March 08, 2005

Gomery Inquiry LaFleur's Ballooning Bills, CPAC Online for Canadians -- US Sees Canada as Lenient on Drugs & There is Laxity in Treatment of Criminals

If you watch and listen to CPAC online, the Gomery enquiry is getting VERY interesting! There was just mention of Canada Post, schools and "educational materials", "promotion of stamp collecting" and more.

CPAC online: The Gomery Inquiry




Lafleur bills ballooned -- Logo contract price grew from $74,100 to $202,537 William Marsden, CanWest, Mar. 8, 05

MONTREAL - Invoices from advertising and promotions executive Jean Lafleur appear to have gone through a financial meat grinder before they were sent to the federal government. [. . . . ]



Search: alterations to bills, Mr. Lafleur contracted out the Via logo work, Xylo Concept Graphique, Pierre Davidson, $74,100, design and application of the logos on Via trains, billed the government, tripled to $202,537, $100 per hour, $275 an hour, $180 an hour, Via magazine, $97,250, $178,405, written on the bottom, $180,070




U.S. officials view Canada as too lenient on drugs -- Influx of marijuana across northern border feared Tom Blackwell, National Post, Mar. 8, 05

WASHINGTON - The murder of four RCMP officers in Alberta last week may or may not end up having much to do with the modest marijuana grow operation the killer maintained. But the incident has managed to generate fresh irritation and fear in the United States over the growing flood of potent Canadian pot across the border.

As if the two countries needed another irritant, the murders have only underlined concern among U.S. officials and politicians that Canada's relatively lax treatment of grow-op criminals is fuelling the influx of drugs. [. . . . ]


I read today that there were 20 full grown marijuana plants and another hundred young plants in pots so the Roszko grow-op was larger than thought. Also, if his truck was found miles away, how did he get back to his grow-op to gun down four young RCMP officers?





U.S. officials view Canada as too lenient on drugs -- Influx of marijuana across northern border feared Tom Blackwell, National Post, Mar. 8, 05

WASHINGTON - The murder of four RCMP officers in Alberta last week may or may not end up having much to do with the modest marijuana grow operation the killer maintained. But the incident has managed to generate fresh irritation and fear in the United States over the growing flood of potent Canadian pot across the border.

As if the two countries needed another irritant, the murders have only underlined concern among U.S. officials and politicians that Canada's relatively lax treatment of grow-op criminals is fuelling the influx of drugs. [. . . . ]





Wife feared for safety of daughter -- Suicide on 401: Man was $100,000 in debt, court documents show Siri Agrell, with files from Nicholas Kohler and CatherineMcDonald, National Post; with files from Global News, Mar. 8, 05

Search: Alnoor Amarsi, Shamsha, $100,000, Air Canada medical benefits

What kind of parent of either sex would do this to his daughter?

What is wrong with this whole story that no-one is mentioning?

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