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Assault, Unlawful Detention, Alberta Hospital

HAND DELIVERED September 5, 2008 ATTENTION: Detective Pat Bruni, Criminal Investigation Section Edmonton Police Service, North Division 14203 50th Street, Edmonton, AB. T5H 0H7 Dear Detective Bruni: Alexander Doull, Alberta Hospital Edmonton Thank you for meeting with us, with Mrs Ruth Doull, and David Doull on Friday, August 29th, 2008, in order to discuss the […]

Abuse disregarded by government

Elder abuse at Autumn Lodge disregarded by government. Minister Hoffman, Sarah, I watched you in the Assembly today and I saw and heard how strong you felt about Women and their rights and that you would stand up for them. I wonder if you would take time to consider that the majority of the Seniors […]

Homeless Shelter for Elderly

COVENANT HEALTH HREATENINS FRAIL ELDERLY Hi Elder Advocates: I am writing on behalf of my parents, who are in their 80s and live in Edmonton My mom has mobility and multiple other health problems and is incontinent and my dad’s faculties are declining, he has high blood pressure and is under a crushing amount of […]

Drivable test Invades Seniors’ Privacy

For those of you that are not familiar with or who have not heard of DriveAble, please take not. Dear Editor: For those of you that are not familiar with or who have not heard of DriveABLE, please take note. DriveABLE is a private for-profit company that started with the help of your tax dollars […]

DriveABLE Assessment Centres Inc.

April 14, 2018 12:40 AM ET Software Company Overview of DriveABLE Assessment Centres Inc. Snapshot People OverviewBoard MembersCommittees DriveABLE Assessment Centres Inc. INSIDERS ON Board Members Name (Connections) Relationships Title Age Allen Dobbs 5 Relationships Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President — Other Board Members On Board Members Name (Connections) Relationships Type […]


Number of seniors driving commercial vehicles increasing. FREDERICTON — A researcher at the University of New Brunswick says the number of seniors getting into the commercial driving industry is rising. Eric Hildebrand says seniors currently represent about 14 per cent of New Brunswick’s general driving population and within the next couple of decades that’s going […]

Dr. Jean Triscott, Four Month Ordeal

Jan 18, 2016 Meeting with Jill Wright In all humility, I will offer a couple of suggestions to the Dept’ of Transportation. My suggestions arise out of a stressful four-month period of time I had regaining my driver’ license: from June 23/2015 to Oct. 27/2015: four months. I was 74 years of age. SUGGESTIONS a) […]

Knee and Hip Replacements

Albertans face longer wait times for knee and hip replacements: report. As such, he said the change is due to a combination of factors, including a Albertans needing a hip or knee replacement tended to wait at least one month longer to receive their surgeries last year, according to new national statistics that also showed […]

Dr. Vinzenzo Visconti Suspended

Dr. Vincenzo Visconti’s medical licence will be suspended indefinitely. Dr. Vincenzo Visconti’s medical licence will be suspended indefinitely on April 27, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta says invoking what it called a “last resort” section of the Health Professions Act, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta announced Friday it will […]

Bonnie Dobbs, Publishing and promoting ageism, wilful untruths and fraudulent misrepresentation

Letter to Bonnie Dobbs HAND DELIVERED January 5, 2015 Mrs. Bonnie M. Dobbs PhD, Director, MARD Centre, University of Alberta, 1704 College Plaza, 8215 112 Street, Edmonton, AB. T6G 2C8 Dear Madam: REFERENCE: Publishing and promoting ageism, wilful untruths and fraudulent misrepresentation On the “Homestretch”, CBC radio, December 5, 2014, you stated to listeners: “Starting […]

Bashir Quereshi, PDD Theft

Misspent Monies Contracted Group Homes Annual Report of the Auditor General of Alberta 2003.2004 7 Persons with developmental Disabilities Community Boards: contracting . page 106 In 2003-2004, the PDD Boards paid $342 million to provide services to adults with developmental disabilities. Although there are approximately 900 service providers, 100 service providers receive 90% of the […]

Linda Gordulic, Elder Abuse

April 3, 2018 VIA FACSIMILE – (780) 427 2002 The Honourable Mr. Brian Mason, Minister of Transportation, # 324 Legislature Building 10800 97 Avenue, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5K 2B6 Dear Mr. Minister: REFERENCE: Mismanagement, bullying, elder abuse Linda Gordulic, Reviewing Officer, Driver Fitness and Monitoring, Alberta Transportation. 780 427-8230 It has been reported to our […]

Allen Harris QC, Review Panel

TRANSCRIPTION OF MENTAL HEALTH REVIEW PANEL December 13, 2017 Mr. R Allen Harris QC, Chair, Alberta Mental Health Review Panel 302 Energy Square – 10109 106 St NW Edmonton, AB T5J 3L7 Dear Mr. Harris: REFERENCE Alberta Mental Health Review Panel scheduled for xxxxx xxxx, December 20, 2017 Xxxx x had asked me, be his […]

Seniors’ clinic shut down

“The system is failing this population.” Dr. David Duke Alberta Government shuts down Seniors Clinic in northeast Edmonton A clinic that provides specialty care to frail seniors in northeast Edmonton is losing its only two medical staff. A clinic that’s cared for thousands of seniors in northeast Edmonton will stop providing medical services on March […]

DriveABLE New Source of Revenue

“Increase Billing and Profits” “Not only do DriveABLE assessments provide healthcare professionals with risk evaluations regarding patients’ cognitive driving abilities, they also provide a NEW SOURCE OF REVENUE that was PREVIOUSLY INACCESSIBLE. As stated on DriveABlE website, reason why DriveABLE has become so successful in promoting their product not only in Canada but also in […]