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FATALITY INQUIRY – ERNA SCHLOGEL – June 21, 22, 2010

1)  An Edmonton based physician, attended at the Radway  Long Term Care Center & prescribed a neuroleptic drug  for a patient whom he did not first go to interview, assess  or see nor did he ever  go to see her. He had no record of  having prescribed the drug for Mrs. Schlogel. He prescribed the drug  on the […]

Landowners’ rage sparks review of new laws

Indeed. A series of bills passed in the last few years has  given government unprecedented powers to control private land and even “extinguish” owner’s rights without compensation. This has resulted in outrage by landowners. However to date there has been no widespread outrage at  government which has deliberately legislated the violation of  citizenship rights & Charter Rights of […]

FATALITY INQUIRY, LOUIS FONG SUE

The Alberta Provincial court launched an inquiry to investigate  the details surrounding the strangulation death of Fong Sue Louis. Mrs. Louis died in August 3, 2008 at the Beverly Centre Midnapore  AgeCare centre in Calgary, AB. The inquiry was told that her seatbelt had trapped her by the neck. Witnesses said that she was suffering from […]

AISH GROUP HOMES

UNLICENSED,  UNREGULATED, UNMONITORED Provincial authorities take no steps to ensure severely disabled  Albertans use their government support cheques to pay for safe,  clean or licensed accommodations, a government spokesman  acknowledged Wednesday. It came to light Thursday  that dozens of  people were using Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped  cheques to pay rent in five unlicensed Love and […]

DOG’S DEATH IN CAR CRASH LEADS TO ANIMAL CRUELTY CHARGES AGAINST DRIVER

An Edmonton man faces charges including cruelty to animals after a speeding vehicle hit a parked car on Jasper Ave. killing a dog inside. Conversely however, note our website, “Vehicular injury Homicide”. Three Albertans died and one was severely injured. However, no apparent charges laid, only dead silence and failure to call a Fatality Inquiry. […]

AGING POPULATION, POLICY FRAMEWORK

The November 2010,   Aging Population, Policy Framework strongly  appears to be the repeat of many such Reports. Unfortunately, as with  most of these reports, there is no emphasis on implementation. The  41 page Aging Population, Policy Framework Report provides less  than half a page to address implementation.    – 1999  Broda Report, Healthy Aging   – January 1999 […]

ADULT GUARDIANSHIP & TRUSTEESHIP ACT -Instrument of Protection or Instrument of Abuse

 The Elder Advocates of Alberta Society were present in the       Alberta Legislature, November 24/19, in order to again make a       strong objection to the  unjust, legislation that disregards        citizenship rights and violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms       Under this legislation, you are no longer safe in your own domicile.  […]

SENIORS ARE BEING TARGETED

Seniors are being targeted by those who wish to seize their money and estates. Personal Directives, Powers of Attorney and competency assessments, are designed tools used to accomplish this. Each in a moment, can strip a senior of all rights, legal rights, citizenship rights, access to their money. Frontline offenders are the Office of the […]

ELDER ABUSE BY PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT

According to Alberta Health 2005, for the 14,000 residents in care facilities, there  are 3,400 professionals and 9,500 aides. Ratios vary from region to region. This means 1 professional for 2.79 aides. 

ADULT GUARDIANSHIP & TRUSTEESHIP ACT

facilitates theft. Seniors who have been stripped of their rights under the Adult Guardianship & Trusteeship Act are not privy to their bank account statements. This allows Trustees & Power of Attorney Agents to steal the senior’s money with impunity. This is happening.

DRIVER TEST CENTERS’ FAIL RATES VARY WIDELY

About half of the drivers who take their road tests in busy Brampton fail. In sleepy  Kenora, the failure rate is lower than 20 per cent. As Ontario’s driving instructors  have long known, some examination centres fail a far higher percentage of test-takers than others. Now the company that runs driver testing for the province  has […]

DAVID CHEN, TORONTO GROCER, CHARGED WITH ASSAULT: JUSTICE GONE WILD

David Chen who made a citizen’s arrest of a known thief  was charged with  assault & forcible confinement & had to defend himself in court. Chen, a  37-year-old father-of-two who works nearly 20 hours a day making $35,000  a year, has been on trial for chasing down career thief Anthony Bennett in  May of 2009. Two of Chen’s employees also faced criminal charges […]

IHOR BRODA

Fall of 2006, the Law Society of Alberta did not suspend Mr.Broda however, placed a half million dollar mortgage on his property, # 072048 1785 signed on November 2, 2006.

Alberta long term care fees hiked 3%

The Honourable Ms. Jablonski has announced another long term care fee. Is the fee hike justified? Perhaps those in care should be asked. What is the quality of the food? Does a weiner and half a bun constitute a meal? A small, slim lady housed with alzheimer patients, continually tells us that she is hungry. […]

HUMAN RIGHTS CASUALTIES

HELEN T. In October 2008, Central placement placed Helen T. in a locked alzheimer ward. She was detained like a maximum security prisoner for 8 months, never allowed to leave not even for a cup of  coffee.   April 2009 & June 2009, reassessments were made & it was determined that she had been very wrongly placed.  However, she was not moved to […]