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March 11, 2013

Via Facsimile 780 422 2722

Honourable Mr. Ric McIvor,
Minister of Transportation,
425 Legislature Building
10800 97 Avenue
Edmonton, AB, Canada T5K 2B6

Dear Mr. Minister:

Reference: DriveABLE Assessment Corp. Inc. multi-million dollar, private for profit enterprise, housed in Alberta Health Services (AHS) Red Deer Health Care Centre misrepresenting themselves as if they were part of AHS and approved by Alberta Transportation.

Please advise us why this private business enterprise is housed in a tax payer funded facility?

We continue to be deeply concerned with the Simard MD and DriveABlE testing. To date we have not been provided with scientific validation criteria from the Founders of these tests and therefore must finally conclude that no ethical validation exists.

Across the province, seniors are being abused by this protocol despite being the safest drivers in the province. They have the lowest casualty rates.

Thank you.

Yours truly,

Elder Advocates of Alberta Society

Response

McIvor April 12, 2013 2

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