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Amazing Readership - Thank You

I began a series of stories about various individuals as set out in the Deloitte Forensic Audit because I found the stories as carried by the Toronto Star and its little sister, the Brampton Guardian to be intentionally biased.   83 more words

Defining Conflict of Interest

[ A pause to reflect: The Bellamy Commission]

Amazing conclusions were formed by Justice Bellamy nearly ten years ago about what happens when Municipal officials use their office to become involved in activities that are contrary to the public good that create an impression of personal gain or advantage. Think BIG,,,,really BIG

Thought for the day

I am beginning to figure things out and have determined that the jockey can not move any faster than the horse he rides. Such is also the case with engaging in anything political. 11 more words

Brampton Forensic Audit – The Devil is Really in the Details

[ Here is what the report said about John Hutton]

 

 

I do not like attending daytime city council meetings and state that from the outset. It’s not that I am disinterested in watching the goings-on as the wheels of government turn.  1,190 more words

News Flash – Forensic Audit Results, A major Belly Flop by Toronto Star

After much mudslinging and desperate attempts to define a scandal involving Brampton Mayor Fennell’s expenses, the just released 96 page forensic report prepared by chartered accounting firm, Deloittte is at huge variance to the constant “investigative” reports that regularly appeared in the Toronto Star over the past year. 893 more words

Society

Garbage Boy Now Among Canada’s highest Paid Municipal Politicians

August 1st and finally, truth about the goings on in the very troubled Brampton City Council is beginning to emerge.

Frankly, what is emerging about “certain” present members of City Council is compelling.  689 more words

October 27, 2014 – Three Months Until Municipal Elections

 

We are now three months away from Municipal Elections throughout Ontario.  In Brampton, Ontario I hold the opinion that a small minority of “edgy” individuals are about to learn a lesson. 527 more words