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Insurance Corporation, BC

The Insurance Corporation of B.C. says seniors (age 70 and over) cause 95 out of every 1,000 accidents in B.C. The average crash rate for drivers of all ages is 124 out of every 1,000 accidents. 26/02/17

Chaplain position removed

NDP needs to explain removal of spiritual care position Wildrose Shadow Seniors, Housing & Mental Health Minister Mark Smith and Wildrose Shadow Health Minister Tany Yao called on Health Minister Sarah Hoffman to explain the AHS decision to remove a specialized spiritual care coordinator position at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. The coordinator provided patients […]

Charter Rights violated

The Charter Rights of over half a million senior Alberta citizens are being violated by Sections 4 & 5 of the Alberta Human Rights Act in that it deprives them of their right to equal protection and equal benefits of the law without discrimination.

HUMAN RIGHTS APPLICATION

TRIAL DATE Friday, January 6, 2017 @ 10:00 AM – 1 full day. Law Courts Edmonton, Court of Queen’s Bench, Seniors (age) is not included under the Alberta Human Rights Legislation Sections 4 & 5 Therefore: An Originating Application has been filed at the Alberta Court and served upon the Office of the Attorney General […]

Drug-induced Dementia

Drug-induced Dementia is not Alzheimer’s Disease More than 50 conditions can cause or mimic the symptoms of dementia.” and “Alzheimer’s (can only be) distinguished from other dementias at autopsy.” — from a Harvard University Health Publication entitled “What’s Causing Your Memory Loss? It Isn’t Necessarily Alzheimer’s” “Medications have now emerged as a major cause of […]

Lisa Goltman, Fatality Inquiry

Fatality Inquiry – September 6, 2016 – Assault and decease, Lisa Goltman, age 22 years, Alberta Hospital Edmonton Dr. Elizabeth Brooks-Lim, Assistant Chief Medical Examiner testified to the court. Dr. Brooks-Lim testified that she believed the cause of death to be Mycarditis. Stated that it is difficult to diagnose and is not common. Dr. Anny […]

Brenda Feehan, Lawyer, Office the Public Guardian

January 31, 2014 REGISTERED MAIL Mr.XXXXXXX Manager Complaints ALBERTA LAW SOCIETY Suite 800 ?Bell Tower, 10104 103 Avenue? Edmonton, AB. T5J 0H8 Ms. Brenda Feehan, Solicitor, OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN City Centre place 13th Floor, 10025 102A Ave, Edmonton, AB. T5J 2Z2 COMPLAINT: against Brenda Feehan, Solicitor Alberta Justice Office of the Public Guardian […]

Seniors Advocate appointed

The newly appointed Seniors Advocate’s mandate is “to HELP seniors NAVIGATE the various publicly funded services available to them & PROVIDE EDUCATION on ISSUES AFFECTING SENIORS, “including matters such as elder abuse, age friendly communities, older workers and ageism.” Just as the previous appointees, this Seniors Advocate appointee is given NO POWER. She shares this […]

“On My Mother’s Behalf”

“ON MY MOTHER’S BEHALF”, a book authored by Cynthia Jonasson is a passionate, articulate call to society’s conscience concerning the care of our frail, dependent elderly. The book details the account of a family’s difficult journey through the latter years of their beloved mother. A book launch will take place at Audrey’s Books Saturday, June […]

Jeffrey Edward Stals /theft

POWER OF ATTORNEY THEFT JEFFRY EDWARD STALS, 53-year-old man allegedly defrauded his 94-year-old grandmother of hundreds of thousands of dollars Charged with theft by a PERSON holding POWER OF ATTORNEY & fraud over $5,000, the charges came after a five-month investigation by EPS Senior Protection detectives. It’s alleged that between August 2010 and August 2014, […]

No rights for seniors

ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS DOES NOT PROTECT SENIORS RIGHTS SECTION $ 4 Human rights in providing goods, services, accommodation or facilities The Alberta Human Rights Act recognizes that all people are equal in dignity, rights and responsibilities when it comes to provision of goods, services, accommodation or facilities customarily available to the public. In fact, most […]

Lisa Goltman

FATALITY INQUIRY, Edmonton Provincial Court November 23-27, 2015 9:30 a.m. Judge L. Stevens presiding GOLTMAN, Lisa Rachel, 22, Edmonton, On May 4, 2013, was found unresponsive in an isolation cell, Alberta Hospital Edmonton.

Broken Promise

RESOLUTION NOT RETRIBUTION Press Conference Wednesday November 18/15 – Old Timers Cabin @ 11:30 AM. We are launching an awareness campaign concerning the long standing issue in this province namely, the quality of long term care. Long term care in Alberta is governed by a mass of legislation & practices – including the ALBERTA HEALTH […]

Proposed Registry Act

PROPOSED LEGISLATION Registry Act A Registry shall be established by Government that requires that all restricted visiting orders  or orders to ban be registered with a Provincial Registry That when a person has been issued a restricted visiting order or a banning order by personnel of an active treatment Hospital, Nursing Home, Auxiliary Hospital, Mental Hospital or Group Home or other care facility that houses […]

Hancock Elder Abuse

Elder Advocates Of Alberta September 15, 2000 The Honourable Mr. David Hancock QC Minister of Justice and Attorney General Room # 320, Legislature Building 10800 – 97 Avenue Edmonton, AB. T5K 2B6 Dear Mr. Minister: Re: PROTECTION FOR PERSONS IN CARE ACT Please note the two page attachment which is a summarization attached of proposed […]