Tag Archives: charter rights

Out of control parking enforcement in Winnipeg including firelanes and issues contesting or appealing

Feb 22 2018 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg — Using the City of Winnipeg Open Data Systems and some in person investigation we have identified serious issues with manual and automated parking enforcement including in fire lanes when improperly sign … Continue reading

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MPIC once again misleading Parliament, GoM and MB PUB

Feb 22 2018 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg **** DRAFT **** Related: In Oct 2017 we posted: Province of Manitoba, City of Winnipeg and MPIC supporting Road to Zero / Vision Zero Strategy – What this really means In Dec … Continue reading

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Update on Delay motions with Charter 11b – Seeking cases in MB

Jan 18 2018 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg Important request for all members and the general public viewing that care about charter and other legal rights as well as fair and lawful treatment on the road and in the court … Continue reading

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Interesting Ontario Traffic Court and Appeal decisions from 2009 but some if not all of these and related issues are still relevant today in at least Winnipeg

Feb 10 2017 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg – http://wp.me/p1fJaD-Tr In Ontario the police have or had been issuing speeding offenses with lower speed then they observed and when the offense contested the Crown threatened to amend the charge at … Continue reading

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​Update on R v. Grant Appeal regarding unreasonable delay with Charter 11b challenge for simple traffic matter.

Feb 4 2017 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg – http://wp.me/p1fJaD-Sn The Crown appealed Justice Harvie’s decision from May 2016 (successfull delay motion).  It was heard Feb 3rd in MBQC by Justice Vic Toews who was formerly the Federal Justice Minister.  It could have … Continue reading

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That Time I Turned a Routine Traffic Ticket into the Constitutional Trial of the Century

by  Adam J. MacLeod within Constitutional Law January 13th, 2017 —- For all those people who feel that photo enforcement tickets make a mockery out of legal due process but could not put that sentiment into words – here is … Continue reading

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Class Action against Photo Enforcement and Crown knew tickets unlawful

Dec 31 2016 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg – http://wp.me/p1fJaD-Qy Updated: Jan 7 2017 – CJOB media coverage with interviews of Todd Dube of WiseUpWinnipeg A class action lawsuit involving $50 Million in photo enforcement tickets was filed Friday in Quebec … Continue reading

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