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Allegations, police and media investigations, trials and convictions related to Ontario politics

Dec 29 2018 – Globe and Mail and National Post investigations — The allegations of voting fraud, related nomination or election corruption, coverup of wrong doings, police investigations with some trials or convictions in Ontario in the following media investigations … Continue reading

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Public versus Private Auto Insurance

Updated: Nov 6 2018 Posted Oct 14 2016 Kevin Yaworski – Public Advocate — Here is some info about privatizing auto insurance and some of the issues with public and private that need to be corrected. http://www.ibc.ca/…/public-versus-private-auto-insurance Comparing auto insurance … Continue reading

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Ottawa to announce rebates in provinces without carbon reduction plan- is there a hidden agenda?

Giant flames burn off waste gases as smoke and steam belch from steel mills in Hamilton, Ont., on Feb. 1, 2007. J.P. MOCZULSKI/THE CANADIAN PRESS — SHAWN MCCARTHY – GLOBAL AND MAIL ENERGY REPORTER OTTAWA PUBLISHED OCTOBER 22, 2018 UPDATED … Continue reading

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Uber halts self-driving tests in US and Canada after Arizona pedestrian death

Uber says it has suspended all of its self-driving testing including operations in Toronto following a fatal pedestrian accident involving the vehicles in the Arizona. In this undated photo provided by Uber, a Ford Fusion hybrid outfitted with radars, laser … 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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