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Good Samaritan Southgate Centre deaths

23 residents at Edmonton’s GOOD SAMARITAN SOUTHGATE CARE CENTRE have died related to the facility’s ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. The outbreak at Good Samaritan is now considered the deadliest care centre outbreak in Alberta. As of Sunday, there are 43 active cases of COVID-19 in residents, as well as 24 active cases in employees. Fifteen residents […]

Sofia Sharin Hafiz, theft thousands of dollars

Sofia Sharin Hafiz, of Edmonton,A 53-year-old health-care aide has been charged with theft after two seniors were allegedly defrauded of almost $560,000, Edmonton police said Wednesday in a news release. A 75-year-old man contacted police in December 2018 to report an alleged fraud of close to $160,000 at the hands of his health-care aide, police […]

Gross Nursing Home Negligence

>MONTREAL — Thirty-one people were found dead in less than a month at a nursing home in Montreal, at least five confirmed to have coronavirus — a powerful Canadian emblem of how nursing homes are among the places hardest hit by the pandemic. In the United States 17 bodies were recently discovered at a long-term […]

Murray Billett

October 5, 2009 Via Facsimile 780 496 8292 Mayor Stephen Mandel, Office of the Mayor, 2nd Floor City Hall, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB. T5J 2R7 Dear Mayor Mandel: REFERENCE:MURRAY BILLETT – POLICE COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE. On Monday, September 28th, 2009, @ 11:00 AM, a number of us attended at a University Hospital, Edmonton, […]

When Families Were Blocked From Long-Term Care Homes

WHAT HAPPENED WHEN FAMILIES WERE BLOCKED FROM LONG TERM CARE HOMES. When public health officials across Canada banned visitors from nursing homes in order to protect residents from COVID-19, they cut off an essential support system. They inadvertently created a feeding crisis. Family members and advocates say some residents have died from dehydration and others […]

Alberta Health Services Taking Over Long Term Care

Manoir du Lac, McLennan AB. Alberta Health Services is taking over Manoir du Lac, a continuing care facility in McLennan that has seen 37 confirmed COVID-19 cases and five deaths due to “inadequate” care standards. Manoir du Lac has 62 residents and employs 70 staff, according to AHS. As of Friday, 26 residents had tested […]

Horror at Montreal’s RESIDENCE HERRON

HORROR AT MONTREAL’S LONG TERM CARE RESIDENCE HERRON The Quebec coroner, health authorities and the police have launched investigations in the wake of the deaths of 31 residents at a Montreal seniors’ home, where the owners allegedly withheld medical files and staff left their posts amid an outbreak of the novel coronavirus. Relatives described a […]

DriveABLE’s Published Statements

TAB 7 DRIVEABLE’s PUBLISHED STATEMENTS a) “DriveABLE testing is the only assessment program of it’s kind to be able to objectively measure the patients cognitive ability to drive.” b) Predicts actual on- road performance c) It is the only cognitive assessment shown to be highly predictive of actual on road performance. d) Measures the cognitive […]

DriveABLE Assessment Centres Inc.

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DriveABLE Pre-Assessment Information

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DriveABLE Assessment

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DriveABLE Report

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Older Drivers Do Not Have a High Crash Risk

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CTV & CEO Barclay, Misrepresented Older Canadians

TAB 2 CTV & CEO Barclay, MISREPRESENTED OLDER CANADIANS. The fact that seniors are safe drivers, has now been reinforced by the powerful United States Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. On February 21st., 2014, Joan Lowry of Associated Press issued a News Release in Washington D.C. by the United States Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, […]

Age and Sex of Drivers Involved in Casualty Collisions

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