Monthly Archives: September 2010

Judging and Commissions:Principle in decline in Ontario over two centuries

 In past centuries, particularly in English and French jurisdictions, the monarch’s  travelling (and royally Commissioned) judge would arrive, perhaps on horse-back, and in an open space, his clerk would  announce: “Oyez! His/Her Majesty’s Judge X is  here this day in … Continue reading

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Introduction: Corrupt public spending since 1959: Ontario judicially assisted and approved

I worked for both Avro (after Lancaster experience) and later Canadair in charge of engineering application of a first Burroughs digital computer which work rendered hundreds of Canadair engineers/technicians unemployed, (but thereafter (continuing) illegally billed to the federal government, salary … Continue reading

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