuriam: An act of law does injury to no man.
7.         As agreed it is time for this government to stand up and fulfil - “We have also committed to set a higher bar for openness and transparency in government. It is time to shine more light on government to ensure it remains focused on the people it serves. Government and its information should be open by default. If we want Canadians to trust their government, we need a government that trusts Canadians. It is important that we acknowledge mistakes when we make them. Canadians do not expect us to be perfect – they expect us to be honest, open, and sincere in our efforts to serve the public interest.”
8.         As agreed,  “Since 1931, Canadian citizens are not subject to laws enacted by the British Government or its representatives and are not recognized by Great Britain as British subjects.” I care not that your civil law government created its own queen. Your fictional queen like you are not my government – you are my public servants!
9.         As agreed, the Right to access to records belong to the public who shall on request, be given access to any record under the control of a government institution.
10.     As agreed, any person who makes a request has a right of access to any record in the custody or under the control of a public body, not just records containing personal information about the applicant.
11.     As agreed, the head of any public body/enumerated class of subject as in the Competition Bureau and those higher up the food chain must make every reasonable effort to assist applicants/members of the public and to respond immediately to each applicant openly, accurately and completely.
12.     As agreed, the head of a public body must respond not later than 30 days after receiving a request like this or be in breach of duty!
13.     As agreed, the statement “We have reviewed your information and determined that the matter you have raised falls more directly within the mandate of another organization”. That statement is not transparent. Which organization is that when we are talking about Canada Post having an illegal advantage over the competition?
14.     As agreed, the Competition Bureau has no authority to make a statement like this - “As we will not be pursuing this matter further!” It is a breach of trust and duty and a trespass on human rights.
15.     As agreed, there was no constructive dialogue with this Canadian.
16.     As agreed, your position made no attempt to “identifying ways to find solutions and avoid escalating conflicts unnecessarily.”!
17.     As agreed, there was no due process of law. Your government prescribed regulations makes it very clear as to how independent a law enforcement agency you really are.
18.     As agreed, the recognition and protection of the rights of the individual to life, liberty, and property being the only proper purposes of government.  - It is hereby recognized and declared that in Canada there have existed and shall continue to exist without discrimination by reason of race, national origin, colour, religion or sex, the following human rights and fundamental freedoms, namely,
(a) the right of the individual to life, liberty, security of the person and enjoyment of property, and the right not to be deprived thereof except by due process of law;
(b) the right of the individual to equality before the law and the protection of the law;
Canada Post was granted a pass by the Competition Bureau to continue violating its contracts and trespass on property and the Competition Bureau has shown no due process of the law.
19.     As agreed, everyone whose rights or freedoms are allegedly violated has the right, either in person or through legally authorized representation, to complain to the Competition Bureau. That complaint shall be promptly reviewed in a public hearing before an independent, impartial and competent judicial or other authority established by law and to obtain from such an authority a decision, in accordance with the rule of law. A ruling for providing redress, including any compensation due, where there has been a violation of that person's rights or freedoms, as well as enforcement of the eventual decision and award, all without undue delay. I was not informed of any public hearing before an independent, impartial and competent judiciary regarding this matter.
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